Although most of our team has worked together for several years, bmc::labs is still a young company, so our portfolio is not as rich as we’d like it to be. In this article we’d like to give a brief look into our process and how we work - and with a bit of luck, we’ll convince you to help us add new items to our successful projects list.[Read More]
what we have to offer
At bmc::labs, we work on both sides of the intersection between electronics and software. We research and develop. We tailor solutions to needs, we manage, consult and support. We review, report and educate. This article provides more detailed insight into what that means, specifically, to help you decide if there is something we can do for you.[Read More]
name. vision. mission.
bmc::labs is short for Bare Metal Computing Laboratories. The separator
:: in between is a nod to namespace notation in C++ and Rust. In this
article, I explain where this name comes from and why bmc::labs exists in
the first place. In a way: its vision and mission.
doing things the right way
Our core claim at bmc::labs is that we offer: solid engineering. sustainable code. We already talked about sustainable code, but what is solid engineering? This article explains how we feel about what engineering in general and perhaps software engineering in particular should be - or in other words, what solid means in this context.[Read More]
what it means for us
Our core claim at bmc::labs is that we offer: solid engineering. sustainable code. Sustainability is a big topic right now - as it should be - but what does “sustainable” mean in this context? This article answers that question.[Read More]