Checks and Balances – How to Cooperate with a Software House?
Customers have the right to be treated with professionalism and have all their challenges addressed in a timely manner. The problem is that it is never that simple. Miscommunication and cultural gap are among issues to deal with. How to cooperate with a software house for the best result? How to choose the right one?
EuroBLECH 2018 – After 25 Years, The Weather Has Changed
Hannover (Germany) was a witness to EuroBLECH 2018. This sheet metal event was a great occasion to see how much software development, virtual reality (AR) and robotics can impact not only factory automation but also automotive. Read our report!
Benefits in IT – The Core or The Distraction?
Benefits in IT companies - what is the nature of truly efficient ones and does it always mean the same? Are sports cards, remote work, fresh and free fruits in the kitchen always optimal choices to realize employees' potential while achieving business goals?
A Blockchain-Based Gaming Platform Going Beyond Slogans
Egretia - an HTML5 and blockchain-based project from Beijing, that solves technical issues in the HTML5-oriented video game industry. Things like multiplayer matchmaking, digital item marketplaces, data storage, advertising and crowdfunding will be straightened out and bring more possibilities for customers.
Stay Calm And Refactor The Code
Have you noticed how many updates are there in recent years? Quality of code rapidly declines and we have ourselves to blame for it. Software developers have managed to convince us, that beta testing of an already published software is something normal. Haven’t we learned anything from dramatic and tragic history? Here are some examples and a direct link between yesterday’s negligence and today’s laziness.
Bias In AI – The Need For Lighting Up The ‘Black Box’
Consumers usually don't understand how GPS, Alexa, Siri or even Shazam works. That's unfortunate. Developers don't always know how AI works. That's a problem. When AI fails, like GPS often does, people end up with their cars in the middle of a lake. When an intelligent assistant fails, people are left with racism and sexism. It’s called statistical bias and here’s everything about it, including a glimpse at the solution.