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What is the Rust programming language?

Of all that that have appeared in the last decade, the Rust programming language is certainly up there as one of the most important players. Syntactically similar to C++, but with a focus on safety, the language has changed a lot since...

OpenLibra wants to be the decentralized response to Facebook’s Libra

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Facebook has made headlines since it announced Libra, the blockchain digital currency it’s planning to launch in 2020 with the Libra Association, the organization founded to oversee the project. Libra has had a wide range of reactions since it was made public,...

Report: the top programming languages of 2019

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There are dozens of different programming languages today. But which ones are the most popular for developers? This year, JetBrains released its State of Developer Ecosystem 2019 report where it details, among other things, the quota each language has on the software...

Fluendo CPO, Andoni Morales: “We want to be experts in computer vision”

This is a big moment for Fluendo. The Barcelona-based company offers multimedia solutions based on the GStreamer open-source framework, and is currently working in big projects, including the new HbbTV standard that's starting to roll out globally. Mario Montes, T3chfest organizer: "What makes me...

How Google brought the internet to remote places

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My Line is a new initiative that could change many people's lives. We live in times of the internet and Google. Google's services are part of our daily lives, and they're a complement to each of our activities. They communicates woth us, distract us, inform...

Low-code/no-code platforms: the next step in digital transformation

In the years since the term was coined by market research firm Forrester Research, low-code platforms have done nothing else but accelerate their growth. The concept wasn’t entirely new by the time it got a proper name in 2014. Its origins can be traced back...

Four new football technologies that are being implemented

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At last, the wait is over. After four long years, the World Cup is ready to roll the ball in Russia, and this time football technologies are being as protagonistic as the players themselves. 64 matches, 11 cities, 32 countries and more than 600,000 attendees....

What’s going on in Barcelona?

A few years ago, Barcelona was considered a good city for consulting companies because it was where they could provide keen solutions to their customers. These solutions were created and developed by high quality professionals within companies with short budgets. More recently, entrepreneurship in Barcelona...

Jaume Portell, Beabloo CEO: “This is the year of big projects for us”

The old, boring way of shopping has its days numbered. The store of the future is an inevitable transformation that will take place in the retail industry. That’s the message on which Beabloo, the digital signage and omnichannel solutions company, works upon. That much was...

How important is gamification in the workplace?

Gamification is the use of techniques, elements and game dynamics on non-recreational activities for the purpose of boosting motivation, as well as reinforcing behavior to solve a problems or achieve a goal. Gamification can help improve user engagement, organizational productivity, flow, crowdsourcing, employee recruitment and...

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