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Collaborative knowledge building

In modern organizations, stakeholders frequently switch roles between trainers and trainees. They contribute to eLearning content as much as they benefit from it. Staff needs to learn and adapt fast. They cannot afford to take the long time-offs required for traditional training; instead, they need to find exactly the right piece of content needed on the spot. In operations management terms,…
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Welcome to TALE: Tremend’s Agile Learning Environment

The new vision Tremend proposes is built on our inherent, intrinsic Agile philosophy, used to create tangible value in measurable increments with advanced technology and engineering solutions. The skills required by modern organizations to remain competitive change faster and faster. The internal learning curve is always shorter: content is created and becomes obsolete in short cycles, sometimes in just a few months….
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How to Deploy your Infrastructure in Under 30 Minutes

Deploying and configuring your infrastructure takes time. Installing and configuring the services you need takes time. Deploying your applications takes time. Setting up monitoring and logging it all takes a while as well. But it doesn’t have to. In this article, we’re going to tell you how we got a production-ready environment from 0 to everything working before the coffee…
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The Good, The Bad and the Ugly in Stack Overflow 2019 Survey

After the 2018 survey and its lack of big surprises, here comes this year’s biggest news from the Stack Overflow Annual Developer Survey, with Python surpassing Java in the overall ranking for the first time. Python outpaced C# last year and PHP the year before, becoming the fastest-growing major programming language today. This year, Stack Overflow gathered answers from nearly 90,000 developers worldwide, to…
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Why 3D scanning gives Google Street View a run for its money

One of our ongoing projects is concerned with reproducing the outside world within 3D software with rich details and accurate textures. Such a product could come in handy for a visualization or a game development company, but given enough precision this could also help civil engineers and city planners — the applications are truly endless! Project details The primary objectives…
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C++ and Functional Safety (Part I)

In the previous series of posts, we discussed the traction that C has gained in functional safety embedded software over the last thirty years, particularly in regard to the automotive industry.  In this post, we’ll take a look at its challenger: the C++ language. The history of C++ In 1979 Danish researcher Bjarne Stroustrup joined the Computing Science Research Center at AT&T Bell…
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My summer internship at Tremend as a web developer

Can a job be fun and offer a learning opportunity at the same time? My experience at Tremend proved to me that this was possible. I first heard about Tremend at the job fair organized by the Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science. I was drawn in by the many diverse departments they had and the flexibility they offered in…
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