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July 2018

Java Intership 2018 – An intern’s retrospective

2018-07-16T12:46:49+00:00 July 16th, 2018|Categories: Community, Internship, Written by our colleagues|Tags: , , , |

The Java Internship organized by Evozon which I attended started in March. The reason why I found it interesting was that I had not done any web programming until then and the ad stated that this internship involved creating a web application in 4 weeks. Since I had no experience related to web development,

June 2018

Evozon Named Top B2B Service Provider by Clutch

2018-06-29T14:46:02+00:00 June 28th, 2018|Categories: Company News|Tags: , , , |

We’re happy to announce that we have been included in a top B2B service provider matrix by Clutch. By amalgamating precise quantitative data, in-depth case studies, and client reviews from analyst-led interviews, Clutch is able to accurately gauge the quality and content of various businesses. Based in Washington, D.C., Clutch offers a transparent and

May 2018

Blockchain Development, Between Innovation and Disruption

2018-05-14T11:19:55+00:00 May 8th, 2018|Categories: Blockchain|Tags: , , |

Disruptive innovation is used as a byline to market a lot of startups these days. But the fact is that not all innovative products are disruptive and being disruptive is a lot more than just creating a new exciting product. Just because an industry is affected by a new player or product, that does

April 2018

How to Create an Advanced Website Crawler with Jmeter

2018-04-16T12:43:59+00:00 April 10th, 2018|Categories: Technical, Testing|Tags: , , , |

This article is a short tutorial on how you can create your own highly configurable web spider using the open source application JMeter. The article covers a few sections: What are web crawlers? The testing context where I needed to use one Step by step guide on creating the script Approach breakdown (advantages/ disadvantages)

Evozon invests in Caserola.ro

2018-04-04T17:52:58+00:00 April 4th, 2018|Categories: Community, Product|Tags: , |

Together with a group of angel investors, we invested 250,000 euros in the caserola.ro startup, an online food delivery platform active in Bucharest. The food delivery market has grown exponentially in recent years, with a number of new players entering the scene. Romania is demonstrating a market with significant potential. The plan will be

March 2018

A Few Things About the Python Foundation

2018-03-20T12:48:02+00:00 March 20th, 2018|Categories: Python|Tags: , |

The Python Software Foundation is the entity that manages and oversees the development of the Python programming language. It holds the intellectual right of the Python brand and offers educational, financial and other resources to the Python community. The Foundation was founded in 2001, with an official announcement at the ninth Python conference in

How to Debug Mobile App Requests and Test Their APIs

2018-03-14T11:23:46+00:00 March 12th, 2018|Categories: QA, Technical, Testing|Tags: , , , |

Even though app usage on desktop devices has maintained a steady leader position, over the past few years, mobile devices have been gradually gaining ground. It is safe to assume that this trend will continue on its trajectory. For this reason, the IT industry invests more and more in this sector. New technologies and

February 2018

Calendis, a 2017 retrospective

2018-02-21T18:00:50+00:00 February 21st, 2018|Categories: Product|Tags: , , |

Many things happened during 2017 for Calendis, an online booking solution developed in-house within Evozon’s Perl department. The journey started around 4 years ago with the goal of creating an online tool that would allow users to easily book appointments for everyday services offered at beauty salons, sports facilities, medical clinics and many others,

Perl in Romania

2018-02-13T17:24:40+00:00 February 13th, 2018|Categories: Community, Perl|Tags: , , , , |

Perl is a programming language created by Larry Wall in 1987. It gained popularity in the 1990’ and was also referred to as the “duct tape that holds the Internet together”. For esthetic and practical purposes I will be referring to Perl 5 in this article as Perl. Last December it turned 30, an