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Python is an excellent language for Blockchain projects because it's secure, performant, scalable and very safe. Although Blockchain is written in C++, many developers and data scientists turn to other languages to build their blockchains. Here are five good reasons why Python is an excellent language for a Blockchain. 1. It's advanced and easy to learn Python has been around for several years now, and its position in the tech scene is getting...

In the development of digital products we often start from assumptions - some more recognized than others - but under the pressure to move fast and have a "Product delivered and working", we tend to skip the validation of these assumptions and we are exposed. The risk is high. This happens, for example, when we make decisions and move forward in the development of features that are not supported by observations...

What is Python? Python is free and open source code designed to be simple, fast and easy to read. It was developed by Guido Van Rossum in 1989 with the mission to make coding simple and fun again. Python is amazingly versatile and can be used for everything from web development to data science. This versatility is a feature that very few programming languages can boast the way Python does. Why do...

Woxlab built a partnership strategy with Creative Coefficient, an Argentinean software factory, which needed to allocate idle resources in Software projects. It started from a planning and implementation model to cover a wide portfolio of software and related IT projects focused on the Staff Augmentation business that Woxlab needed to cover. Project Description. Considering the increase in the number of projects due to the Covid 19 situation, Woxlab needed to double the...

What is React? Technically not a framework, React is a JavaScript library used in web development for interactive elements in websites and user interfaces. Created by Facebook, React is also used to build web and mobile apps. This JS library provides a lot of flexibility, as it uses components that can be used to create more sophisticated logic and user interfaces. It also uses a virtual DOM to interact with HTML docs,...

Two common ways to price are by adding a profit percentage to your cost or by basing your price off of your competitors. Where value-based pricing differs is that you aren’t just looking at the numbers. Instead you’re determining how much your audience believes your product is worth. Cristian Candia, Business Development Manager at Woxlab, makes a case for why value-based pricing could be the right model for your business, especially if...