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Mobile Apps Meet GDPR: How To Comply?

Jun 20, 2018

Due to continuing growth of the Internet and mobile app usage, we have reached a point at which we don’t really know who has an access to our personal data. Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation that took effect last month is changing how businesses and public sector organizations can handle customers’ personal data. The Regulation…

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Mobile App Development: Top Trends, Part 2

Jun 7, 2018

Last week, we have already published the 1st part of the article Mobile App Development: Top Trends. This part refers to the remaining five trends. AMP technology Accelerated Mobile Pages is a Google open source project with the aim to improve web pages loading times on mobile devices. You might have seen the AMP pages…

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Mobile App Development: Top Trends, Part 1

May 31, 2018

The smartphone market is booming. According to Statista, the global smartphone shipments are expected to reach 1.7 billion units in 2020. By 2021, 40 percent of the world’s population is forecasted to own a smartphone. But what trends are projected to dominate the future of mobile app development? App Streaming Apps require storage space, and…

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AI in Journalism: How Robots Assist Media Giants

May 24, 2018

AI is conquering numerous industries. Intelligent systems are becoming increasingly popular also in digital publishing business. The areas of application are ranging far and wide: from automation of editorial procedures through research to reader interaction. But how exactly AI-based systems are already implemented in daily editorial work and which specific benefits do they provide? Greater…

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Software Development Project: The 6 Sins Of Programmers

May 17, 2018

Becoming a good developer takes years of practice. However, no programmer is sinless. Even the best developer risks to fail without proper discipline. Here are the most common bad habits in software development. Anti-patterns Programming languages are too flexible, so they allow even nonsensical usage patterns. As an example, Java has an option to concentrate…

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