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The Design Approach for Developing Keycode Systems

August 15, 2019

It’s taken us four installments to set enough context around just some of the operational requirements when building out a business in emerging markets. To recap: Why Distributors Use Pay-As-You-Go framed the question — how does a Pay-As-You-Go solar distribution company actually operate? How Mobile…

5 Lessons in Building A Usable Development Board

August 8, 2019

Here at Angaza, we’re used to optimizing our hardware designs to be as small, efficient, and as inexpensive as possible. We are able to add pay-as-you-go (PAYG) state monitoring and communications capability to a manufacturer’s existing printed circuit board…

How Pay-As-You-Go Product Activation Works

March 25, 2019

This is a continuing series on using keycode systems to deliver pay-as-you-go solar in off-grid energy markets. Why Distributors Use Pay-As-You-Go How Mobile Network Operators Utilize Prepaid Scratch Cards How Secure Pay-As-You-Go Keycode Systems Operate…

How Secure Pay-As-You-Go Keycode Systems Operate

February 25, 2019

This is a continuing series on using keycode systems to deliver pay-as-you-go solar in off-grid energy markets. Why Distributors Use Pay-As-You-Go How Mobile Network Operators Utilize Prepaid Scratch Cards How Secure Pay-As-You-Go…

Developing PAYG Embedded Software Modules with Unit Testing

February 11, 2019

This is the final piece of a three-part series on building reliable embedded systems. Off-Grid PAYG Solutions in Limited or No Connectivity Environment Reducing Risks in Embedded Software with Static Code Analysis…

How Mobile Network Operators Utilize Prepaid Scratch Cards

January 28, 2019

This is a continuing series on using keycode systems to deliver pay-as-you-go (PAYG) solar in off-grid energy markets. Why Distributors Use Pay-As-You-Go How Mobile Network Operators Utilize Prepaid Scratch Cards << You’re here…

Reducing Risks in Embedded Software with Static Code Analysis

January 13, 2019

This is part-two of a three-part series on building reliable embedded systems. Off-Grid PAYG Solutions in Limited or No Connectivity Environments Reducing Risks in Embedded Software with Static Code Analysis << You’re here Developing PAYG Embedded Software Modules with…

Off-Grid PAYG Solutions in Limited or No Connectivity Environments

December 26, 2018

This is part one of a three-part series on building reliable embedded systems. Off-Grid PAYG Solutions in Limited or No Connectivity Environments << You’re here Reducing Risks in Embedded Software with Static Code Analysis Developing PAYG Embedded Software Modules…

Our Hiring Process: Software Engineer Interview

December 16, 2018

We’re excited that you discovered Angaza and that its mission resonates with you. Our software engineer interview process includes four steps: resume review, phone call, software project, and on-site interview. The entire process is guided by two principles: 1) treat the candidate with compassion and empathy,…

Why Distributors Use Pay-As-You-Go

November 26, 2018

This is a continuing series on using keycode systems to deliver Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) solar in off-grid energy markets. Why Distributors Use Pay-As-You-Go << You’re here How Mobile Network Operators Utilize Prepaid Scratch Cards How…

Engineering Internship with Angaza

November 26, 2018

During summer 2017, Colby Harper participated in a software engineering internship at Angaza. This is a reflection of that summer’s experiences. Engineering Internship From day one, Colby felt like a full member of the team. “Bill Finn, a senior software developer…

Discover Angaza’s Engineering Constitution

November 13, 2018

Here at Angaza, we appreciate the craft in our engineering work. We strive to deliver life-changing products, while caring deeply about the process we use to create these products. We don’t just want to “do engineering,” but rather, we aspire to master the art…