Shinetech Europe recently attended the third DLA Piper European Technology Summit, which brings together business leaders in the European tech industry and key figures who shape the regulatory and financial landscape under one roof. The team is inspired by the insights and analysis into the growth of technology and innovation on the panel discussion and breakout sessions.
Cross platform development has become a trending topic in mobile applications over the past few years. While using a native app platform offers many benefits and great features, cross-platform development software simplifies the mobile application creation. Some of the most popular cross-development environments include Sencha, PhoneGap, Titanium and Xamarin. Which one you choose depends on your preferred programming language and the needs and goals for your app.
Migrating your shop to a different platform? Get ready for headaches.
In this blog post, I will take an in-depth look at the issues, pitfalls, and concerns that come with migrating an existing e-commerce solution to a different platform. To start, let's have a look at the selection criteria and various options from which you can choose.
In this blog post, we will discuss Design Patterns and how they can help maintain good coding structure and make it easier for developers to adjust to requirement changes. More specifically, we will take an in-depth look at Abstract Factory Pattern, which is an extension of the Factory Method Pattern. A Factory Pattern is simply a creational pattern which helps to decouple the consumers of a class from creating a new instance.
People sometimes think it is better to row the boat alone rather than have others help get the boat ashore. But when navigating a large vessel, it is important to have a captain leading and motivating a crew to work together and come to a successful end result.
Often times a team leader’s role may seem like that of a captain. The role also includes the responsibilities of a coach, a trainer, a consultant and a mentor:
In the first part of this blog series, I covered how the healthcare industry can benefit from IoT and Big Data. In this week’s post I’ll take a more in-depth look into the potential security issues associated with Big Data and what the future holds for healthcare IoT.
Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) is a match made in heaven. The vast amount of raw data that can be pulled from electronics, software, sensors, and other connected ‘things’ is tremendously valuable to both businesses and consumers. In this, the first post of a two-part blog series, I’ll cover what Big Data can do from an IoT perspective within the healthcare industry.