This is the first pass, so it may be a bit rough here and there. Constructive criticism is absolutely welcome!
On Friday evening, July 28th, a good number of Boyle Software’s New York City team gathered at Mia Chef Gelato in Manhattan to share some time and beverages together – and to learn how to make some delicious and refreshing gelato! Chef Jason walked us through the ingredients and science behind the popular Italian ice cream – including the use of the $25,000 Carpigiani gelato machine!
Announcing Bidalyzer, the newest member of the Boyle family of products, libraries and frameworks!
From all of us here at Boyle Software, have a safe and happy Fourth of July!
We love Serverless technology here at Boyle Software – being able to build applications comprised of microservices, which run in response to events, auto-scaling, being able to focus on the business problems rather than infrastructure, lower costs etc – the list goes on.
Boyle Software’s next TechTalk, scheduled for the evening of Monday, June 19th, will feature Lev Gimelfarb discussing his newest creation: the X2 Framework for Node.js. Released to the open source community in May, X2 is a modern framework suiting modern needs. Lev will take us through his thinking behind X2 as well as giving us a peek under the hood.
We are ecstatic to announce the arrival of our newest product: the X2 Framework for Node.js! Designed and developed in-house by our VP of R&D, Lev Gimelfarb, X2 is a collection of modules published with NPM and designed to provide a complete toolset for creating back-end applications that expose RESTful APIs and are backed with a SQL database.
It was completely unexpected. Out-of-the-blue I was asked today by one of my co-workers to write a blog post. I thought hard about which new front-end development tools I have been using lately, but couldn’t think of anything that had had a significant impact on my professional life recently. Then I looked at today’s date and I realized that it is my 20-year anniversary here at Boyle Software. These twenty years certainly had a significant impact on my life…