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
When creating native apps for Android, you will normally use the Java programming language for your logic. The same way as Objective C for iOS, Java was written long before mobile development took place. Both languages are powerful, fully-functional and effective. But the fact is that they were not optimized for mobile. Why not to… Continue reading Is Kotlin a new Java for Android?
As The Internet of Things continues to grow, huge amount of data is going to be generated. How huge is the “huge”? Really huge. I do mean that. Physical devices across the globe are consuming and creating data to drive a continuously connected world. David Booth, CEO at BackOffice Associates believes that currently we are… Continue reading Something you should know about IoT and (really) Big Data
As computers (and sensors) get smaller, smarter and connected, our everyday objects, from clothing to lavatories to cars, get more intelligent. By so doing embedded software is essential to the operation of today’s smart devices. Embedded systems control many devices in common use today. Ninety-eight percent of all microprocessors are manufactured as components of embedded… Continue reading Embedded software development: specifics and areas of application
When we look into the current trends in programming, few cornerstones dominate in modern programming languages: • How fast they are • How smart they are • Few bugs These three features were taken into consideration while preparing this article. Let’s see what programming languages share these features and are most likely to be trending… Continue reading 5 promising programming languages of 2017