technical debt

New SlideShare presentation – “Technical Debt 101”

We’ve just published a new slide deck on SlideShare titled “Technical Debt 101” (click the link to view, or watch embedded below).

The slide deck was written by Intechnica Technical Director, Andy Still. Make sure you take a look at Andy’s regular blog posts, including expanded posts on Technical Debt management, over at

Andy explains why Technical Debt doesn’t have to be negative, but it does have to be carefully managed. These slides give a quick run-down of best practice to approaching Technical Debt management.

We have extensive experience in managing Technical Debt. Get in touch to talk to us about managing your Technical Debt the right way.


Content round-up: July (Technical Debt, Mobile Performance, Performance Patterns)

Catch up with all the latest Intechnica web performance-related content from this month!

Performance Patterns

Andy Still (Technical Director) posted several articles on the Performance Patterns blog, focused not just on Performance Patterns but also on Performance Anti-Patterns, plus a few quick tips & tricks for faster code.

Intechnica are hiring

We’re currently looking to fill several positions here at Intechnica, both in London and at our head office in Manchester. We’re looking for people who share our innovative approach to work; people with sound problem solving skills, a passion for technology and who can take responsibility to get things done.

Careers at Intechnica

“Technical Debt” blog series hits the web

Over the next few months, Intechnica’s Technical Director Andy Still will be posting a series of blogs exploring Technical Debt, from defining “good” and “bad” types of technical debt through to managing technical debt before it gets out of control. Part one was posted last week, with the rest of the series to follow with a new post each Friday.

“Performance Nightmares” post tops list of resources

Last week, web performance monitoring vendor New Relic posted a list of 22 top Web Performance resources on their blog. The Intechnica blog post “15 Web Performance Nightmares and the damage they caused” was at the top of the list, the contents of which is well worth reading from top to bottom.

Keep up to date with all the goings on at Intechnica: