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Exclusive: Professor Rachid Guerraoui from EPFL comments on how transactional memory influences our future

August 17th, 2017 No comments

At one of the programming forums we were pleased to be able to speak to Rachid Guerraoui (École Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, EPFL), whose research is devoted to concurrent and distributed programming, across systems ranging from multiprocessors to wide-area networks. This topic is of high interest to us, as Devexperts solutions for the financial industry widely use concurrent algorithms.

concurrent, parallel and distributed programming

The world is concurrent, parallel and distributed

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How Requirement Patterns can benefit your business

September 11th, 2015 No comments

Software companies increasingly have a variety of different projects to manage. Sometimes these projects are similar to one another, or at least they have some common functionality, sometimes however they are not. Overall, the majority of projects business analysts and development teams work on contain very similar (if not the same) portions of functionality, defined in the project scope.

Let’s not forget about high rotation of people, not only between different projects, but also between different companies. Not everyone involved will necessarily have a deep knowledge or understanding of the product functionality or even the business area the project is related to. For new-coming analysts, the problem of understanding the business area could be easily resolved by Read more…

Using HTML5 for developing mobile applications

March 6th, 2013 1 comment

I’d like to dedicate this post to Mark Zuckerberg, even though I fully realize he doesn’t care at all. But still his famous quote with regard to HTML5 being very impactful started many discussions and changed the way how a lot of people saw the mobile technology landscape at that moment.
He’s usually quoted like this:

“When I’m introspective about the last few years I think the biggest mistake that we made, as a company, is betting too much on HTML5 as opposed to native… because it just wasn’t there.”

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