In our previous article, we discussed what blockchain is and how it works.
What is arguably even more exciting about this new tech development, though, are the many ways blockchain will impact the way we use the web.
There are certain aspects of life online where this is already happening, and it’s not stopping anytime soon.
Here is a look inside a world after crypto and what is going to happen the moment you launch your browser.
If you’ve been on the Internet lately, you’ve probably heard about blockchain.
Some see this new technology as the beginning of a revolution, while others think it’s nothing but a great way to lose a lot of time and money.
Where does the truth lie? It’s hard to tell without knowing the future.
I sat down with Krzysztof Karolczak to shed some light on the mystery, and what I learned was enough for a two-part series of articles. This is the first of them.
From the very beginning, all startups face a critically important decision of picking the right programming language. Since this may determine the success or failure of your startup, you should choose wisely.
This article will show you why you should consider Python as the programming language of choice for your startup. We’ll also give you a few examples of startups already using Python to gain a competitive edge.
The position of a CTO comes with a number of expectations and responsibilities. There are many goals to accomplish, and one great way to do that is to attend technology conferences focused on your tech stack of choice.
The foundation of tech stack at the center of this article is Python, and here is a list of 8 must-attend Python conferences in 2018 to help you become a better CTO.
Let’s say you need a new bespoke software product for your organization. Everyone is eager to start, since the software will be needed soon, and it’s clear that it must take some time to develop. You’ve made the decision to work with a technology partner to develop the software due to a tight deadline, a light budget, and the need for software craftsmanship expertise.
In this article, I’ll present a few best practices so you can properly prepare for software outsourcing, based on my experience.
At STX Next (and your company too, I’d wager), all employees are offered a training budget to improve their skills and competences. We can spend the money on training, conferences, workshops, or books. As long as the training is in line with your position, you’re good to go.
Since the new year is in full swing and our budgets are renewed, you may be wondering about the best way to spend your training budget. That’s why I’ll be sharing my experience using my training budget in 2016 and 2017. I hope this will be an inspiration ...
Let’s be honest, when was the last time you were excited to purchase insurance? Or the last time you discussed openly with friends about your most recent coverage?
If you’re drawing a blank, I’m not surprised. Most people hate the idea of shopping for insurance. But this state of affairs may change very soon.
Data analytics, AI and machine learning are driving the emergence of insurtech.
And insurance being an antiquated industry is precisely why insurtech companies are worth your attention. The top players in the field are spurring big changes in an industry ripe for innovation.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to build a whole new company office from scratch, in an unknown city?
You may think that running a new office of an already existing company is much easier. But it comes with its own set of challenges which you have to face to succeed.
Recently I’ve had the pleasure to conduct an interview with Wojciech Lichota, Head of Service Delivery in our newly-created Gdańsk office. He shared his experience and gave me some tips outlining what pitfalls to avoid when opening a new office.
If you had to guess, would you be able to say how many mobile users are browsing the web today?
In the modern web, mobile is rising to dominance. According to gs.statcounter.com, more than 48% of devices browsing the Internet are mobile devices. Desktop users rank slightly lower, while tablets form up less than 10%.
What can we learn from these stats? Mobile users are crucial. You ignore them at your own peril.
AMP is one way to make sure mobile users' needs are met. If you want to stay competitive, you should learn about it.