Big Data, Cloud, FinTech, Programming languages

Smart contracts in simple terms

Definition Firstly let’s start with defining what a smart contract basically is. Wikipedia says that smart contract is a computer protocol intended to facilitate, verify, or enforce the negotiation or performance of a contract. It can help us exchange money, property, shares, or anything valuable. But what is more important it allows us to do… Continue reading Smart contracts in simple terms

.NET

The Future Of .NET Core: what to expect?

Choosing development products tied to specific platforms can be a difficult task. But just imagine that you could develop server applications that allowed running on any platform, Windows, Linux or Mac? We can find the solution. Let’s get started with .Net Core. What is .NET Core? Microsoft’s .NET Core is a cross-platform, unified, fast, lightweight,… Continue reading The Future Of .NET Core: what to expect?

Frameworks, html5, IT Applications, IT Trends, JavaScript, software development, TypeScript, Web

Vue.js – Progressive JavaScript Framework?

Vue.js is an open-source progressive JavaScript framework for building user interfaces. Really? Another one? Should we have a look at what it is best suited for in comparison to the other unmemorable JS frameworks out there? I think we should and I believe it’s on our behalf. Lots of front-end JavaScript frameworks provide you with… Continue reading Vue.js – Progressive JavaScript Framework?

DevOps

Innovate faster with DevOps

DevOps is firmly in the mainstream today and it’s one of the key trends in software development to emerge recently. The genesis of DevOps comes from an increasing need for innovation on the systems side of technology work. In 2009 there were some important presentations about the developer/operations collaboration. On one of them Patrick Debois… Continue reading Innovate faster with DevOps

Healthcare, Innovations, IT Trends, software development

Telemedicine: Present and future

Telemedicine ("medicine at a distance" from the Greek "tele" - far, far) was formed at the junction of several areas - medicine, telecommunications and information technology. This is a method of providing medical care services when distance is a critical factor. That explains why the first country to start using telemedicine was Norway with its… Continue reading Telemedicine: Present and future