This post will cover examples of ETL frameworks, which are the easiest and most comprehensive way to approach ETL in Python.
This week, the Sphere Cast team interviews Ugochi Owo, CEO of Flindel—a platform that is making consumer returns as easy as ordering a pizza from your phone.
Serverless computing lets the developer focus on what’s most important - development - and not have to worry about the underlying details of infrastructure and maintenance. Other benefits such as autoscaling, pay-as-you-go and on-demand provisioning make this a no-brainer if you are building stateless HTTP applications, web and mobile apps, IoT and sensor apps, data
This week, the SphereCast team connects with Emile Chouha, Co-founder at LunchBox — a Montreal-based digital app, all about helping friends discover new restaurants at the lowest prices.
There’s no doubt about it - AR and VR are the hottest technologies right now, next to AI. As the COVID-19 pandemic restricts in-person interaction, more and more people see the benefits of AR/VR in their everyday life. So, what does the future of AR/VR look like? From augmented retail shopping to virtual travel,
An understanding of data maturity can guide a company's transformation from being clueless about data to taking advantage of its full potential. In this post we compare different approaches to data maturity.
Python is currently the hottest programming language but could Rust replace Python for high performance projects? In this post we examine pros and cons of both programming languages.
This week, the SphereCast team speaks with Yaniv Grinblat, Head of Business Development at Bridgify — a Tel Aviv-based travel and hospitality startup that uses technology to take the pain out of travel planning.
Innovation Engineering is a framework for engineering solutions with innovation and emerging new technologies. In this post we uncover what Innovation Engineering means and how to start thinking in this way.
Many surprises come up during M&A technical due diligence. It’s always better to find them—and manage them appropriately—sooner than later.