Computing, Google, IT Trends, Open Source, Programming languages, software development, Software Development Services

Golang: pros and cons

The Go Programming Language (Go) is an open-source programming language sponsored by Google and created by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. Go has gained popularity since it was first announced in 2009, and it’s now being used by many companies worldwide and… Continue reading Golang: pros and cons

IT Start Up

Scandinavian Startups. How to accelerate locally & internationally: STING Accelerate, Startupbootcamp, Seedcamp, Le Camping, Y Combinator, Techstars

It’s easier to start a new business with the support of experienced mentors and investment from their funds. To get assistance here start-ups can apply for time-limited programs of support from accelerators, and if win they usually get the conditions which allow creating a project that can enter the market and obtain investment. The budding… Continue reading Scandinavian Startups. How to accelerate locally & internationally: STING Accelerate, Startupbootcamp, Seedcamp, Le Camping, Y Combinator, Techstars

Android, IT Applications

Top 15 best free Android apps 2014

Android is the world's most popular mobile platform and has millions of users. The open source nature of Google's OS gives the possibility to find a lot of fantastic applications for Android. And, of course, most people try to find some useful apps which are free of charge. So you can download them, try them… Continue reading Top 15 best free Android apps 2014

Cloud

Yeah, until it rains…Or is my data safe in the cloud? ;)

When you say “cloud” somebody’s imagination draws a sky with dozens of funny-shaped airy clouds, IT folks’ mind will recall companies’ names like Microsoft, Google, Dropbox, Amazon. Indeed, cloud computing has contributed to the business world tremendously, still there is much skepticism around such kind of services, reliability and security of remote clouds. Naturally when… Continue reading Yeah, until it rains…Or is my data safe in the cloud? 😉