Java Developer in Rome – Work with us

We are looking for a Java developer for our Rome office. If you want to face new challenges, accumulate your skills and continue to train, join the team as Java Developer. Whether you are a young graduate or a professional, you have the opportunity to get involved and establish yourself in a young, dynamic, and […]

Cybersecurity Engineer in Milan

For our Milan office, we are looking for a Cybersecurity Engineer with at least 3 years of experience. It will have to create secure network solutions that provide security against cyber attacks, hackers, etc. In addition, the Cybersecurity Engineer will monitor and test these systems on a regular basis to ensure that the systems and […]

Work as ICT Solution Architect in the Milan area

We are looking for an ICT Solution Architect for our Milan office, to work in activities related to our customers. You will work within a project team, with various levels of autonomy based on the complexity of the activity and the experience. Key Responsibilities of ICT Solution Architect: Collect requirements from Business and translate them […]

Connecting Europe Facility: the DYDAS project to manage Big Data

The DYDAS (Dynamic Data Analytics Services) project involves the creation of a platform capable of handling large volumes of dynamic data, enabling the public sector and industry to benefit from large-scale data analysis. Emerging technologies are opening a new information age. Information today is based on the ability to collect and process vast amounts of […]

John George Kemeny, the inventor of BASIC

A programming language for everyone: BASIC Being able to develop a programming language that could use everyone. This must have been thought by John George Kemeny when, in 1964 together with Thomas Eugene Kurtz, he created BASIC. The “Beginner’s All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code” was developed at Dartmouth University and was launched on May 1, 1964 at […]

Grace Hopper, una pioniera del linguaggio COBOL

Dalla Marina, passando per il COBOL, fino al termine “bug” Esser definita una pioniera della programmazione informatica non è da tutti. Soprattutto se vivi negli anni ’50 e lavori in un ambiente non propriamente avvezzo a figure femminili, come quello militare. Chissà come deve essersi sentita Grace Murray Hopper quando mise le mani sul primo computer […]

LEARNING FRIDAY: “Trading Online”

Our colleague Alberto Bellemo Bullo, at Learning Friday on Friday 23 June, told us about actions, prices and values. Weekly topic: “Trading Online”! Starting from the definition of what is the trading, he traced its evolution over time, from barter, to coins, until trading online. We talked about bull market and bear market, stop loss, […]

LEARNING FRIDAY: “Unity bases”

At Learning Friday, Friday June 16th, our colleague Cristiano Ruisi told us “Unity Basics”, showing us how to create one of the most famous video games in the world: Arkanoid. Developed especially in recent years, after the acquisition of Microsoft, that made it free, Unity3D, or simply Unity, is the most used video game development […]

LEARNING FRIDAY: “Animations in SVG”

“Animation can explain whatever the mind of man can conceive”. With these words, drawn from the book by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, “Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life”, Massimiliano Aprea began Learning Friday on May 26, during which he talked about “Animation in SVG”. More and more websites use animations that, if inserted correctly […]

Small computing grows

Rome – May 23. Child-friendly informatics: this is the goal of Scratch, a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group of the MIT Media Lab, specifically designed for the ages of 8 and 16. The starting point is that computer science nowadays is an integral part of our life and it is necessary, or maybe even […]