AngularJS – how to write a simple application for listing products

Sep 01, 2016 by AdrianC

In the first article you got to know something about Angular, and now it's time to get underway and see it in action. The application that I'm going to present lists a number of products that can be selected, their total price being updated and displayed in real time... read more

Programmers are bound to make an impact on the Romanian administration

Aug 31, 2016 by VladC

We are talking in this article about a major step regarding Romania's administration: the Government tries to develop a new platform called GovITHub, which is designed to simplify all aspects regarding the Romanian public administration... read more

Romanian students innovate at Microsoft's Imagine Cup

Jul 14, 2016 by BogdanD

We did it again :) Just a couple of weeks ago, Flavia Oprea, Iulian Mateșică and Cristian Alexandrescu from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest won the Innovation challenge in Microsoft's Imagine Cup competition... read more

AngularJS – turning over a new leaf in web development

Jun 19, 2016 by AdrianC

AngularJS is a JavaScript framework for Web applications, or simply said, a Web framework, which is sustained by Google and other corporations, and it's considered the best framework for developing single-page web applications.

Originally developed in 2009 (by Miško Hevery and Adam Abrons), Angular has quickly climbed the ladder in popularity, thanks to features such as: dependency injection, directive writing, two way data-binding and testability... read more

How to add snow (&joy) to your website

Dec 21, 2015 by CatalinI

With the Christmas season fast approaching, I bet that you're over your head with shopping, cooking and maybe planning a great celebration, with your family and friends... and while you gather all your decorations, in order to bring festive cheer into your home, what about your own website / blog? It's not too late to consider a "cool" decoration for it, right?.. read more

Kogaion and Argent OS: the interview - Part 2

Nov 19, 2015 by BogdanD

If in Part 1 of the interview we've seen how it all started, now it's time to talk about adoption rate, mobile devices and future plans. o what do you say, shall we start?.. read more

Kogaion and Argent OS: the interview - Part 1

Nov 03, 2015 by BogdanD

A few weeks back we wrote about a Romanian team of developers from Cluj-Napoca, namely RogentOS, who decided to give something back to the community by developing GNU licensed OS-es for home and public administration use.

Given their goal, we decided to talk to Stefan Brindusa (their Lead Developer and Main OS Designer) for a little Q&A on the team's goals and products... read more

Linux goes down in history: a young UNIX

Oct 25, 2015 by AdrianC

Imagine for a moment that: there is no such thing as the Windows operating system; Mac OS X... no one heard of it; we don’t have any Linux distributions to play around with - while Android and iOS are nowhere to be seen.

Now let's travel to the famous Bell Laboratories: it’s 1969 and we witness the birth of something which will forever change the way people interact with computers... read more

Simple way to integrate PayPal into your C# web app - Part 3

Oct 06, 2015 by BogdanD

Last month we took a look at how to integrate PayPal's Express Checkout control into our C# application. At that point we were only able to send data to PayPal'a API to generate transaction tokens for future use, but now it's time to finalize the transaction and request payment from the PayPal API... read more

Simple way to integrate PayPal into your C# web app - Part 2

Sep 22, 2015 by BogdanD

Last time we spoke, we took a look at the general purchase flow via PayPal. Today, we'll look at Point B from our check-list, namely how to actually insert a PayPal button in a C# application, along with the necessary steps for a successful call to the API.

To this end, we'll use the code from a small sample project, containing the bare minimum that is needed to illustrate the process. To keep things simple, the data appended to the NVP string is hardcoded... read more

Simple way to integrate PayPal into your C# web app - Part 1

Sep 02, 2015 by BogdanD

The purpose of this post is to provide a crash course in PayPal integration. Simply put, if your web application is close to being released to the public and you're looking for a fast-and-safe way to provide your customers with an option for purchasing your services, then this blog post might be what you need... read more

Romanian OS sees the light of day

Aug 30, 2015 by Oana

I know that currently the entire IT world talks about Windows 10 and Microsoft, but how about the first Romanian-built operating system? Yeah, you heard me right, 2 operatins systems made in Romania have seen the light of day this August, at the University of Babes-Bolyai in Cluj-Napoca. Curious?.. read more

International Mathematical Olympiad 2015: Romania ranks 1st in EU

Jul 23, 2015 by Oana

This year, the International Mathematical Olympiad was held in the exotic Thailand, between July 4 - July 15. This was the 56th edition of the event, and has accommodated 577 high-school students from 104 countries. [...]

The Romanian high-school students - Simona Diaconu, Theodor Andrei Andronache, Marius Ioan Bocanu, Ciprian Mircea Bonciocat, Stefan Spataru, Andrei Bogdan Puiu - have won this year 6 medals [...]... read more

Don't follow Google in this: Top failed Google products

Jun 15, 2015 by AdrianC

The Google search engine, Gmail, Android or Chrome... this is what immediately comes into our minds when we think about Google - and for good reason, because these products "call the shots" in their field. However, if we look closely, behind these successful products we see the projects that Google really wants to bury, a “graveyard” of failed products.

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The importance of being earnest (when it comes to web security)

May 21, 2015 by AdrianC

We live in an Internet era and no one wants to have a website that is vulnerable to web attacks - as this means losing money, time and credibility. Web security wasn't regarded as a "big problem" before the year 2000, however social networking websites and an increase in the adoption rate of the Web, as a means for business, have changed all this, and now more and more hackers are trying to compromise the WWW security for personal gain... and some even for fame and fun... read more

A peek into the future: smartwatches, drones and virtual reality

May 12, 2015 by AdrianC

So far it looks like that Google and Apple see 2015 as the year of wearable devices, Amazon shows us that flying drones represent the future, and a company named Oculus VR tries to bring to life the unfulfilled dream of the last generation, Virtual Reality... read more

Microsoft Excel: a few handy tips

Apr 16, 2015 by AdrianC

Crucial to many people in their work, disliked by some, Microsoft Excel is one of the best software solutions, which hides many, many productivity secrets. Although I'm sure that many of you are acquainted with some of the "magic" that this software is capable of, becoming more proficient should be our target, that's why I think it's necessary to enhance our skills with some new Microsoft Excel tricks... read more

2015 LSAC Job Fair: SBP was there

Mar 09, 2015 by Oana

On March 5-6 our company has attended to the 2015 LSAC Job Fair, held at the "College of Automatic Control and Computers", at the Polytechnic University of Bucharest (aka "UPB"). We went there to present our company's story, we saw and talked to a lot of students and we won them over with our enthusiasm :).. read more

Most popular Web Development trends in 2015 - Part 2

Feb 24, 2015 by AdrianC

I hope you enjoyed the first post from this series, so now I will continue presenting another 3 web development trends, which you have surely met while surfing the Internet:.. read more

Most popular Web Development trends in 2015 - Part 1

Feb 18, 2015 by AdrianC

Imagine going to sleep in year 2005 and waking up in 2015... you refresh your websites and suddenly you get the feeling that something is terribly wrong. The whole website looks strangely flat, the elements arrange themselves when resizing the browser, and it seems to you that one of the websites has only 1 page. Also, what's up with that big image in the background?.. read more

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