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IS THE “SMART HOME” DEAD?

IS THE “SMART HOME” DEAD?

Likely, most people who are interested in subjects within the scope of IoT have an awareness of its applications in Smart Home.

Remote Teams in an Era of Agile

Remote Teams in an Era of Agile

We are all aware that, all around the world, to deliver successful projects it is important to have required technical competency, but it is also very important to build strong relationships between the teams.

Efficient, energetic, fun: React Hackathon

Efficient, energetic, fun: React Hackathon

10th August 2018 was an exciting day for the people who attended to ICterra’s Hackathon organization. It was a success for all teams who came up with great and functional ideas. The objective was to get ourselves familiar with ReactJS and produce web applications to make work life easier.

How Software Architecture Goes to Technical Bankruptcy?

How Software Architecture Goes to Technical Bankruptcy?

Many times when you talk with software engineers about possible reuse of their product you would hear a phrase like: “I would rewrite this project if we want to reuse it.”, because they think that their system cannot be maintained for future projects.

We appreciate the beauty of blue and green

We appreciate the beauty of blue and green

Excessive consumption, especially in industrialized countries, leads to rapid decline of natural resources as well as increasing environmental pollution due to emissions and wastes. Garbage and wastes are one of the most important threats to sustainability of life on Earth.

An exciting day: ICterra Hackathon

An exciting day: ICterra Hackathon

The keyword “hackathon” comes from 1990s. It is a combination of two words; “hack” and “marathon”. In addition to that, hackathon basically means a codefest. In other words a social coding event in which interested people improve their technical backgrounds

I analyze, therefore I am !

I analyze, therefore I am !

Until a few years ago, in 2020 the world population was expected to reach 8 billion. In 2018, this prediction has almost come true. Another prediction is that the number of connected devices worldwide will reach 50 billion by 2020.

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