Why is data so important and why could it make us millionaire?

A database is made up of all the information that a company receives. This information can arrive through multiple channels, like email, social media, sales, accounting, vendor data, etc. People don’t know what to do with all this information, so the best thing is to centralize it in one place to understand it linearly. What […]

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DON’T GET CONFUSED, THEY AREN’T THE SAME! Differences between web page, website and web app.

Web Page: It’s a document written in HTML or PHP language. In addition to that, elements such as CSS, JavaScript, images, videos, etc. can be included. It’s each screen of a website, and it can be static or dynamic. Website: It’s a set of web pages structured in a domain (a web page address on […]

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Do you know which is the most widely used paradigm in the world? Object-oriented programming

The paradigm most widely used by programmers is object-oriented programming, because each of the elements that a system or software needs is an “object” which has its own data and behaviors or functionalities. In programming, this data is called “attributes” and functionalities are called “methods.” Attributes can be data like name, surname, email address, password, […]

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What are APIs? This is what you need to know to take advantage of them.

An API (Application Programming Interface) is an interface that allows apps and software programs to communicate and share data. APIs can be public or private. Basically, it means enriching your app by taking advantage of other businesses’ development. Let’s explain this better with an example… Let’s suppose we want to develop a transport app, like […]

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The Programmer’s Paradox

In the programmers’ career, there’s always a critical time during a project development in which they will inevitably ask themselves: “Should I invest my time in continuing to improve the code that is already ‘ready’ or should I just finish the project?”. It’s then that programmers find themselves for the first time in this paradoxical […]

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What Is Robotics? Why Is It Important in Programming?

Robotics connects several technologies with the goal of designing systems capable of performing tasks autonomously. This capacity of carrying out actions in an autonomous manner involves the need to perceive and understand the environment around the robot. Seeing what surrounds it, if it’s a person, a wall or a table. Thus, it’ll be able to […]

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e-Fiscal, an app Designed in Mendoza for a more transparent, quick and democratic electoral scrutiny.

Researchers and graduates from Universidad Tecnologica Nacional de Mendoza (UTN) and members of the InDiE Lab, together with Intelifaz (locally known as Ag2 Tecnosur),  have developed the e-Fiscal so that, table authorities as well as electoral prosecutors from the political parties can enter the results of the vote as soon as the scrutiny of every […]

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Mat|r in IoT Research

gridTICs lab adopts Mat|r for research. An interview with Ana Laura Diedrich and Ariel Verdejo     Please introduce yourselves   Ariel Verdejo: I am Ariel Verdejo. I am an Electronic Engineer, graduated from UTN, Mendoza and I am currently a fellow at gridTICs   Ana Laura Diedrich: I’m Ana Laura Diedrich, I’m an Information […]

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Mat|r in AI Research

Dr. Facundo Bromberg on how the DHARMa Artificial Intelligence Lab is using Mat|r as a research tool.       Can you tell us a bit about yourself and DHARMa Lab?   My name is Facundo Bromberg. I hold a doctorate in Computer Science. I’m the founder and current director of the DHARMa laboratory at […]

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Coding in Education

Introducing students to AppDev with Mat|r Now that software has eaten the world and become a critical component of every industry and business sector, a key component of literacy in the 21st century is an understanding of the principles of coding. What is the best way to introduce students to the principles of programming and application […]

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MAT|R + SOLID

Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989. Berners-Lee understood that the power of the Web had the potential to radically transform human institutions — governmental, commercial, cultural and educational — to better serve humanity. But much to his horror 30 years later his creation has morphed into a Frankenstein. Mass surveillance, abuse […]

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Don’t miss this Async webinar in Spanish

Learn how to use IoT messaging main protocol to send and receive data asynchronously from devices.   You will be surprised the way shared components built by other developers can be used in most of the features the application requires, such as IoT devices integration, Google Apis, Firebase and many other services.   We’ll be […]

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