September 22, 2017
As everyone is aware, over the first half of September, Hurricane Irma brought huge devastation to the Caribbean and Florida, with islands all but destroyed and more than 6 million Floridians lacking power. For our part, CoreValue was particularly worried about our own Denis Mazourick, who was visiting client at the time and found himself in the midst of the storm. Though he’s safely back in Lviv now, reading his posts, a sample of which are below, had us rather worried for his well-being:
In hindsight, CoreValue can be nothing short of proud to have Denis on our team. Even in the worst and most unlikely of circumstances – offices were closed and the hotel without power – he found a nearby location to meet with the clients and finish the work he came to do.
While CoreValue’s story in these circumstances turned out successful, a great many people continue to suffer from the effects of Irma and the season’s other hurricanes. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those who have been and still are affected by the storms, and our leadership is working to formulate a way to give what we can to those in need.
October 11, 2017 | Nikola Krastev
A microservices approach is not a silver bullet for all software architecture problems. It introduces tradeoffs and challenges of its own. However, process gains and improvements in human performance have been considered to be worth the overhead in technology. Here are some general arguments against using sophisticated SOA. Server performance and overhead in communication By […]
September 27, 2017
We are pleased to announce that CoreValue president Igor Kruglyak will participate in IT Arena 2017, to be held in Lviv, Ukraine, September 29 – October 1, 2017.