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

Android, IT Trends, Java, Open Source, Programming languages, software development

Is Kotlin a new Java for Android?

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?

IT Trends, Programming languages, Rust, software development

5 promising programming languages of 2017

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

CMS, Computing, Drupal, html5, PHP, Programming languages, software development, Web

What do we need to know about DRUPAL 8?

In the rapidly changing world of IT only those people win who are developing all the time: if you stop — you will lose. Besides general philosophy of life, it’s also true for CMS. Trying to keep up with the time the developers of CMS Drupal have released a new version of Drupal 8. Many… Continue reading What do we need to know about DRUPAL 8?

Google, Node.js, Programming languages, Web

Google Go vs Node.js. Which one to use?

  Go was created in 2007 at Google as an experimental project. It was designed to be a fun language and at the same time it is productive, practical, expressive and powerful. Google Go can be considered the result of a rather conservative language evolution from languages such as C and C++. Node.js is an… Continue reading Google Go vs Node.js. Which one to use?