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According to GitHub data, the most innovative tech companies, such as Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, or Google, have thousands of public contributions on GitHub. Is it a factor that promotes innovation within the organisation?
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Choosing a technology for your web application is one of the most important decisions you will make for your business. If you make the right choice, it will lay the foundation for further growth. A wrong decision can cost you a pretty penny.
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10 Things about Android Oreo that You Should Know

And the day has come when Oreo is no longer only our favourite cookie.
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Progressive Web Apps is a concept in web development that focuses on making web apps fast, reliable, and engaging for all users, regardless of what device they own and how well their internet connection works. But can all businesses benefit from PWAs? What criteria should you meet before investing in this technology? Find out what 4 types of apps can benefit the most from being built as Progressive Web Apps.
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Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) make the world of web dev evolve steadily. What are they? A fast growing trend in web development that is strongly pushed by Google across the world. PWAs deliver value to users on all devices, bringing a near-native experience through web apps. I’m pretty sure they will be the next big thing after native mobile applications – a new life for web apps on mobile devices.
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76% increase in conversions, 30% speed gain,  88% performance improvement, five times lower data usage, and 23% increase in the number of mobile searches. These benefits have been enjoyed by the major players in the global digital economy, including Twitter, Washington Post, Forbes and Virgin America. How? They adopted PWAs in their applications.
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The first half of 2017 was remarkably good to a lot of U.S.-based startups – especially Q4. Some of the most active venture capital firms even doubled their investment activity over the course of six months. As a result, the American VC-backed companies have managed to raise almost $100 billion in total for further development. As usual, a large amount of money went straight to the most promising NYC startups. Which ones of them have come up as the top scorers?
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We asked ten experts from the London tech scene to share their recent experiences of events they went to. Their recommendations will help you decide in which tech events you should participate in the upcoming 2017/2018 season.
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1.7 million residents, more than 22 thousand clerks, one city and an infinite amount of public data. Hundreds of codependent interests, competing needs and ideas to satisfy them. How to select the ones that can genuinely improve lives in the metropolis?
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The New York (NYC) tech ecosystem (Silicon Alley) currently ranks no. 2 in the country only behind Silicon Valley. Silicon Alley owes its dynamic growth since the mid-2000s to NYC’s large capital reserves and the developed financial market, efficient technical infrastructure, and deep synergies with old industries (e.g insurance, banking). Thanks to these facilitators, the NYC tech scene today hosts many world-famous tech companies, such as BuzzFeed, Etsy, MongoDB, FourSquare, Kickstarter, just to name a few. Despite the fact that NYC’s tech ecosystem is maturing, it’s still one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the United States which draws vast amounts of venture funding, startup exits, and acquisitions.
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