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Weekend Readings: Progressive Web Apps, the Amazon Cloud Conference, and the Power of Open Data

Do Progressive Web Apps live up to the hype? What went down at the Amazon Cloud Conference? How will data power machine learning? Read on to find out!

Szymon Kosno

Progressive Web Apps: A Case Study

Progressive Web Applications are the shiny new toy in web development, but do they live up to the hype? Do they really provide enhanced functionality and performance? Thankfully, some companies have decided to share their experiences, so dive deep into this performance case study from Pinterest.

Paweł Potasiński

The Amazon Cloud Conference

Every year, Amazon holds a big conference for customers of its Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud division in Las Vegas. This year the event started on November 27 and announced many new cloud services in both the data management and analytics areas, such as AWS SageMaker (a machine learning service) or AWS Neptune (a cloud-based graph database). Read about all the announced services on the official AWS website and blog to get more details on what’s new and what’s coming to Amazon’s public cloud.

Innovation Needs Open Information

What powers machine learning? What is the oil that machine learning engines run on? The answer is simple – it’s all about data. The more data, the better the data, the more innovation is possible. Great data beats great algorithms. Great innovations will come from machine learning that mines great data. All innovators have access to truth about the world – the barrier is not access to the past, but imagination about the future. Read this article to find out how open data could make innovation the key to success on the data science field of battle.

 

Cloud, Apps
Szymon Kosno, Paweł Kot, Paweł Potasiński

Paweł Kot joined ITMAGINATION in November 2016 as Chief Enterprise Architect. He is responsible for combining business and technology perspectives. Paweł develops and implements innovative concepts that walk our clients through the digital transformation. Paweł Potasiński assumed the position of Chief Data Architect at ITMAGINATION in March 2017. He is dedicated to transforming our clients into successful data-driven organizations. Paweł holds numerous professional certifications, including that of Microsoft Certified Solution Expert - Data Management and Analytics. Szymon Kosno is an active contributor to software development enhancements and organizational evolution in ITMAGINATION as a Chief Software Architect. With 12 years of experience in software development, he focuses on process clarifications, sustainable architectural approaches and efficient development. He is a strong believer that a good software can make a difference.

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