Up until relatively recently, digital transformation struggled to penetrate the real estate sector in any meaningful way.In this post we will review what are the trends in PropTech and how Python fits into PropTech startup development techstack.
In times when computer programing is becoming more and more accessible due to the growing number of coding schools, online resources and bootcamps, this question seems to go viral - which computer language should I learn first or which language should I choose for my use case. This situation is no different for Ruby and Python.
This article aims at reminding the veterans and aiding the beginners in the basics of caching (in Ruby particularly). Starting from the basic question – what is caching – we will move on to when given caching techniques should be used, where cached resources can be stored, what types of cache are available, how to approach cache invalidation, and finally, what risks are imposed.
For a while now, using traditional CMS has been the best way to go for most companies and individuals. But the flexibility of these has been limiting and they have been difficult to scale. This has led companies to embrace the idea of headless CMS and the flexibility and scalability that comes with it.
Nowadays any project must be preceded by a detailed Customer Profiling process in order to provide detailed and accurate information concerning customer’s needs and expectations. The right decision, which carries the probability of success has to be a customer-centered one, with possibly all these needs and expectations to be met.
Even a casual look at the brief Wikipedia (translated) definition proves the fallacy of such thinking: “Natural Language processing (NLP) – the interdisciplinary scientific field which joins the issues of natural intelligence and linguistics, dealing with the automatization of language analysis, understanding, translation and generating the natural language by computer.”
As old as it is, we still have the debate: what kind of database should be used for my system? The most common answer is usually: “it depends”. We know that it does depend on many different factors. Therefore I would like to cover some of them, which can help you in identifying and selecting the proper one, based on the requirements for your project.
„Our experience has taught us that if your organization hasn’t created and thoroughly tested, repeatedly, a cyber incident response plan across all business areas and personnel, as well as performed simulations of cyber attacks, you won’t do a good job of responding when it occurs for real. We see over and over that it is very difficult to make good decisions when you’re responding to a real attack in the heat of the moment.” /David Burg, Cyber Security & Privacy Leader PwC/