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The word “Tensure” is derived from an Old English word for tension—like the tension that keeps a bridge held up, providing a structure and support to help people get to where they want to go.
We aim to be that same type of support for our team, our clients and our community and in turn, provide them with the freedom to go where they want and do what they want to do.
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You know, the type of work that you would expect a development consultancy to do? Yes, we almost certainly do that. We do a lot of things—from custom software design to cloud infrastructure and machine learning. We focus on creating technology solutions that solve your problems, giving you the freedom to spend more time on valuable work and waste less time with slow, bad, or old technology.View Services
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This program requires no prior experience in development. We think of it as a fresh start for individuals who are determined to change their career trajectory and in doing so, also change their lives.
The apprenticeship program at Tensure prepares aspiring developers for a solid career through mentorship and structured, in-depth instruction and continuing education.
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If adding tests to your code is an afterthought for most developers, creating test automation is an after-afterthought. Nevertheless, test automation is necessary once a code repo gets so large where QA can’t keep up with regular manual tests, or when you have to be absolutely certain there aren’t any critical bugs introduced with any new merge.
Test-driven development, or TDD, is the process of writing a series of tests for your code to pass before you’ve even written the code.