Tag: IT

Happy Birthday, Linux!

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Happy Birthday, Linux!

”The Linux philosophy is ‘Laugh in the face of danger’. Oops. Wrong One. ‘Do it yourself’. Yes, that’s it.” -Linus Torvalds 25 years ago, Linus Torvalds had the idea for a free operating system. According to him, this idea was the result of a mix of programming skills and boredom, combined with the fact that […]

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A Guide To Hiring & Working With Skilled Web Developers

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A Guide To Hiring & Working With Skilled Web Developers

Are you looking to hire a Web Developer and need a little background about the role and Web Development in general? A Web Developer is still one of the most required resources for startups to large enterprises, from social to e-commerce, for any kind of project involving design, coding, maintenance and optimisation of websites and […]

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Big Dive Fourth Edition – June, 2015 – Turin (Italy)

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Big Dive Fourth Edition – June, 2015 – Turin (Italy)

The training program to boost the technical skills you need to dive into the BIG DATA universe, to extract value… and to create impact. After 3 editions, BIG DIVE has reached its maturity. The course started as an experiment in the landscape of BIG DATA training opportunities and in the last few years has gained acknowledgement by the sector […]

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Best of 2014: TechEd Websites & Resources

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Best of 2014: TechEd Websites & Resources

Top 12 Resources for Learning to Code in the New Year Picture the scene… you’ve just woken up on New Year’s Day morning. Well, afternoon, actually. Your mouth’s dry, your head’s banging and you’re not sure where your phone is. Worse, you’re not sure where you are or how you get home from here. But […]

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Cloud Computing and Virtualization: Matter of Relevant Choices

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Cloud Computing and Virtualization: Matter of Relevant Choices

  Cloud computing and virtualization are today key-assets for any IT infrastructure. Flexibility, efficiency and costs are typically the main advantages to consider virtual machines (VM) or cloud service based architectures for a new project, from small web applications to more complex platforms. Therefore, which are the potential scenarios and options we should consider to […]

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Quick Guide to Starting out in Web Development

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Quick Guide to Starting out in Web Development

Don’t just stand there – a career in tech is waiting for you! We are all becoming increasingly aware of the tech skills gap. Every industry now requires web developers; from the sciences to the arts, from retail to business. Not to mention the technology industry itself, which is expanding at lightning speed. Every industry […]

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What is SPARQL? An IT expert explains…

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What is SPARQL? An IT expert explains…

SPARQL: Surfing Publicly Available Rawdata Quite Lovely SPARQL and RDF SPARQL (Sparql Protocol And RDF Query Language) is a sort of high-level language dedicated to querying RDF data, more generally defined as semantic web, someway structured in website pages. RDF (Resource Description Framework) standard is not very new since published from W3C in 2006 (official documentation at […]

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Big Data and my Big Dive experience

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Big Data and my Big Dive experience

I work within information security for a large company in the energy sector (protecting confidentiality, integrity and availability of company information) and recently attended the 3rd annual Big Dive in Torino, Italy. Big Dive is a unique training program for a new generation of developers – a street-­fighting gym of sorts where high value datasets […]

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Who will freelancers vote for? Discover it in the new #twagotrends!

Who will freelancers vote for? Discover it in the new #twagotrends!

Ready to enjoy the first #twagotrends report of March 2013? What will you find in the report? Politics, digital work, market trends, online support for doctors, the berliner digital bohème… everything joining the Cloud of Work! Election trends in Germany: Freelancers with high vote for the Green Party The well known German Research Institute FORSA […]

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An amazing week @ CeBIT for twago!

An amazing week @ CeBIT for twago!

We had such a great time at this year’s CeBIT! Our stand at the CODE_n zone for innovative projects and ideas got so many visitors! It was simply great… Last year we won the CODE_n award. This year we came back as a bigger company: 50 million € of volume project in 2012 and thousands […]

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Join us at CeBIT 2013 and Love Working in the Cloud

Join us at CeBIT 2013 and Love Working in the Cloud

As last year, twago will be again at the CeBIT. It takes place in Hannover, Germany, from the 5th until the 9th of March. We will be in the Code_n13 area, Hall 16, 30D. CeBIT is the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments. Main target groups […]

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Get ready to rock with us in 2013!!!

Get ready to rock with us in 2013!!!

Welcome 2013!!! Get ready to rock with twago! twago plans for the 2013? We will keep on changing the way of working! Did you see the successful twago growth in the last years? More than € 60 million project volume since the launch. Look at the graph below, we are sure that in 2013 twago […]

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