On today’s dojo.live recap show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 2 shows: The Evolution of Influencer Marketing with Felix LaHaye Founder & CEO @ United Esports The Edge Revolution Just Started with Tim Suchanek CTO @ Stellate #technology #culture #innovation #dojolive #livestream #videoblog
On today’s dojo.live recap show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 1 show: Automating the Enterprise Through Integration of Applications and Data #technology #culture #innovation #dojolive #livestream #videoblog
The metaverse is a digital world that allows people to interact by breaking down 2-D barriers. This new ecosystem extends beyond three-dimensional images; concepts like cryptocurrency, NFTs, Blockchain and artificial intelligence become basic functionalities within this new sphere, making it more and more complex.
If yes, then why do we use and build an automation framework/tool that asks us to write code to automate testing?
Relational databases have dominated the industry for the past few decades. They store the data in tables of rows and columns and logical connection between data entities is established by linking these tables. All Relational databases use SQL- conventional way for storing and retrieving data. MS SQL, Oracle, MySQL, Postgres etc. are some popular Relational database systems. These traditional (relational) databases have been very popular and perfect choice for storing the ‘related’ data, these fits well with modeling real-world business entities (e.g., customers, orders, products, etc.) and the business relationships that exist between them. But the principle of ‘no one
On today’s dojo.live recap show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 3 shows: Helping B2B Marketers Automate Paid Campaigns with Gil Allouche CEO & Founder @ Metadata.io Challenges of a Small Engineering Team Revolutionizing Sales with Anton Pleshivtsev VP of Engineering @ Bravado Accessibility: The Future of Tech with Read More…
With innumerable possible applications, extended reality is becoming more and more important and relevant in our lives. Undoubtedly, it is a topic that in recent years has gained much more strength and presence in multiple ways.
Have you ever heard about GraphQL? In this article we introduce you to this API standard that is increasingly being adopted across companies. We go through the basics, and see how it works behind the scenes. Thereafter, we observe how to aggregate multiple GraphQL microservices (subgraphs) into a single powerful Supergraph Gateway. Finally, we identify the main advantages and disadvantages of using GraphQL.
On today’s dojo.live recap show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 2 shows: Keeping Control: How AI and Fintech Are Putting Music Artists Back in the Driver’s Seat Peter Sinclair CEO and Founder @ beatBread The Intersection of Machine Learning and Human Conversations Surbhi Rathore CEO & Co-Founder @ Read More…
Technology that could revolutionize the roles of actors in the business
These days, when releases need to happen faster than ever, companies must adopt a smart automation strategy and engage in best practices. Automation is not a new concept, but this accelerated transformation is driven by an overwhelming demand for high-performing web and mobile apps. Most companies and teams are implementing some type of automation, but they are still struggling.
Static code analysis is a boon to the busy development team. And development teams these days aren’t simply busy; they are under pressure to deliver quality releases on time. While doing this, they still need to produce exemplary code that is compliant, which is not an easy task. Enter static code analysis, which analyzes code without running it, and finds vulnerabilities and compliance errors at the click of a button. Static code analysis, static analysis, and source code analysis are all terms used interchangeably. In this article, we’ll be referring to static code analysis by all its names
On today’s dojo.live recap show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 2 shows: Designing the Future of the Metaverse with Marcus Segal CEO @ ForeVR Games Building Trust with eCommerce Consumers with Ken Muir CEO @ BUKU Ship You can check out all the shows anytime right here: www.dojo.live/interviews/ Read More…
On today’s dojo.live recap show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 2 shows: AI in Compliance and Security with Gagan Gulati Chief Product Officer @ Behavox Resilience and the Path to Achieving the Dream with Daniel Daoura Founder and Chief Technology Officer @ Pebblebee You can check out all Read More…