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Machine learning is undoubtedly one of the hottest topics in software development right now. And for good reason. Machine learning opens up a whole world of new possibilities for developers, exciting app owners and end users alike. From greater personalisation to smarter recommendations, improved search functions, intelligent assistants, and applications that can see, hear, and react – machine learning can improve an app and the experience of using it in all manner of ways.
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Access to capital? Naaah. Corporate tax rates? No biggie. Sponsored by the fintech company Stripe, a global survey of 1,000 bank and financial firm executives found that they are way more concerned with access to skilled software engineers. Some key statistics from the survey:
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Google began sending emails notifying about the coming changes in the Google Play Store policy. Starting from November 1, 2018, every app uploaded as a new application or an update of a previously launched app has to target Android Oreo (API level 26) or higher.
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Have you ever wished for a time or life-saving function of your choice existing in Sketch? Well, the good news is you are not the only one, and your desired feature probably already exists as a plugin.
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For a start, lawyers are nowhere near the top of the list of the jobs most likely to be automated in the nearest future. The popular site willrobotstakemyjob.com estimates the chance to be as low as 4%, which is notably low when compared to the chances of the same happening to other professionals.
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Why is Python good for Blockchain?

Blockchain is conceivably one of the most disruptive technologies that have recently appeared on the tech scene. You'll find Blockchain at the core of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that have enjoyed the spotlight for the last few years. But you will also find it in finance, Internet of Things applications, healthcare, and even government.
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Python has rapidly increased in popularity in recent years and is now one of the most widely used programming languages in the world. If you are considering using it for your next web development project, then you may also be aware of Python’s emerging rivalry with a younger language, Go.
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How to Be a Responsible Developer?

Great and successful developers are often responsible but not necessarily so. Responsibility means that you know yourself and your own limitations while also maintaining awareness of what the project requires. I will try to explain who exactly is a responsible developer and why it’s fortunate to have one (or more) on board.
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This post tells my story about becoming a project manager in Netguru and gives you a sort of a “recipe” how to do so.
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Within a business, many things can go wrong unexpectedly that you will have little or no control over. The more complex your business is, the more providers you probably rely on. This means that your website could go down, your communication channel might stop working, or you may experience data leak. You can’t be 100-percent ready for all possible scenarios. However, you can develop a process of mitigating the negative impact of any unexpected event that comes in your way. We’ve just tested our processes in battle.
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