It happened! Remember the previously announced NEXT BLOCK Blockchain Conference Sofia and Fabulous FTV Party? Well, if you missed your chance to visit this outstanding blockchain event, we’re publishing this post for you to consider it next time! This premier blockchain event NEXT BLOCK Conference Sofia ‘Evolution Of Money’ took place on September 14 and gathered more than 300 participants from Bulgaria and all around the world!
This spring we were happy to participate in the outstanding event of AI & Big Data Day 2018 in Lviv. Our CEO and CTO Anton Naumenko gave a speech on Machine Learning for Inventory Balancing there. Today we’re announcing the next round of this conference devoted to the latest developments in the field of artificial intelligence and big data processing! Welcome to Lviv AI & Big Data Day!
If you haven’t chance to visit the previous KIOF on April, you’re more than welcome to the third Kyiv IT Outsourcing Forum on October 20-21! Together with Lviv IT Outsourcing Forum, which has been held in Lviv since 2010, this is already a traditional conference for owners and C-Level managers of the Ukrainian IT outsourcing companies. This year it is planned that about 500 CEO, CTO, COO, CFO directors from Ukraine, Germany, Israel, and other European countries will participate in the conference.
If you’re a Python developer who wants to improve professional skills and meet new like-minded people – come and spend your Indian summer at OdessaPY Conference! Syndicode invites you to attend the second Python conference – OdessaPy Conference that will be held in Odessa on September 30th.
NodeUkraine 2018 is coming to Odessa! Syndicode would like to invite you to attend the Ukrainian Node.js conference – NodeUkraine 2018 that will be held in Odessa on September 29th. The conference goal is to organize an interesting platform for the development and communication of the most active Node.js professionals of Ukraine and other countries. Conference in Odessa will be the first one out of series of NodeUkraine events!
Recently we announced that the first monument to Satoshi Nakamoto will be made in Kyiv on the site of the monument to Lenin. And this day is very close! Get ready for the grand opening of the virtual monument to Satoshi Nakamoto in Kyiv on September 29!
Sometimes you think that there’s no time to read all of your updates and important news. The developers’ world is so dynamic that you would hardly ever reach the end of your newsfeed. But you can peck some of the most important stuff from our weekly ‘Syndicode Digest #68 – Vegan pecks’! We did all the hard work for you! For instance, you should know that Firefox 62 added support for Variable Fonts, or that Visual Studio Code released a new version this August, with Settings editor UI and Custom menu bar… Let’s move to the main part!
Today is a special day! For all of us. Well, for those who code. Programmers’ Day is celebrated on the 256th day of the year because this is the number of distinct values that can be represented with an eight-bit byte, and the highest power of two which is less than 365. To make it clear, hexadecimal 100th, or the 2^8. Complicated? As everything in the programmer’s world! Happy Programmer’s Day!
Today we’re starting our new regular screencasts series on Syndicode’s YouTube channel! As we are Ruby on Rails agency, we’d like to devote this series to Ruby lifehacks and hope you will find it useful! Prepared by Paul Leoniuk, every week this Lifehacks on Ruby with Syndicode will bring you some interesting and useful knowledge. If you will have any comments, questions or suggestions, leave your comments under the post or under the original video on our YouTube channel. Let’s start with ‘Flyweight pattern in Ruby on Rails. This is OverDRY’!
Previously we announced Mobiconf 2018 to you. Today we roll out the news that Hash Riaz from Abbey Road Red, the open innovation department at the studios will share the story of User-Driven Design based on Topline. Legendary Abbey Road Studios in the Mobiconf 2018 line up! A new mobile app created by musicians for musicians, which has been featured at Google I/O 2018!
This tutorial was published on Tristan Penman’s blog as the result of the author’s experiment on improving the performance and reducing a memory usage of a data structure he implemented using Ruby. He has been reimplementing the core functionality in C++, exposing it to Ruby via a native extension. Let’s follow Tristan and investigate the way to create Ruby Gem with native extensions!