The world’s first computer program was written by Ada Lovelace in 1843. And the term ‘software engineer’ was coined by Margaret Hamilton, who also happened to be the woman responsible for the software that landed Apollo 11 safely on the moon. In fact the history of tech is studded by brilliant women. Yet just 26% of today’s tech workforce is female. So what’s going wrong, why does it matter, and what can we do about it?
Different types of virtualization are used as abstractions of different physical IT resources such as servers, desktops, databases, storage, networks and services. For software development as well as IT operation the aim of virtualization is to foster flexibility, efficiency and agility while reducing the overall IT expenses.
Worldwide it is estimated that there are over 6.6 billion smartphone users, and the mobile app industry is thriving – around 90% of mobile device usage is devoted to apps. This insight focuses on the quality assurance of mobile applications and outlines why automated mobile testing-as-a-service (AMTaaS) is considered a game changer for mobile app quality assurance.
Burkina Faso's Ministry of Finance and KfW joined forces to improve the donor funds’ management. With BearingPoint’s help, the two organizations implemented SIGFE, a blockchain-based solution allowing better planning and full transparency of projects.
BearingPoint supported Burkina Faso’s Ministry of Finance and KfW in improving the management of donor funds by implementing a blockchain-based solution for better planning and greater transparency of projects.