Masterclass: Building Software in 2018. Mapping abstract buzzwords to the architecture of the real-world

You know what? Buzzwords don’t compile and won’t deploy any code on behalf of your team. At the same time, buzzwords are fashionable at a particular time, or in a particular context, for a reason. Buzzwords address the need to impress the audience selling sparse working solutions for one-size-fits-all general solutions when not for true silver bullets.

Date: 8 – 9 November 2018, Bucharest
Training fee: €600/participant plus VAT, only 25 seats available

To book your seats, please contact us by email ([email protected]) or phone (+40 741 103 133). Read in full

Masterclass: Building intelligent applications with A.I. technologies

“AI is the new electricity” says Andrew Ng, one of the pioneers of AI and online learning. His remark may be an overstatement, bit there’s no denying the impact AI has had, is having, and will continue to have on our lives, at both personal and professional levels.

Date: 29 – 30 October 2018, Iasi
Training fee: €330/participant plus VAT, only 25 seats available

To book your seats, please contact us by email ([email protected]) or phone (+40 741 103 133). Read in full

Masterclass: Docker Swarm: From theory to practice

Date: 20 April 2018, Timisoara
Training fee: €100/participant plus VAT, only 20 seats available

To book your seats, please contact us by email ([email protected]) or phone (+40 741 103 133).

Join us for a 6-hour full hands-on workshop on Docker Swarm: From theory to practice on Friday 20 April 2018, delivered by SourceLair co-founder and CTO, Docker Captain and Docker Certified Associate Antonis Kalipetis. Read in full

What we know we don’t know about blockchains

Originally published on the Ness Digital Engineering blog at https://www.ness.com/know-dont-know-blockchains/.

Bitcoin is already a household name. The blockchain, the data structure plus protocol that lies under Bitcoin and many other novel applications, gets mentioned in almost every list of hot technologies [1].

For every writing that extols the potential of blockchains, another pops up dismissing blockchain-based solutions as inferior [2]. Both extremes are of course “right,” such as you would expect from any projection of a complex, multidimensional issue. Read in full

AROBS at Codecamp Cluj – Vehicle Detection and Tracking using Machine Learning

The trends of 2018 are already having a strong voice among developers and technology passionate over the world.

Machine learning is a trend with a tremendous impact on how businesses rule themselves nowadays. Vehicle detection and tracking using machine learning, Adi’s presentation at Codecamp, managed to trigger curious minds present there.

Other trends such as Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies will soon impact start-ups and the market as we see them. Read in full

Meet the Partners for Codecamp in Chișinău | 2 June

Codecamp Chisinau will be back on June 2. Don’t forget to register HERE. The complete agenda will be announced soon.

In the meantime, we want to thank our partners for being with us every step of the way.

 

Softvision

Established in 1998 in Cluj-Napoca, Softvision is now a big and global outsourcing company that provides great software product development services to their clients. Softvision expanded throughout Romania in Baia Mare, Bucuresti, Iasi and Timişoara. Read in full

Meet the Partners for Codecamp in Timişoara | 21 April

Codecamp Timisoara will be back on April 21. Don’t forget to register HERE. The complete agenda will be announced soon.

In the meantime, we want to thank our partners for being with us every step of the way.

 

Softvision

Established in 1998 in Cluj-Napoca, Softvision is now a big and global outsourcing company that provides great software product development services to their clients. Softvision expanded throughout Romania in Baia Mare, Bucuresti, Iasi and Timişoara. Read in full

Is your team getting the most out of code reviews?

Originally published on the Ness Digital Engineering blog at https://www.ness.com/team-getting-code-reviews/

Most serious developer teams today have at least some form of code review discipline in place. This means that at least one person, other than the author, looks through a new code change before the change goes out to production. There is a good reason for that; code reviews, even when practiced less formally, have been found to increase the quality of a software product by reducing the number of defects. Read in full