• DeviceHive and the Dancing Light

    20 March 2013
    By Sergey Polichnoy, Senior Developer

    DeviceHive — an open platform designed to enable messaging between smart devices and client applications. It allows you to implement solutions to exchange information in a Machine-to-Machine (M2M) network. With an open cloud API (Application Programming Interface), an administrative portal, and a set of components, including protocols and libraries, you can manage devices remotely regardless of your network configuration.

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  • With five years’ experience in IT I have often found that clients misunderstand the importance of product security testing in software development. Nowadays the market offers users lots of interesting, elaborate, and useful web and mobile applications. And every day more and more stuff becomes available. But how many suppliers even seriously think about the security of their products? And how many of them have already been hacked? The consequences of such carelessness are obvious: the lawsuits, loss of customers, and potentially even closure of their business. There are lots of security standards for web applications. Some of them are just recommendations, others are absolutely necessary. Undoubtedly, all of them have one aim – to defend products from unauthorized attacks. It’s important to reduce the risks caused by application creators’ reckless practices

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  • DataArt data visualization competence centre announces completion of a prototype which allows visualizing councils’ spending in England regions and counties. Built using HTML5, Raphael, and D3.js, the application contains interactive visualizations available on all major browsers and platforms, including the Apple iPad. Also, using these technics we could visualize statistics from any independent source and form the appearance of each infographic according to the data.

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  • Every year PriceMetrix prepares a report on The State of Retail Wealth Management in which we examine multi-year results for select performance drivers of the North American retail wealth management industry.

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  • Together with DataArt’s Data visualization competence center and Healthcare practice, we have developed an interactive application that functions on several platforms including desktop and mobile browsers and allows building nomograms.

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  • SuperDerivatives has launched an impressive new product for the cash and derivatives market data space. A browser and cloud-based system delivers market data, news, chat, search and analysis to any browser, desktop or mobile. A significant development for anyone looking for a fresh and cost-effective solution for market data, which for years has been locked up by major providers.

    http://www.sdgm.com/en/NewsAndEvents/News/2012/DGX_Launch.aspx

  • As new marketplaces and business models emerge, the industry should be prepared for an entirely new wave of custom IT systems and applications.

    http://www.advancedtrading.com/high-frequency-trading/hft-demise-as-the-precursor-to-changes-i/240149078

  • Automation is for Developers

    22 February 2013
    By Eugene Efimov, QA Manager

    In my previous article I wrote about the amazing new features of Visual Studio 2012/Microsoft Test Manager 2012 and mentioned that the guys from Microsoft were going to change the world of QA by making an automation platform that can be used by non-developers (exploratory testing automation, running automated scripts from any place inside manual test run, etc.)

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  • Following a CV-related inquiry, the computer vision team at Dataart created a custom solution for detecting, capturing, and tracking visual markers from a real time video stream. What is usually called Augmented Reality and typically associated with a 3rd party ‘black box’ which does all the complicated spatial job, is now modeled and implemented from scratch by DataArt, with all the 3D mathematics created by researches and ported and implemented by developers.

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  • Healthcare Technology to Increase Innovation

    08 February 2013
    By Egor Rubanskyi, Senior Project Manager

    Now that the holidays are long over and 2013 is quickening its pace, our Healthcare team came up with some predictions for 2013. Here’s what we expect to happen in Healthcare IT industry this year.

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