SoftElegance announcement its sponsorship of IT Outsourcing Forum in Germany
SoftElegance become a ‘level B’ sponsor of the ITO & BPO Germany Forum that will be held in Berlin at 23th of April 2015. The ITO & BPO GERMANY FORUM is organized by the independent, non-profit German Outsourcing Association.
As a member of the German Austria and Switzerland Outsourcing Association, SoftElegance is proudly taking the responsibility and honor to sponsor IT Outsourcing forum.
This is the only international event for the ITO & BPO industry in Germany, to exchange best practices, get information about destinations and business models. We are looking forward to meet with you at IT Outsourcing Germany Forum — 23 April in Berlin.
SoftElegance invites you to attend the business meeting “The Future Of Custom Software Development” in Oslo
With the support of Embassy of Ukraine to the Kingdom of Norway and Norwegian Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce.
The business meeting will be held by SoftElegance at the Embassy premises at Arbins Gate 4, 0253 Oslo, Norway from 9:00 to 12:00 on the 21th of April of 2015;
Business Meeting “Big Data – the future of software development” in Oslo
More information about the meeting available at:
— Official event’s website;
— Official announcement by Norwegian Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce;
— Online registration.
SoftElegance participated in SPE Digital Energy Conference in Houston
SPE Digital Energy Conference And Exhibition is an international event that addresses key aspects of digital oil field developments. In 2015 it took place 3-5 March at The Woodlands, TX. Conference serves as a unique forum for digital oil field specialists to exchange ideas and collaborate on challenges, opportunities, and solutions.
SoftElegance, as a global IT services and software development provider with deep domain expertise in creating software solutions for the oil and gas industry, participated at the SPE Digital Energy conference, that was in Houston, TX in March 2015.
Glassdoor has published its 25 Best Jobs in the U.S. for 2015
Glassdor, an American site where employees and former employees anonymously review companies and their management, has published its list of the ‘best’ jobs in the U.S. across the industries. We’ve selected 10 of them related to tech industry and put critique on it. The criteria are very idle and not related to tech industry.
Years of experience required to obtain the forthcoming positions are not indicated. And the number of job opened is not the correct criteria to indicate the best rating for a position, in case position is highly demanded this is not criteria to evaluate it as the best. We strongly believe that such role as solution architect is more prestigious than DB admin. 35% higher salary proves our suggestion.
Glasdoor’s rating is the following: #10 Mobile Developer; #9 IT Project Manager; #8 Network Engineer; #7 Business Analyst; #6 QA Engineer; #5 Solutions Architect; #4 Data Scientist; #3 Product Manager; #2 Database Administrator; #1 Software Engineer.
Advantages and limitations of using AngularJS in your SPA
How to set up Orchard CMS 1.7.3 on Mono 3.8.0
Comprehensive guide how to step-by-step run Orchard on Mono (Updated: February 2015)
Officially, Orchard CMS does not support Mono. There are no promises and no known plans to make it compatible. But being an Open Source project, it encourages developers worldwide to give it a try.
On December 2014 I was given an assignment to set up a running Orchard CMS configuration on a Linux machine. It was intended to run an updated version of our company site – currently it available at www.softelegance.com and uses Orchard CMS 1.7.3 and Mono 3.8.0. As other company’s systems and services were already running on Linux (and some already using the Mono platform), the decision was to reuse the same system.
On behalf of SoftElegance, and all our software development teams, wishing you significant gains and considerable improvements throughout the upcoming 2015. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Ukrainian IT sector was mentioned several times at the reputable press this week
Several world-known online magazines like Forbes and BBC published this week their special reports about the Ukrainian IT industry.
Forbes has published Could Ukraine Be The Next Silicon Valley?. Greg Satell says that since Silicon Valley emerged as the center of the technology world in the seventies and eighties, others have tried to followed its lead, most have failed, but a few have succeeded brilliantly.
“It’s also important to remember that Ukraine is largest and one of the best educated countries in Europe, with an excellent base of talent and technology infrastructure. So while it may seem unlikely for Ukraine to become the next tech mecca, I wouldn’t bet against it.”, Satell says.
Ukrainian tech industry is worth about $5 billion. The outsourcing is the most developed and employs roughly 50,000 engineers across 500 firms
The next was BBC with its “Tech sector leading Ukraine’s pro-European revival” by business reporter Padraig Belton. He says that Ukraine’s tech sector is flourishing, and Ukraine is a “sleeping IT tiger”.
At Daily Mail Online came with the same question “Will the next Silicon Valley be in UKRAINE?“. According to it Ukraine has more than 4,100 firms that outsource skills to other countries, and its IT industry is growing by a quarter each year. Technology startups are making waves across the US and Europe.
Ukraine exports $2 billion in software service each year
The conclusion is that Ukraine’s IT sector, including tech start-ups and outsourcing industry, is booming and worth to be one of the world-known places to start IT business.
SoftElegance is going to participate at CompTIA’s Member Conference in London
Meet SoftElegance at the upcoming CompTIA’s EMEA Member and Partner Conference, 5-6 November 2014, the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, U.K.
CompTIA’s Member Conference brings together leading IT solution providers, vendors, distributors, training companies, and academies. Excellent chance to get new knowledge, experience, and ideas to share its own best practices and expertise. Moreover to connect, collaborate and gain insight into the latest technologies and trends to help grow their businesses and the IT industry.
Ukrainian programmers participated in IEEEXtreme with support of SoftElegance
IEEEXtreme is a global challenge in which teams of IEEE Student members, supported by an IEEE Student Branch, advised and proctored by an IEEE member, compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems.
Teams from Ukraine participated in this global programming competitions for a first time ever, in total it was registered more than 1700 teams from all around the world. It’s a honor for a guys to be in TOP-100 in a first year of participation. For detailed information and statistic see the total results list.
SoftElegance sponsored two teams who represented Ukraine in IEEEXtreme programming competition. We are really proud about the results of our young talented programmers, as Ukraine is famous as a country with many talented software developers and programmers and its required to invest into education from the very beginning. As more companies would care about the general ecosystem and software development outsourcing market in particular, as better it will be for the globe.