GreenCoding: the new frontier for software development
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Sustainable software development, or GreenCoding, can help your organisation it seeks to shrink its environmental footprint. Scaled up to servers and consumer devices worldwide, every line of code has the potential to reduce energy consumption and emissions. How efficient is your code?
GreenCoding starts with three overarching principles: shutting down software when it's not being used, avoiding processing that’s carried out in real-time by default and focusing on he overall lifecycle of software: its creation, use, maintenance and disposal.
Even though a single optimisation may have a negligible impact on its own, it can make a difference when combined with many others. GreenCoding involves optimising visual content, and using zero-waste code and low-footprint resources.
Greener methodology and platform
Rapid feedback cycles and reusable ouput are the keys to greener methodology. And to optimise energy efficiency, the infrastructure that code runs on is as important as the code itself. Learn how utilisation, configuration and metrics all play a crucial role.
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With GreenCoding, software development becomes part of your sustainability programme, reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions throughout your organisation and your supply chain.
GreenCoding in numbers
Information and communications technology could account for 21% of global electricity demand by 2030
Reducing the resolution of screen images on a mobile app with 500,000 users could save 2 days
Up to 99,9%
Reduction of CO2 emissions by using best practices while training AI networks
Machine learning can reduce the need for datacentre cooling by 40%