In .NET, an easy way for you to simplify querying datasets is LINQ. Java doesn’t have this, but since the introduction of Java 8 in 2014, you do now have the possibility to use "streams". Both LINQ and streams are ways to simplify querying datasets and to provide developers with an easy API to use. Streams are similar to LINQ in many ways, but there are still some differences.February 23, 2017 by Raf Ceuls|
Since a couple of years, Flemish newspaper De Standaard organises a quiz for youngsters aged 18 to 25, called “Het Grootste Licht” (Eng. Mr. or Mrs. Mega Brain). In collaboration with Hello bank!, the winner of this year’s edition can win a Hello bank!-prepaid card worth 3,000 euros or a trip to Cuba. The idea? Gather as much points as you can in each round and make it to the live shows.February 16, 2017|
Last week, two of our employees visited their alma mater at the Karel de Grote-college (KdG) to present two proposals of an internship at our company. This was part of an event the KdG did to introduce their students to prospective businesses and vice versa.
The two proposals were: Digital Signage and Support Assistant. Both are going to be Java web applications based on our open source framework Across. The projects have a broad focus ranging from integration with sources to responsive presentation on various screens (tablet, television, smartphone).February 9, 2017|