Blog Eneko Astigarraga

Python, the most popular programming language of the year

Oct 30, 2019

IEEE Spectrum has published its sixth annual list with the most popular programming languages of the year across multiple platforms, and, once again Python repeats in 2019 as the undisputed leader, as it will happen in 2017 and 2018.

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Open Source Lisbon conference

Oct 10, 2019

It was the first time that we participate at the Open Source Lisbon Conference, and we should point out the event as a really great meeting, no doubt. The Lisbon convention is considered the largest Open Source event in Portugal and also a worldwide reference. This year Open Source Lisbon 2019 took place on October 4th at Centro Cultural de Belém.

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Successful Librecon Open Source conference

Dec 31, 2018

Bilbao has been for two days, November 21st - 22nd, a reference hub for the dissemination of the avant-garde technologies based on open code. LIBRECON powered by CEBIT, one of the most prominent European events on open technologies, has brought together in the Euskalduna Conference Centre in Bilbao more than 1200 participants from 600 companies, 70 presentations from outstanding experts and to 40 exhibitor companies, all references in the ICT sector based on open code.

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From Bordeaux to Bilbao - from B-BOOST to LIBRECON -, the Open Source in the heart of the Euroregion

Nov 17, 2018

In November 2018, the Euroregion New Aquitaine - Navarre - Euskadi hosts two important events on free software and open technologies: November 6 - 7 in Bordeaux B-BOOST Open Source International Convention (Business Opportunities with Open Source Technologies) and November 21 - 22 in Bilbao, LIBRECON Powered by CEBIT, the reference international event in the south of Europe of the open technologies sector applied to strategic sectors of the economy. CodeSyntax, our company, and ESLE, our open source association, will be present at both successful events.

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Guide2Wear, Public transport services with wearable devices for different mobility types

Oct 10, 2014

A new R&D project started at home: Guide2Wear. The project Guide2Wear will evaluate the potential of wearable devices for future travel services and provide a prototype for public transport navigation services with additional functions using a wearable device. Guide2Wear project is granted within the ERA-NET TRANSPORT III (ENTIII), transport flagship call initiative 2013 “Future Travelling” and the project partners are Fraunhofer IVI (Germany), VTI (Sweden), FACTUM (Austria), InnoZ (Germany), the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (Austria), Transport & Mobility Leuven (Belgium) and CodeSyntax (Basque Country)

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