We live in the age of the cloud. Year after year, the adoption of cloud-based solutions is growing. Databases, applications, storage, infrastructure, tools, platforms, or networks, are just a few among the many services and resources delivered over the cloud.
Could you imagine a world with self-driving cars or phones which can tell you out loud what the weather is going to be like tomorrow? Where software applications learn by themselves without being programmed by a human? Oh, wait this is already happening – all thanks to machine learning.
Did you know that Python currently ranks as the most popular coding language in the world?
That’s right – according to the interactive Top Programming Languages ranking run by IEEE Spectrum, Python has now outpaced Java and taken first place.
When you look around a subway station during rush hours, what do you see? Likely, a crowd of commuting people keeping themselves busy with a smartphone at hand. Actually, it’s quite possible you’ll see more people chatting or scrolling through a website or a favorite app than those who aren’t!
WordPress is one of the most popular platforms for creating and managing websites and ecommerces out there. It’s no wonder, then, that safety is a big issue. If one person were to break down your website’s security and get ahold of the data within, that could result in massive problems for you and your company.
An accurate cost estimate is the key to a successful software development project. This may sound a bit cliché – but we’re serious about this here. After all, it’s money and software we’re talking about. Let me walk you through how we approach the software cost estimation process at Asper Brothers and share some (hopefully useful) tips that have helped us nail it down.
Even the greatest ideas are worth testing before introducing them to the market. Product development is demanding both time and money-wise. The best way of assessing if it’s worth investing in your product idea is through prototyping.
User interface design tools help designers build robust prototypes and mockups fast without having to use multiple tools. While there’s a growing number of such tools available online, only a handful can compete with each other feature-wise. Let’s see how Figma and InVision, two popular UI design tools, compare.
Cloud computing is quickly gaining prevalence on the market. That’s hardly surprising – cloud infrastructures have revolutionized the way we manage our data, becoming a far more cost-effective solution for offices, even when used in hybrid solutions. While cloud computing still hasn’t exactly reached its full potential, it’s reached the point that it’s stable enough to be used reliably in many different settings, including business.