October 3, 2019 by Maciej Zawadziński , Michael Sweeney

Third-party cookies have long been the backbone of online advertising, allowing advertisers to measure the success of their campaigns and improve targeting, as well helping publishers monetize their websites. But over the past few years, the reliance of third-party cookies has decreased due to changes in user behavior (e.g. installing ad-blocking software) and new privacy […]

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March 28, 2018 by

When it comes to developing software, there are a vast number of tools and solutions that can help you better deal with application deployments. Over time, these solutions change depending on our client’s needs and our knowledge of a specific tool. There’s also the desire to try something new, especially when it looks promising. On […]

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Clearcode’s Development Pipeline: The Tools and Services We Use to Build Software

June 21, 2016 by

Microsoft, IBM, Cisco, Google — some of the biggest names in computing are all taking a step in the same direction. What’s the scoop? Hybrid cloud computing. The last year and a half has seen the aforementioned giants scrambling to bring hybrid-cloud startups into the fold. Microsoft forked over a reported $200 million for Israeli […]

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What’s the Difference Between Public, Private & Hybrid Cloud Solutions?

April 22, 2016 by

So… your brilliant idea for a web or mobile application is going to completely change the way consumers or businesses [fill in the blank]. Great! But the days of investors cutting checks for ideas with zero validation are a fading memory. Today, investors more often commit money to scale companies than for initial market and […]

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3 Missteps To Avoid At All Costs When Building A Minimum Viable Product

February 16, 2016 by

They say seeing is believing. We know this to be true when it comes to building high-quality, custom software. That’s why we believe rapid prototyping is an essential step to every project’s success. For startups and companies looking to undertake a software-development project, starting with a prototype provides several advantages: Brings your idea to life […]

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Rapid Prototyping Brings Speedy Success [Video]

February 3, 2016 by

Without a doubt, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has taken the world by storm. So it comes as no surprise that more and more businesses, from startups to large enterprises, are jumping on the bandwagon and looking to build enterprise SaaS solutions. The only trouble is that getting on the bandwagon isn’t enough. Just because you’re doing what […]

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5 Steps to Successful Enterprise SaaS

January 22, 2016 by

When it comes to building software solutions, not all apps are created equal, nor should they be. Different applications are used by different people and this has a major impact on the design of the User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI). One factor involves the difference between consumer-grade software and enterprise-grade software. What differentiates […]

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Commercial vs Enterprise Apps: </br>UX & UI Design Considerations

January 11, 2016 by

The New Year is a time of reflection and also a time to look forward. Now that 2016 has begun, we take a look at five of the most popular web design trends — and add our own two cents. Flat Design Gone… Flat Flat design has been all the rage for some time now […]

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FOR BETTER OR WORSE: 5 Top Web Design Trends in 2016

January 8, 2016 by

Drought is coming. In fact, it’s already here. And we’re not talking about the weather. This is about something with far more serious economic consequences — a fast-growing need for software developers and tech specialists in general and the resulting, often fierce, competition to retain top talent. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there […]

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Developers in Demand — Tech Talent Doomsday

October 1, 2015 by

For a good part of the 19th century, factories and large buildings got their electricity from generators located in their basements. This method required a lot of maintenance and upkeep from the factories and companies hosting the generators, and the power supply was often unreliable. Then, in the 1890s, the first public power plants were […]

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April 23, 2015 by

Startups are faced with many early challenges and obstacles. Some can be conquered quickly without having any real long-term effects, while others need to be thoroughly considered, as their outcomes can have lasting consequences. A major challenge startups face in the beginning is deciding who is going to handle the development of their application. This […]

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