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  • Innovations sourcing among robotics companies

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    At the time of looking for new ways to add value to the lives of the existing human lives on Earth, science and technology have gone into a lot of research and development over the years, hoping to find a silver lining at the end of the tunnel. These efforts are what gave birth to global tech communities migrating to form electronic companies, robotics companies, tech eco-system nurturing tech talents and ChallengeRocket .

  • Your programmers are artists, and you should treat them as such

    You are baffled by that title, aren’t you? Maybe you shouldn’t, the truth is not all that complicated! Without giving it much consideration you might be thinking that since you’ve hired people with technical degrees, individuals skilled in programming , not painters after art school, that we’re talking gibberish, that we’re ludicrous. The thing is, we’re honestly not, let us explain.

  • How Opening Your Organization to Hackathons Has More Benefits Than You Believe

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    Several hundred hackathons take place in 100+ countries every year. A common misconception is that these are beneficial for coders and startups. This couldn’t be further from the truth as hackathons are one of the most effective ways of accelerating the digitalization of large organizations.

  • What to keep in mind when organising a hackathon? A practical guide for companies that do it for the first time

    It has been long since organising a hackathon (codefest) ceased to be the exclusive domain of technology companies. It is also successfully practised in other industries. If you are thinking about organising such an event in your company or want to become its sponsor - we will tell you what you should keep in mind to make the event successful .

  • How To Recruit Programmers More Effectively? 6 Practical Tips

    Experts estimate that by the end of 2017 expenditures of companies in the world for technological solutions will exceed 3.5 trillion dollars. The demand for qualified engineers in the IT industry is constantly growing. However, there are still fewer top-class specialists than attractive jobs they can take. This puts out a new challenge to employers - how to attract the best candidates to their teams? We will show you a few ways how to make this process more efficient.

  • How to make a hackathon best suit your needs?

    Depending on what the company of institution organizing a hackathon is expecting, the event can take many forms, involve different people and have different goals. The general principle is always the same – at a certain time and place (if a hackathon is stationary) specialists from different areas of new technologies come together in teams to work together on solving a problem or creating something new.

  • How to make your employees have innovative ideas? 4 useful methods

    The biggest companies in the technology industry (and other industries as well) are known for constantly investing in the development of their employees, whom they see as the most precious element in the functioning of the entire corporate machinery. What is it that they do to foster their employees’ ingenuity and promote innovative thinking?

  • How to make the work culture in your company more creative and innovative?

    Why are some companies viewed as more innovative and creative than others? What to do in order to make the workspace in your company favor new ideas and unusual decisions? Here are a couple of tips derived from observing the workspace and work culture in companies such as Facebook, Virgin Airlines and IDEO.

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