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Bug Tracking

by Carlos Resurreccion, System Administrator The only thing that is constant is change they say. So software systems likewise will require change over time due to changes in user needs, change in technology, or just because it’s not working right (i.e. buggy), among other things. The changes to the software need to be recorded or […]

Akubo at Campus Devcon: Five lessons about UI Design

Recently we attended the Campus Code DevCon, held at the University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos last February 28. Partly sponsored by Akubo, the forum aimed to boost students’ academic learning with trends in the IT industry and discussions on bug tracking, version control, and design. Among the guest speakers were two members of our team. […]

Akubo V2: New Settings Page

With the release of Akubo V2, we introduced a new layout. Now, there is a new look for the Settings page. The features are still the same, but with enhancements. This is what’s new with the Settings page: Tabs The tabs are now on the left side of the page, and the different sections under […]

Goodbye 2016, Welcome 2017

A few weeks ago, our team member (Joy) who manages our blog asked me to do a year-end review.  I don’t think we’ve done this before, but all of us go through some kind of year end reflection as we head into the new year and I thought why not share my thoughts with everyone […]

We’re looking for a: System & Network Admin Assistant

Join our team based in Bacolod City as a System and Network Admin Assistant! We need someone who: Knows computer networking basics like TCP/IP Addressing, Routing and Subnetting. Has at least 1 year experience in Windows Server and Network Management (install, configure, maintain). Is a quick-learner, has strong analytical and problem-solving skills, dedicated to accomplish goals, […]