AI in education: Can AI change the ways we teach and learn?

AI can make education more accessible and individualized, allowing instructors to provide students with a more personalized approach and encouraging learners to continue education. Thanks to personalization and recommendations, the efficiency of learning can be improved and students’ satisfaction increased.

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What do programmers hate? 10 things to avoid when working with developers

The rise of the Geek Popular culture tends to depict programmers either as antisocial geeks (such as the ones known from ''Silicon Valley'' or ''IT Crowd'' TV series) or as total nerds with pale skin, sitting in their hoodies by the glow of a monitor in a dark room. They have become the subject of myths and legends. [...]


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21 Jun 2017 in  People

7 questions to see if you’ve outsourced software development to the right team

When getting on a project with an outsourced software development company, it’s important to know that your team is committed, well-qualified to do their job, and of course - ready to move quickly and get the job done. In theory, it seems obvious; in practice - it’s not that easy to make the right choice, especially [...]


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20 Apr 2017 in  Business

How can you refactor a monolithic application into microservices?

Why should you switch to microservices? According to the NGINX App Development Survey, 68% of organizations were using or investigating microservices in 2015. In only 2 years, this number grew to 80% (LeanIX Microservices Survey 2017). Moreover, over 70% of these companies plan to intensify the usage of microservices by the end of 2017.   [...]


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30 Mar 2017 in  Business  &  Technical

Price estimate for web and mobile applications

Asking for a price estimate   When you decide to outsource the development of your application, it is important to find a company which is not just a team of coders but a reliable partner. That’s why you look for a company with a good reputation, a number of successful projects, good references and - most importantly - the one [...]


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21 Mar 2017 in  Business

Neoteric Joins Clutch – Listed Among Firms That Deliver!

Clutch, a market research firm based in Washington D.C., has provided ratings and reviews for professional service and solution providers since 2012. They evaluate a company’s strengths in a number of factors, including the firm’s ability to meet deadlines, manage a project effectively, and deliver meaningful results to their clients. We are very proud to be featured [...]


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16 Mar 2017 in  People

How to learn programming?

Programming is a field with a high pace of changes - in spite of the fact that hardware development is slowing down, programmers are outdoing each other in new ways to make their codes better, faster and simpler. As it was said by the American writer and futurist Alvin Toffler: "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be [...]


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09 Mar 2017 in  People

Things to Realize Before Growing an In-House Team of Developers

Pros, cons and alternative solutions Having a great idea for an app? 🗹 Done. Having it all thought through, preparing the business plan, setting measurable goals? 🗹 Done. Finding people to work in your startup and make your product done? 𝥷 If you are thinking about growing your in-house team, there are a few things [...]


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23 Feb 2017 in  Business

How to build a high-performance cloud-based system?

What needs to be done If you want to build an app, you probably want it to be highly scalable, fast and efficient. According to what I learned when overseeing building over 50 cloud projects at Neoteric, there will be quite a few aspects you need to take care of to make it happen:     To see how [...]


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16 Feb 2017 in  Technical

Single-page application vs. multiple-page application

Web applications are unwittingly replacing the old desktop applications. They are more convenient to use, they are easy to update, and they are not bound to one device. And even though users are gently moving from browser-based web applications into the mobile ones, the demand for complex and refined apps is already huge and is [...]


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01 Dec 2016 in  Technical

How to make software: to outsource or not to outsource?

When you start to think how to make software, you quickly discover that there is much more to do than writing a code. Once you have the idea, know the problem that it solves, plan the core features of your app and remove all the non-core features for the sake of making an MVP, you need [...]


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24 Nov 2016 in  Business