No secret that Ukrainian software developers are recognized globally as highly competent, quality-oriented, creative and persistent IT resources that any big technology player wants to have on staff or as an auxiliary workforce. Google, Facebook. […]
Few weeks ago my colleagues and I attended Apps World North America and here’s my brief wrap-up of the key trends and challenges that were most spoken about during this fantastic event gathering over […]
Do you know what course became the most popular one at Stanford University last fall? Machine Learning! Taught by the computer scientist and Co-Founder of Coursera Andrew Ng, the class had almost 800 students in fall […]
The main Think Tank for Ukrainian techies douua.org has just published its updates on their regular IT salaries research and I believe it’s worthwhile to share them with an English speaking community. The recent […]
The “first and only” developer focused analyst firm RedMonk has recently published their ranking of programming languages as of January 2014. Let’s see how the situation has changed since January 2013 and what’re the […]
One of my long lasting dreams has recently come true – I’ve spent a great week full of impressions and intensive brainstorming at British Higher School of Arts & Design in Moscow. And here’s […]
Last week our front-end team lead Vyacheslav Potravnyy did a great presentation on SEO methods in a single-page application (SPA) at Odessa Geeks Lab, a new educational initiative by RootUaMedia. The presentation delves into […]
Just in case you haven’t heard yet – there’s good news in the world of wearable computing. Samsung has recently filed a patent for their own “sports” version of Google Glass – what some are […]
In today’s business world many people still associate IT sourcing with cost efficiency and price arbitrage. Why not do more for less? However, given the European Union (EU) is predicted to supply only 100,000 e-skilled professionals and lack 700,000 ICT jobs by 2015, sourcing may be the only workable solution for companies to carry on keeping “head above water” and stay competitive in this tough business environment. As such, sourcing may do an about-face and entirely change its focus in the months to come from providing a sole cost reduction to being a strategic long-term corporate function. Depending on your initial business goal and objective of sourcing IT solutions from external service providers, the right engagement model should be chosen from the very beginning to gain the maximum value from the relationship. Nothing generates as much debate and apprehension between you and your prospective service provider as price negotiation
Last weekend of 2013 Kyiv Euromaidan’s IT Tent (IT Namet) and Ukrainian startups community held a hackathon aiming to create innovative tools and technologies able to improve life quality and public interaction of Ukrainians. […]
We’ve just started our partnership with Innlandet Hospital Trust, one of the leading medical centers in Norway with 10 divisions spread over 41 sites in the counties of Hedmark and Oppland. In order to […]
Now when 2013 is over, let’s look into the crystal ball to get a sneak peek at what’s in store for technology in 2014. Gartner predicts proliferation of smart technology to increase software spending […]
We have a look at seven specific reasons that wearable tech might fail as well as four solid reasons why it might actually succeed. By looking at both lists carefully, it’s easy to see […]
On 11 – 13 November 2013 I had a chance to attend O’Reilly Strata Data Conference in London and would like to share my impressions with you.
Strata Data is the world’s biggest event dedicated specifically to […]
Software application development is a consistent process requiring a lot of changes and enhancements from time to time. However, not all developers manage to create applications that perfectly meet their clients’ diverse needs. According […]
As the New Year is approaching, many technology companies start publishing their industry predictions and expectations. Intersog isn’t an exception and here’s our List of Top 5 eCommerce App Trends that are likely to […]
Event management is not an easy job. Even when you are trying to manage a small event, you need to organize dozens of things and accomplish different sets of tasks. You need to get the people in one place, delegate the work to your team members, stay in touch with the clients as well as your own employees, and make sure that every single aspect of the event, right from catering to seating arrangement, has been taken care of. You need all the help you can get for tracking changes, allocating resources and solving last-minute problems that are the bane of every event manager. Using a well-designed cloud-based event management software will ensure that you can take care of all the tasks with minimal fuss. Apart from increasing information accessibility and simplifying communication, it will also help you in many other ways. Let’s see why using a cloud-based software for managing an event is a smart idea.
Want to develop a mobile game similar to Angry Birds? Buying an existing game source code and re-skinning it may save you a lot of time, efforts and money needed to be invested in […]
While developing mobile event ticketing software, most of the event management companies only think about the ways to engage attendees. How can people buy the tickets? Can ticket buyers view their seats? Can they upload images directly from the event? It is good that you are planning to give great features to the ticket buyers, but what about the other stakeholders? Does your app offer any benefits to speakers, sponsors and exhibitors?