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
The competition in the server side programming department is getting tougher with each month, especially with the recent popularity of NodeJS. However let`s look how everything began. PHP appeared about 20 years ago, in 1995 and ever since then it has been a number one language for back-end developers and has gathered a big community… Continue reading NodeJS vs PHP: what is better?
Social networks have become an integral part of our lives and the number of users of social networks has been constantly increasing. We check news and write messages to each other instead of calling directly. Meeting new people, we immediately look for the information about them in the Internet. Social networks, with all their fame, appeared… Continue reading Social networks and social media APIs from business point of view: following Facebook, Twitter, LI, Pinterest, Google+
Today I would like to draw your attention towards Business viewpoint in comparison of SharePoint and Drupal.So let the story begin. Initially SharePoint was created as a document management system and has over time, through continuous expansion and new features, taken on some similarity to a content management system. So for today SharePoint is being positioned… Continue reading SharePoint or Drupal: What is a wiser choice?
The Web as we know it have been born and matured on computers, but as it turns out now, computers no longer have dominance in it. According to a recent report by analyst Mary Meeker, mobile devices running iOS and Android now account for 45 percent of browsing, compared to just 35 percent for Windows… Continue reading Is Mobile Internet becoming the Internet?