5 Hi-Tech Applications of Speech Recognition Technology
By Jessica Kane, professional blogger who writes about technology and other gadgets and gizmos aplenty. Following the popular releases of Apple Watch, Amazon Echo and Google Now speech recognition based products, long standing consumer resistance, on the grounds of practical usage, to speech recognition technology is beginning to be addressed, thus broadening the acceptance in […]Read More
Sofia Tech Park Opening Ceremony
by Polina, Solution Sales Specialist at Flat Rock This month the first science and technology park in Bulgaria, Sofia Tech Park, opened its gates for business. It is a result of the initiative and successful collaboration between the Bulgarian government and the EU.Read More
Can you be too agile?
by Plamena, Project Manager at Flat Rock The software community is moving from linear development processes such as Waterfall to a more incremental approach. The Agile process is now accepted as the better alternative to the traditional software development. If done properly, it can improve the quality, reduce the time to market and mitigate risks.Read More
Is There any Difference between a “Program” and an “Application“?
By Elena, Customer Support Specialist at Flat Rock Being part of the high-tech world people became familiar with words like “program” and “application”. Almost every day you could hear someone passionately recommending a new “app” that was just installed on their smartphone. We are used to the terminology and it became an essential […]Read More
Swift – the New Kid on the Block
By Plamena, Project Manager at Flat Rock A little more than an year ago Apple introduced a new programming language called Swift. Swift is a modern language that is designed to be safe, fast, powerful and interactive. It`s an alternative for Objective-C, that strives to present a much simpler and more intuitive syntax.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