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Spring @ Devoxx
originally posted on Optis

It’s halfway autumn again, which means that it was time for Devoxx Belgium! As usual, there were several interesting talks, related to…

Working with microservices
originally posted on Optis

Microservices, you’ve heard about them, you may have seen them, but what are they? Well, they are two things, they are micro and they are a…

Progressive web apps
originally posted on Optis

The term Progressive web apps was coined in june 2015 by Alex Russell and Frances Berriman to bridge the gap between web apps and native…

Developing a complete REST API with Loopback
originally posted on Optis

Loopback was created as an open source mobile backend-as-a-service framework by Strongloop. It allows you to setup a REST API in minutes…

My week at Devoxx (… so far)
originally posted on Optis

It’s November, so it’s that time of the year that every Java developer in Belgium and beyond is looking forward to, because it’s time for…

Devoxx — day 2
originally posted on Optis

The second day of Devoxx has come and gone, and as expected it was once again superb.

First React reactions
originally posted on Optis

I have been working on React for a while now and I am currently in between projects, which makes it a great timing to share my opinion…

Why you should use AMP together with PWA (for SEO)
originally posted on Craftworkz

AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is a new keyword in the world of Front End together with PWA (Progressive Web Application). AMP was acquired…

Robust Real-Time Pose Estimation with OpenPose
originally posted on Craftworkz

Taking a look at one of the coolest new computer vision applications.

Let’s Chat In Hebrew
originally posted on Craftworkz

Bringing Hebrew into chatbots might be closer then we think

Meet our new office!
originally posted on Craftworkz

We finally have our new office! This is a good thing, in the last few months Craftworkz has quickly grown to 17 people, but our office only…

A brave new world: from studying to working on my first project!
originally posted on Craftworkz

A lot has changed in the past three months. A few weeks ago I was still a student, now I have a job, I work every day and it feels like I…

Next Stop, Silicon Wadi
originally posted on Craftworkz

It’s time you open your eyes. The future of the High-tech world is in the centre of the middle east. Startup nation by an Israeli intern.

Hello London!
originally posted on Craftworkz

We just opened office in London!

Sanbot — Getting acquainted
originally posted on Craftworkz

Sanbot is an intelligent, humanoid service robot. The new Sanbot platform tries to unleash the power of cloud-enabled robotics and AI for…

Craftworkz NL — Crossing the borders…
originally posted on Craftworkz

Om onze markt nog verder te verbreden, starten we een kantoorruimte in het prachtige Amsterdam. We kijken ernaar uit om, samen met onze…

The Blockchain-GDPR Paradox
originally posted on TheLedger

The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR in short, will become enforceable from 25 May 2018. Fact is, this will have (and already…

A Blockchain Toolkit for Discovering Valuable Business Cases
originally posted on TheLedger

Originally posted on https://medium.com/hyperspaceventures/a-blockchain-toolkit-for-discovering-valuable-business-cases-5cbe24b2285b

Blockchain Arena — The Photos
originally posted on TheLedger

A royal introduction to blockchain by Thomas Marckx :-)

Hyperledger Fabric and how it isn’t concurrent out of the box.
originally posted on TheLedger

When working with Hyperledger Fabric on different projects, we get to understand the in’s and out’s of this technology. That’s interesting…

My first steps with Ethereum
originally posted on TheLedger

As a Fullstack Blockchain Developer, I wanted to get my hands dirty on a new blockchain technology. I picked Ethereum because I’ve…

Mini-hackathon with BigchainDB
originally posted on TheLedger

First of all we want to say thanks to Dimitri De Jonghe from BigchainDB for coming and getting us really excited to work with this great…

Save time and money through an ICO!
originally posted on TheLedger

What if your company has a great idea and needs funding to realize it. Typically, you’ll go to venture capital firms, pitch your idea and…

Hyperledger Fabric & couchdb, fantastic queries and where to find them
originally posted on TheLedger

Hyperledger Fabric (HLF) uses a key value database to store its state. This object store holds binary data which can be queried using its…

About Smart Contract testing
originally posted on TheLedger

Pretty boring title, right? Maybe so… But the importance of Smart Contract quality cannot be underestimated. In this post, we’ll talk about…

When Chatbots meet RPA bots
originally posted on Roborana

The technology landscape has been evolving rapidly in the last years. New technologies have been emerging, older technologies have been…

RPA satisfaction: business value vs cost reduction!
originally posted on Roborana

A recent survey is showing some interesting results on RPA satisfaction.

RoboRana — Specialised in RPA solutions
originally posted on Roborana

RPA or Robotics Process Automation is a digital technology that is tremendously trending at this moment! It has everything to disrupt…

XSD Visualisation Part 1
originally posted on Integration Designers

By Niki Heyligen

IBM Watson Customer Engagement
originally posted on Integration Designers

A few weeks ago, I attended a big IBM training event about IBM’s e-commerce offering. During the conference, a new brand name was released…

A message about IBM Messaging
originally posted on Integration Designers

During my 4 days stay in Madrid at the IBM technical conference, I attended some interesting sessions about one of my favorite topics…

Blog kick-off
originally posted on Integration Designers

On July 1st, Integration Designers was launched within the Belgian Cronos group. Integration Designers focuses on integration projects…