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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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Functional Verification – lifting the veil

Introduction Over the course of 18 years in the Functional Verification field, I’ve been asked many times what it is that we actually do. Are our desks draped in wires, cables, and measurement devices? Are we testers? What exactly are we testing? What is verification? In a world dominated by software and applications, comparatively little attention is given to the…
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Breaking down an RPA workflow with UiPath

It’s estimated that the number of global companies employing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions will rise from 53% to 72% in the next two years — and within five years, RPA will achieve near-universal adoption. So, in a market currently saturated with AI hype, it would probably be helpful to understand what RPA is, what it isn’t, and where it fits into the apparently…
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br.A.I.n Hack 2018: Everyone’s a winner. Here’s what we’ve learned

Last year’s hackathon focused on smart city solutions and many of those projects. In light of that event, it came naturally to us to move forward with other innovative projects leveraging Artificial Intelligence as the main technology this time around. Our partners from Orange joined us for the second year in a row and together the participants developed some progressive apps with…
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