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jug.ch: Architecture of the Wemlin Hub

jug.ch: Architecture of the Wemlin Hub

12 March in Zürich

The interesting architecture of real-time systems: Netcetera’s Wemlin is responsible for gathering real-time data from transport authorities and delivering them to people’s smart phones immediately. At the Java User Group Switzerland event in Zürich on 12 March 2015, Netcetera expert Ognen Ivanovski, the winner of this year's Jazoon Best Talk Award, presents the architecture of the Wemlin Hub.

Incentive Systems and Payment Conference

Incentive Systems and Payment Conference

3 March in Zürich

According to Apple, the mobile payment method Apple Pay is only available in the US so far. Is this really true? Netcetera expert Thomas Fromherz shares his experiences with Apple Pay in Swiss stores at the Payment Conference on 3 March 2015.

Switzerland mobilizes against cash

Switzerland mobilizes against cash

2015-02-19: The Swiss love cash. But that will all change with contactless payments using credit cards and smartphones. This year, several initiatives have started in Switzerland that should make cashless payments more attractive to customers. The systems differ a lot. Read how Netcetera's expert, Thomas Fromherz, Head of Payment & Card Services, assesses the current situation surrounding mobile payments in Switzerland and more.
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More accessibility to citizens via mobile

More accessibility to citizens via mobile

2015-02-13: The Swiss police want to be accessible to its citizens. Six cantons have apps in place. Over 200,000 downloads are proof that the strategy is successful. However, these are only the first steps on the road to a digital police force. Read the article from «swiss made software – the book», which puts a spotlight on Switzerland as a location for IT development. read on More accessibility to citizens via mobile

The successful call for tenders

The successful call for tenders

2015-02-13: The procurement of governmental software takes too long (already requiring further maintenance before becoming operational), it is too expensive (also for many suppliers) and it often fails. Is it possible to have successful software procurement despite WTO constraints? Walter Duss, Senior Project Manager & Consultant at Netcetera, gets to the root of this topic in  the "swiss made software" book. read on The successful call for tenders

The modern programmer

The modern programmer

About the development of software development

2015-02-03: Over the past few years, the world of software development has significantly changed in many ways. We have made great technological advances. Developers have increasingly better tools at their disposal. However, the requirements and expectations of software and the complexity of projects are also increasing significantly. Therefore, what we need today is less software developers and more software engineers. Read the article by Netcetera’s CTO Corsin Decurtins which was published on inside-it.ch. read on The modern programmer

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