How are software houses created? Well, when one ambitious programmer and one rapidly growing language love each other very much…
The resulting passion can mark the beginning of a company such as ours.
In this article, we’ll summarize the history of Europe’s Python Powerhouse, and share news about our next big step in international growth.
In software development, quality comes at a cost. Having an entire team of the finest talents in the industry might be a tempting prospect, but only so long as you don’t consider the total potential cost.
This is where software development outsourcing comes into play. An increasing number of businesses these days rely on external teams to handle either entire projects or specific tasks.
Outsourcing is a viable alternative to in-house development, which comes with its unique share of pros and cons. We’re here to tell you about both development options, showcasing exactly what each has to offer.
It’s time to talk about our latest award from Clutch, the B2B service providers ranking. This time, we’ve been named one of the Top Financial Services Software Developers of 2019.
Read on to learn how we won the award (spoiler: happy fintech clients) and what it means for us (hint: we’re glad, as always).
Python and Ruby are both general-purpose, high-level languages that allow developers to write concise and readable code to achieve similar, high-quality results when it comes to building web apps.
What makes them different, however, is their approach to solving problems, and their ways of doing so have grown over the years to encompass areas beyond web development.
In this article, we will give you a brief overview of the main characteristics of Python and Ruby to help you decide which one is a better fit for your next software project.
Choosing your technology base wisely can have a big impact on the way you manage the development process of your web application.
Will you be able to hire new developers quickly if necessary? Is one technology more future-proof than another? Which popular companies use which languages? What kinds of products can you build with each technology? Which has better long-term support?
Those are all important questions. This article will answer them for you.
In the past, we discussed how Python stacks up against other technologies. Now, it’s time to compare Python to the dark horse of web development: PHP.
Blockchain is still the game-changer of the technological industry.
With the growth so dynamic, predictions and analyses go out of date in the blink of an eye, while events and conferences keep springing up. It’s never been easy to keep up with this technology, and now it’s getting increasingly harder. Still, we all want to stay informed lest we miss any opportunities.
To help you, we’ve compiled a list of 8+ must-see blockchain talks of 2019 (so far) that will shed some light on what’s been happening with blockchain this year.
TypeScript? Why would anyone want or need another “script” for frontend development, when there’s already a widely used and standardized solution in place?
Read on and you’ll find out. We’ll show you:
- why it’s worth using and how your development teams can benefit from it,
- how easy it is to boost your ongoing (even long-running!) projects with TypeScript.
For your business to perform at an optimal level, you need to take a proactive approach to in-depth monitoring and analysis of your key asset: the product you’re offering.
Based on our experience of helping clients monitor their infrastructure 24/7, we wrote this post to help you understand the importance of having reliable monitoring tools and mechanisms in place.
In our collaboration with our partners, we’ve used mainly Amazon CloudWatch and OpsGenie, so we’ll focus on these two tools. However, many of their underlying principles can be replicated with other monitoring services available on the market.
When you’re swamped with everyday work, it gets hard to keep up with industry news, be on a stakeout for emerging trends, and actively network at the same time.
Twitter is one of the best platforms to help you monitor trends and novelties. But in order to unleash its full informative potential, you first have to follow the right people.
We’ve compiled a list of 10 CTOs you must follow to fill your feed with relevant information and valuable content, diversify your network, and maybe get a laugh or two in the process.
Over the past decade, I’ve worked with founders from across the world, helping them build their MVPs (Minimum Viable Products).
Regardless of whether you create an MVP for a startup, a medium-sized company or an enterprise-level business, there are certain anti-patterns you need to steer clear of.
To help you avert easy-to-spot and avoidable mistakes that have sunk countless other businesses, I’ve prepared a list of five of the most common one to look out for, together with ways to solve them.