Enterprise systems are becoming more complex and robust, heterogeneous and solid-state. Big data volumes grow exponentially, but how ready are software developers to face such a reality? Aren't many developers today wasting their time chasing after new innovative cool frameworks instead of working on resolution of critical challenges in enterprise app development?
18 August 2017
FIND THE ANSWERS What are you looking for?
21 March 2017
Can you guess a way to a successful design of your web or mobile product? One that will help you get much bang for the buck when marketing your site or app to end users?
2 October 2015
Wearable gadgets have flown into our everyday life in the recent months and, despite many expert predictions that 2014 will not become the year of wearables, it's clear as day that wearable technology is here to stay forever. Smart fitness bracelets, smart watches and smart glasses are going mainstream gradually yet confidently, and will inevitably become commodity products soon just like smartphones and tablets.
12 September 2013
NewsCastic picks up our press release announcing app development partnership with Ski Nation, Inc.
3 March 2015
The first form of telemedicine began with African villagers who used smoked signals to warn people to stay away from their village in case of serious disease. In the early 1900s, people living in remote areas of Australia used two-way radios to request medical advice and procedures from neighboring continents.
20 December 2016
According to Google Trends, "app development cost" is one of today's most popular search terms in the United States and UK, with regional interest rates reaching 100 and 94 respectively. Since iOS and Android are indisputably the two major mobile ecosystems as of now, let's see what makes up the app development cost for each of them, and how it can actually be reduced.
10 February 2017
Python has taken over the developing space. In fact, it’s everywhere.
7 August 2017
Blockchain and Machine Learning (ML) have been making a lot of noise over the last couple of years, but not so much together.
13 June 2017
Our Chief Scientist Rob Grzywinski presents a step by step guide on how to create a data infrastructure system with the following requirements: It records sensor data (time, interval, value) One historical file (1+ year of data) Multiple updates per day (can miss days) Inserts and Updates (no deletes) It supports point-in-time queries It identifies data gaps It identifies additions and/or updates from a new feed This is an absolute must-watch for all data scientists and analysts!
9 June 2017
Last week we had the honor to welcome our new Chief Scientist Rob Grzywinski in the Intersog Kyiv office where he hosted an internal Hack'n'Tell event for our developers and demonstrated in a step-by-step way how to create a data infrastructure (you'll find the video of his presentation in our blog next week).
28 May 2017
We now live in a smart world that is increasingly driven by big data.
11 April 2017
Journalist Hanna Bandalier has interviewed a Principle Data Architect at Tesla Motors, and this is my English translation of the interview excerpt for the English speaking community.
7 April 2017
Our Big Data partner Looker that has recently received Google Cloud Global Partner Award 2016 for Solution Innovation releases a video that explains how Looker for Google’s new BigQuery Data Transfer Service allows marketers and their teams to better understand how all of their Google marketing channels work together.
3 March 2017
We're publishing our new Intersog Client interview with Eitan Weisbeker, CTO at Fido Solutions Limited.
24 February 2017
Although not immediately obvious, C++ is used in Big Data along with Java, MapReduce, Python, and Scala.
16 February 2017
We're pleased to share our partner's video showing Looker engineer Wil Gieseler take us on a journey through the virtual world of data in LookVR, a virtual reality software title for the HTC Vive built on the Looker API.
1 February 2017
Big data has had everyone talking and every industry seems to be rushing around to trying to get every aspect of their business data driven.
17 January 2017
For anyone working in the field of data science, the possibilities that are offered by virtual reality (VR) would have already come to mind a few years ago.