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In our February newsletter, as always, you will find a lot of information about Qt technology. Additionally, you will read about a worthy replacement for Google Authenticator and learn how to turn synthetic materials into... 3D printer one. Finally, we will present a 10-second and extremely accurate test on COVID-19.
We’ve got a new review on Clutch!
- Above all, I appreciate their excellent communication and flexibility - these are the words of Pedro Gomez, Product Director at Run It Once Poker, who is one of our clients and was recently tempted to evaluate our project work at Clutch.
Postgres optimization with crosstab
One of the most interesting projects realized in the last year by our Web team was creating a service to analyze our client’s trends and product sales forecasts. They were supposed to be generated from considerable historical sales data with a group of defined indicators taken into account.
Introduction to performance testing: load and stress testing QA
Each tester has or at least should have met the concept of performance or stress tests in their work. They may even have been commissioned to do them and they are reading this article to find the answer to the question of what they are and what distinguishes them from the others. In this text, I will try to introduce some concepts and types of tests that fall within the scope of performance testing in a broad sense.
Milo Solutions Proud to be a Highly Ranked App Development Firm in Clutch
We have been implementing projects for our clients for over 10 years. That results in opinions that drive us to even greater effort, especially those on the Clutch website, where we have been present for several months.
Newsletter Milo - October
In the October Newsletter, you will find a lot of information about Qt 6, the release of which is getting closer. You will also learn the story of the man who cheated Tesla's algorithms and the successor to the famous Hubble telescope. We invite you to the Milo Newsletter!
M. Iskierko: working in Milo, for a company from Silicon Valley os prestige
Michał Iskierko is a man of many talents - triathlete, drummer, amateur carpenter, but above all, our Senior Software Developer. At the same time, he is the person who has been working in Milo for the longest time. In the interview with Kacper, Michał talked among others about his beginnings in the company. In 2012, a project of and electronic menu was like jumping in at the deep end. Remote work with people from the US - that involved the time shift - he reminisces.
Milo Newsletter - September
We know the effects of a large discussion on the future of QProperty and the changes to the properties of Qt 6. Gitpod as open-source? A new "era" coming for Chromebooks? A new electrocatalyst has been found that can turn water into ... ethanol - you will find this and much more in our September newsletter.
Milo Newsletter - August
In the August Milo newsletter, you will find out, among others: why the changes in Qt will affect the QtGui, QtQuick, and QtOpenGL modules, the system that Elon Musk uses in managing its companies, and we will also show you some astrophotos that will take your breath away. We're inviting you to #MiloNewsletter.
Kacper Gazda: I started with Qt development for a small company in Lublin
What's the origin of the name Milo? Why did one of the clients want to demolish our company, and another threaten us with millions of dollars fines? Who is the role model for our chairman, and why does he have a note saying Listen to Agata? - our CEO, Kacper Gazda, answered those and other questions, starting the series of interviews - 10 questions for the 10th anniversary.