Having decades of successful experience in custom software development, we are sharing here our expertise, outlining industry and technology trends as well as benchmarking them.
According to Wikipedia, there are almost 700 programming languages in the world and most likely you have never heard about some of them. As a custom software development company with a rich stack of technologies and 20+ years of experience, we know which one to choose for delivering the best possible solution. In this blog post, we want to highlight the top programming languages to use in 2020.
If your business is somehow related to technologies and innovations, you have probably heard of edge computing. In this blog post, we are going to give the answers to the following three questions: What is it? What benefits does it offer? What are the use cases?
In 2020, the global spendings in the IT sector will keep gaining momentum and are expected to reach $4,018 billion by the end of the year. The whole IT industry gets more and more attention and influence since all the businesses and organizations search for automatization, optimization, and other tech-based improvements. However, some of its branches will attract more time, money, and effort investments than others. We are going to discuss them in this blog post.
Guess the language: easy-to-learn, concise and has the official status “ready for Android development”? Apparently, we’re talking about Kotlin. But let’s have a more precise look on it. Is Kotlin easier than Java?
Keeping pace with the newest technologies, we disclose how they change different industries in our blog posts. This time, we will talk about the automotive sector trends: how cars and other vehicles will be used in the future.
In the last few years, the face of banking has irrevocably changed. One of the examples is the emergence of a new banks breed known as “challenger banks” — financial institutions focused on providing exclusively digital services and minimizing customer interaction with a bank.
While the company grows, it becomes more difficult to maintain and control the business processes. Here is where ERP systems come for help. ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system is a software, which allows storage and processing most of the company’s vital data within one database.
Technologies are moving full steam ahead, and the Internet of Things is no exception. According to a Gartner special report, about 25 billion of various “things” will be connected to the Internet of Things applications next year. In order to fully comprehend the power of IoT technology, it is worth to mention that except for smartphones, there was no single business in history that hit the trillion-dollar-mark as quickly as IoT does.
It’s evident that wearable technology has a promising future. Created in the way to be incorporated into clothing or worn on the body, it also promises to bring a lot of positive changes to different areas, with healthcare industry impacted at most. So what is the future of wearables in healthcare? Find it out in our blog post.
Considering the fact that more than 50% of all global online traffic comes from smartphones and tablets, the importance of a good-looking website on a mobile device is inevitable. Still, it is difficult to cover all types of mobile screen resolutions and internet formats with a single solution. Luckily, such companies as Google always put user experience first, offering such open source solutions as AMPs (Accelerated Mobile Pages).