Swift programming language– the New Kid on the Block
In 2014 Apple introduced the Swift programming language – modern, safe, powerful, and interactive. It is an alternative for Objective-C and strives to present a much simpler and more intuitive syntax. Objective-C dates back to the ’80s and, as you can imagine, comes with a little bit of baggage. It was the main reason why Apple […]Read More
Are you Open to Django, Cake and Sensu?
By Polina, Solution Sales Specialist at Flat Rock The use of open source technology to run business IT environments has doubled since 2010. According to this year’s numbers, 78% of the companies run on open source and only less than 3% don’t use open source software at all.Read More