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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How to start working with Protractor and run your first E2E test

There are countless reasons why AngularJS is so great to work with. One of them is that it was developed with the idea that testing is so important that it should be built into the framework. And one of the most popular tools to test AngularJS apps is Protractor. It was developed by a Google team [...]


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30 Jun 2016 in  Technical

How to Start Working with Selenium IDE

What is Selenium IDE?   Selenium Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is a Firefox plugin which makes the testers’ life easier. It was developed by Shinya Kasatani and became a part of Selenium family (IDE, RC, WebDriver, and Grid) in 2006. In a simple way, you can record your actions in a browser and then export them as a reusable script in [...]


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23 Jun 2016 in  Technical

Microservices like to chat – road to RabbitMQ

Motivation When dealing with microservices, one very important question is: How will you handle inter-service communication? We asked ourselves this question a few years back, and the initial answer was any developer's favorite: That depends. As bad as it may sound, it's actually pretty clear once you think about it. This article presents a case study of [...]


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02 Jun 2016 in  Technical

How we signed over 500 users, closed $250k seed round and acquired big brands as new customers during infoShare 2016 – lessons learned

InfoShare 2016 has given Neoteric a lot of opportunities but it was also a big challenge for us. For the first time, Neoteric and AmberHub have sponsored the event, which is the biggest and the most important start-up fest in CEE. We exhibited four start-ups: SkillHunt, SaaS Manager, SchematicLab, and Appoint.ly. All of them achieved [...]


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26 May 2016 in  People

Want To Develop? Share Your Knowledge!

Being a programmer forces you to grow continuously. People learn something new every day in many different ways: from articles, books, videos, courses, etc. Yet, there is one more great option to get knowledge. As you may guess by the title of this article - it’s through teaching others. Over the time of being an instructor [...]


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19 May 2016 in  People

5 myths about outsourcing IT in a start-up

Have you ever wondered why building a scalable MVP is such a challenge? Hiring top developers is hard and expensive. Building a scalable solution with state-of-the-art UX requires the skill set of 4-7 people. Can you afford such a team? Even if, is it the smartest way to spend your first investment? As it was [...]


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11 May 2016 in  Business

Make sure your website does not suck!

No matter how much time you’ve spent designing it, no matter how pretty it is, no matter how much you like it, there comes a time when you have to face it: your website sucks. It doesn’t matter how cool it was on the release day - the time has gone and whatever was great back [...]


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05 May 2016 in  Business

Do the magic with GIT

What is Git? Every programmer should know Git, but for those who don’t, I will introduce it a little bit. Let's assume you have to make some application - you have to improve it all the time and there comes a moment when you realize that you made some huge mistake which destroyed a part of your work. It would be very [...]


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21 Apr 2016 in  Technical

TypeScript – the Missing Part of JavaScript

The renascence is coming for front-end developers. A great success of Angular pushed the Google team to create another version of this framework. Huge feedback from the community made a big impact on Google’s approach to creating it. Angular 2 was written in TypeScript because of the advantages that come with the types system. It also supports ES5, ES6 [...]


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07 Apr 2016 in  Technical

Schematic Lab – Innovative Application for Electronic Circuits Design

Challenge We were approached by founders with an idea of creating a web application that will enable its users to design electric circuits. The presented product concept was convincing – there aren’t many tools for that and most of them are outdated. We needed to focus on: The ease of use in producing schematics & printed circuit boards The [...]


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31 Mar 2016 in  Business