EmDrive - Fact or fiction

Posted by Šadi El Assadi on Thursday, Dec 22, 2016

Just recently, NASA Eagleworks laboratory have published a peer reviewed paper on EmDrive – a new type of drive which doesn’t require propellant to generate thrust. Is this a game breaking technology that will change how we perceive space traveling or is it just another headline that will be forgotten before years end?

Architectures of Modern Enterprise Applications

Posted by Marko Previšić on Monday, Dec 05, 2016
Starship Enterprise (NX-01), source: Memory Alpha

An enterprise application is a kind of software that is commonly characterised by its complexity and largeness. 

Enterprise applications usually have a large number of layers and require a good up-front design to meet requirements regarding quality, scalability, performance, maintainability and many others. The requirements are rising rapidly, just like the needs of businesses to stay competitive.

Software architecture paradigms are constantly evolving to address those requirements. The following are the trends in modern enterprise application development.

WebCamp 2016, Another Take

Posted by Ivan Ačkar on Wednesday, Nov 16, 2016
source: WebCamp Zagreb 2016 official web page (screenshot)

This year again a lot of our developers and designers attended the annual WebCamp Zagreb conference. The conference was sold out the day before the opening, and unlike before the attendance was exceptional. Luckily, the organization was superb so enough coffee, tea, and even fruit, was just around the corner, while at the same time you could’ve been persuaded by the sponsors to make a (dramatic?) shift in your career at any moment. All in all, I’ve compiled a couple of opinions on some of the talks, which remained to be quite diverse in topics, but less focused on front-end web technologies; WebCamp might even rename itself some day!

WebCamp 2016

Posted by Antonio Grudiček on Monday, Nov 14, 2016
source: WebCamp Zagreb 2016 official web page (screenshot)

For the fourth year in a row, Zagreb was the host city of the WebCamp Zagreb, a technology oriented conference for developers & designers, which was held from October 28 to October 29, 2016. The conference attracted more than 800 professionals and entrepreneurs and around 30 presenters. It was organized by Frontman Zagreb, JavaScript Zagreb, Lambda Zagreb, Python Hrvatska, Ruby Zagreb, Web Designers Hrvatska, Testival and Zagreb PHP meetup and was supported by many sponsors. Besides that, two of our employees helped the organization of the conference.

User Acceptance Testing

Posted by Hrvoje Bašić on Wednesday, Oct 26, 2016
User Acceptance Testing

Every project, sooner or later, ends up with accepting delivery at customer’s premises. The sooner the better.

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