Technology

.NET Core: what do you know about it?

These are exciting times for Software Developers. The wide spectrum of technologies to develop applications is rising and whether it’s web, desktop, mobile, cloud, IoT or other, technology evolution is keeping up the pace. In 2016, Microsoft surprised the world with the first version of .NET Core, where the developer writes, compiles and runs C# …

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How can your company recruit effectively? Machine Learning can help.

Nowadays, technology is everywhere we look. However, in companies all over the world there are still some departments that need to boost their efficiency and effectiveness, such is the case of Human Resources, that combine recruiting and staffing, benefits, compensation, employee relations, training and payroll. Recruitment is key to IT companies like Polarising: for the …

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Think you’re an expert in Application Development?

Web vs Native vs Hybrid approach in mobile applications. There are three main paths to develop a mobile application: Web, Native and Hybrid. How can we decide which is the best approach? The answer isn’t simple, but I’ve done this exercise and will try to share my thoughts with you, going through each one in …

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Middleware has the answer to everything.

I’ve seen my fair share of projects and customers over the past 10 years working in the software Integration industry. At Polarising, the solid expertise in this area allows me to work every day with a team of Architects capable of determine the best solution to the existing challenges, discussing about all the different approaches, …

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Step up your .NET business skills.

The good thing about being a programmer right now is that there are multiple programming languages to choose from and in each iteration, there are better tools, more support for workloads and fewer annoying bugs. The bad thing about being a programmer right now is that… there are multiple programming languages to choose from, and …

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Finding the lost Business Analyst on SCRUM.

How many times have we heard there’s no place for a Business Analyst in SCRUM teams (or other Agile frameworks)? Even better: when someone asks if your company works with SCRUM the answer usually is “Yes, we do, but I’m not part of the SCRUM team!”. Fortunately for me, I’m a Business Analyst and I’m …

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