Blog 2016-12-07T12:48:01+00:00

May 2017

Perl Survey Data Paints the Picture of Perl in 2017

May 11th, 2017|Categories: Community, Perl, Written by our colleagues|Tags: , , , |

As a software development company with many Perl developers and an entire department created around this technology we explored the data of the Perl Developer Survey run by BuiltinPerl and found some very interesting facts.  How long have you been using Perl 5? Experienced is the perfect word to describe most Perl 5 developers as a large majority formed in the more than 5 years of experience section. However bringing new developers to Perl is crucial in today’s market as the demand for Perl is high, with major companies relying on it almost completely. As a company we plan to

April 2017

Our latest milestone: we’re now a SensioLabs Bronze Partner

April 21st, 2017|Categories: Company News, PHP|Tags: , , , |

Starting with April 2017, Evozon Systems is the newest SensioLabs Bronze Partner, providing Symfony and PHP full stack expertise to customers from anywhere in the world.   Having worked together on various projects so far, both with SensioLabs France and SensioLabs Germany, we mutually agreed it was about time to take this relationship to the next level and formally join the leading Symfony and PHP business ecosystem. But more than just delivering a bunch of projects, the experience was a successful collaboration which also gave us the opportunity to test this partnership’s potential, while proving along the way that we’re

Outsourcing Destinations: Asia and Eastern Europe

April 19th, 2017|Categories: Community, Java, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, Written by our colleagues|Tags: , , , , , , |

Tech is something that exists on a global scale, a community of people and companies that work together to create unbelievable things. It doesn’t take into account nationality, ethnicity or borders. Working in tech is like being part of an international family at all times.   It doesn’t really matter where you are in the world, you’re probably going to collaborate with someone from another part of the world. I work for a software development company, an outsourcing company that has clients from all over the world. We work with them and their own tech teams, bound together by a similar

Common mistakes in coding styles

April 13th, 2017|Categories: Magento, Technical, Written by our colleagues|Tags: , |

  Have you ever wondered how it would be if we, as programmers, coded in the same way? If we created code using a similar set of universal rules as in the case of the language we speak and write in? What if there were no major differences in the developers’ coding? Well... I thought about it, but I don’t think that could be possible, because programming languages are evolving faster than we think, faster than we do. They evolve and maybe sometimes they surpass us. Which, if you think about it, is quite normal, right? And there are still

Using Docker for Magento 2 development

April 5th, 2017|Categories: PHP, Technical, Written by our colleagues|Tags: , |

In the last year the Docker project got a lot of adoption due to its simpler and streamlined use flow, portability across systems, application isolation, lower resources footprint, container versioning and the list can go on. A big part of this rise in adoption is also due to its team paying more attention to the community and community events. I myself got started after a local Docker community meetup, where a discussion with a mentor helped me understand the Docker ecosystem and flow. An aspect I really like about working with Docker is the fact that it solves a real

March 2017

When Global Consciousness makes sense in Living Experience (LX) and User Experience (UX)

March 30th, 2017|Categories: Community, UX, Written by our colleagues|Tags: , , , |

  by Vlad Tirla This article was originally published here.   Let’s define first the context.   The Global Consciousness Project is a project launched 18 years ago by Dr. Roger Nelson, retired professor from Princeton University. The initial scope was to plant some devices (“eggs”, as they called them) around the globe in order to produce random data of 0 and 1. These devices produces 100 random data per second and the expectations were around a 50/50 balance in between the numbers. If it’s random, it should be random, but considering the huge amount of data generated, the thoughts