By Attila Bencze 06.06.2017

Dry

In software engineering, don’t repeat yourself (DRY) is a principle of software development, aimed at reducing repetition of information of all kinds, which is especially useful in multi-tier architectures. - Wikipedia

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By Antti Hahto 24.05.2016

In the previous article, we gave some commentary on victory over humanity and why does it matter. This time, we’ll go through some initial aspects in pattern recognition within a bit larger context. Previously, we made a statement on Homo erectus’ greatest ability in this particular area, also to partially defend special honor and make us feel a bit better.

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By Antti Hahto 10.05.2016

Historically, gaming has been the second of two big facilitators, progressing digital technology onward. The other; yeah, you already guessed it.

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By Henry Haverinen 06.12.2015

Advanced software solutions are essential for product companies who want to maintain a competitive edge. But how to apply new technology without exposing the business or customers to security risks?

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By Sami Merilä 06.05.2015

C++11 is the latest and greatest iteration of the venerable C++ language. It changes the core of the programming language in a dramatic way.

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By Jaakko Koskenkorva 08.05.2014

I visited the M2M World Conference in London to learn the latest in IoT.

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By Sami Merilä 28.03.2014

One rather unique and novel design that I have personally not seen on any other program language than C++ is called Policy Based Design.

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By Ilpo Suominen 15.02.2014

Nowadays you can get the attitude of you mobile device with just a few simple API calls and use that data for your awesome mind blowing applications. However, how does the mobile phone know its attitude? Let’s take a closer look.

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By Jaakko Koskenkorva 15.02.2014

This is a series about selecting technologies – using the right tool for the right job.

I’m a very practical man. What I most care about is the end result, which means I choose whichever tools get me there fastest while maintaining a smooth ride.

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