iOS, iPhone, Mobile

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM IOS 13?

June 2019 is a highly anticipated month not only for the fans of UEFA Champions League final or political observers of upcoming G20 Summit hosted in Japan for the very first time, but this is the time when the whole world will be watching Apple’s new product announcements with bated breath. This year we may… Continue reading WHAT TO EXPECT FROM IOS 13?

smart city, Smartcity

From Smart Technologies to Smart Cities

It's no secret that we are about to enter a phase where living smart is the baseline, and everything else just falls in the jigsaw to complement that lifestyle. Our world is shaped by how people and machines work together. And technology is there to support this process. It helps to create better cities for… Continue reading From Smart Technologies to Smart Cities

IoT, IT Trends, software development

Embedded software development: specifics and areas of application

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

Frameworks, MVC, PHP

Laravel – PHP framework of new generation

If you love beautiful code and believe that development must be enjoyable, you’ve come to the right place. Let me introduce you Laravel, a web application framework of new generation. Don’t be skeptical, because it deserves to be noticed. Laravel has become one of the most popular PHP framework. Laravel has changed the way many… Continue reading Laravel – PHP framework of new generation

Rust

Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing

If you are a techie person, you, of course, know the tradition to write a little program to print the text “Hello, world!” to the screen when learning a new language. So today I would like to say “Hello, Rust!” to relatively new system programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segmentation faults, and guarantees… Continue reading Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing