Monthly Archives: October 2012

How to implement auto-updates in C# – Part 1

Let’s face it. If you want to embrace the “Continuous Delivery” movement in software development while building your desktop application you have to put in place some sort of auto-updating mechanism. You may have already put all the effort to … Continue reading

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Tears of steel

Blender is one of those rare success stories in open source history, right over there, next to Linux and Apache, that justifies the very existence of the open source movement. It’s story started in an unorthodox way. The creator of … Continue reading

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Finance as a driving force for AI

The last decade has seen the world of finance getting dominated by institutions that make heavy use of high-end technology to gain a competitive advantage on the trading floor. The terms High Frequency and Algorithmic trading are almost interchangeable these … Continue reading

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