Functional Programming

Posted by Marko Previšić on Thursday, Feb 11, 2016

Although being a programming paradigm that already exists for decades and which is adored by many computer scientists, outside of the academic world, there are pretty few software engineers who care about functional programming.

So, why, one might ask, should I care about functional programming?

2015 Overview from My Perspective

Posted by Frane Miloš on Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016

Wow, 2016 is already here!

It is time to wish you all the best in new year - a lot of private joy, and business prosperity! It is also a time where one shall take a look behind and draw a bottom line of the previous year! And, after running through my 2015 calendar, I can only tell you - Wow, what an awesome year that was!

HTTP/2 - Design and Goals

Posted by Antonio Grudiček on Thursday, Jan 14, 2016
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One of the main reasons why the HTTP protocol was originally adopted and its usage grows is its simplicity. Nevertheless, the web experienced many changes in the last more than twenty years. Today, almost every device is connected to the Internet and uses HTTP as its main communication protocol.

Bringing Wireless Internet Over a Satellite

Posted by Mario Ogrizek-Tomas on Monday, Jan 04, 2016
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O3b Networks is a space Internet startup whose main goal is providing high-speed Internet to remote and inaccessible locations by satellites. Amphinicy Technologies are collaborating with O3b on one of their latest projects focused on providing internet service to cruise ships in the Caribbean.

Using Node.js as a Mock Server in Amphinicy Projects

Posted by Mauricio Vidulin on Wednesday, Dec 02, 2015

Why do we need mock REST interfaces and why are we using Node.js for that job? If you want to know the answers to those questions and find out how are we doing it, keep on reading.

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