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SoftElegance in Clutch’s TOP-10: Top IT Outsourcing Companies, Top Web Developers, and more

Now SoftElegance in Clutch’s Top-10 in several categories, in outsourcing, web development,
and more.

Clutch — identifys leading software and professional services firms that deliver results for their clients.

“We love Clutch as they publish fair and detailed customers feedback”

SoftElegance Top Software Developers Ukraine

In April 2017 SoftElegance named in TOP-10 at the several categories, among them
Top IT Outsourcing Companies in Ukraine and Top Web Developers in Kyiv.

For more details, please find our that customers say about SoftElegance.

“Strengths include superior productivity compared to other providers and meticulous attention to detail” said the customer, who has provided his feedback about our work.

Report from Oslo. SoftElegance’s business meeting “The Future Of Custom Software Development”

The business meeting “The Future Of Custom Software Development” was held by SoftElegance in Norway

The business meeting “The Future Of Custom Software Development” was held by SoftElegance at the Embassy premises in Oslo on the 21 of April.
The event was supported by the Embassy of Ukraine to the Kingdom of Norway and the Norwegian Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce.

The representatives of Oil and Gas companies and companies which serve that kind of business were invited to know more about how to enhance business processes using custom software development.

The following participants attended the business meeting:
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Setting up Orchard CMS on Mono

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.

orchard cms on mono

Challenge

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.

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SoftElegance at TechEd, Microsoft’s premier conference for enterprise developers in Houston.

SoftElegance participated at TechEd North America 2014 in Houston, TX

TechEd is an annual conference for developers and IT professionals put on by Microsoft. TechEd North America is provides technical education, product evaluation, and community resources to plan, architect, deploy, manage and secure a connected enterprise. The brightest and most skilled technology professions meet to increase their technical expertise through deep hands-on technical learning, sharing of best practices and interaction with Microsoft and a variety of industry experts and their peers.

SoftElegance at Microsoft TechEd North America in Houston 2014

SoftElegance participated at this premier conference for enterprise developers and IT professionals to learn and share knowledge with the community.

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Introducing ASP.NET MVC 4 Beta

ASP.NET MVC 4 Beta released 15 February 2012

Yes, ASP.NET MVC (Model-View-Controller) 4 Beta was released last week. And it’s a great post of Scott Guthrie, VP in the Microsoft Developer Division ASP.NET MVC 4 Beta. There’s no sense to repost all article and features, but here is the most important information for executives.

ASP.NET MVC 4 Beta

The ASP.NET MVC 4 Beta release works with VS 2010 and .NET 4.0. The ASP.NET MVC 4 will also be built-into the upcoming VS11 / .NET 4.5.

ASP.NET MVC 4 includes new support for building mobile web applications and mobile web sites, including new mobile project template. ASP.NET MVC 4 includes support for creating “Web APIs”. More about ASP.NET MVC 4 Beta at official Microsoft’s ASP.NET website.

C# wins developers — official release of the Tiobe Programming Community Index

Microsoft’s C# language appears set to overtake C++ in regard to its popularity with developers

Tiobe survey has C# nipping at C++’s heels in popularity, but C++ holds edge in growing mobile development field. SoftElegance as software development company with the primary .NET Framework skills has C# as the main programming language.

In a release this week of the Tiobe Programming Community Index, which gauges the popularity of different languages, C# was ranked fourth, used by 8.205 percent of developers, barely behind C++, used by 8.252 percent. C++ has been consistently ranked third in the index since 2001.

Throwing up a potential roadblock to C#’s rise is that C++ offers better performance and thus is better for mobile applications, said Paul Jansen, Tiobe managing director. “If you look at the current trends, C# will surpass C++ in the next couple of months. But there might be a chance that C++ is strong enough to stay atop of C# because it is better for mobile application development.”

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Project Roslyn or Compiler-as-a-Service. Bringing flexibility of dynamic languages to C#

Codename Roslyn project it’s a new type of compiler that will bring the flexibility of dynamic languages to C# and Visual Basic. Roslyn will be released as CTP (Community Technology Preview) by researchers from Microsoft.

Here at SoftElegance we are really interested in such initiative. “This project is about revising what compilers do”… We believe that bringing flexibility of dynamic languages to C# and VB it’s great idea. And idea of “Compiler-as-a-Service” also looks not so bad.

3 logos from the BUILD

Here is some comments of Anders Hejlsberg about Roslyn project, he said at BUILD

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.NET Micro Framework review. Waiting for NETMF 4.2

The .NET Micro Framework is .NET for small and resource constrained devices. It offers a complete and innovative development and execution environment that brings the productivity of modern computing tools to this class of devices.

SoftElegance as a company with specialization in custom software development for industrial automation attended in new releases which should be 4.2. As Colin Miller said on his blogpost “NETMF 4.2 Contributor and a Cool Product” release 4.2 will have new contributor. Today we would like to look deeply to the current state of the NETMF and what we’ll have in the future in .NET Micro Framework

.net micro framework

For current .NET developers, this means that they can now create applications that run on a range of devices from targeted devices like remote controls to PCs and Servers and on to the cloud – all with the same programming model and tools.

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What’s interesting at MIX11, gathering of web professionals

MIX is a gathering of developers, designers, UX experts and business professionals creating the most innovative and profitable consumer sites on the web. Sessions range from technical, code-based topics to expert advice on content strategy, usability and design.

MIX11 starts next week, April 12-14, 2011 at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, USA. There are several topics SoftElegance attended in. Today we would like to introduce you the most interesting sessions…

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Announcing DevConnection 2011, the best from .NET community

SoftElegance is attended in DevConnection 2011, the one of the greatest .NET events in 2011. DevConnection is .NET conference and exhibition and keeps in touch with the latest trends and get the most up to date information and training available.

Since DevConnections 2010 it was moved to Florida. This spring DevConnection is at Orlando, FL, March 27-30, 2011.
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DevConnections provides comprehensive information how to develop applications with the Microsoft stack – .NET framework, Visual Studio, Azure, Windows Server, Office, SharePoint, SQL Sever, Mobile, and beyond.

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