5 November 2015
Meetup Paris Scala User Group (PSUG)
Last October, 22nd we welcomed Paris Scala User Group (PSUG) meetup. The PSUG organize recurrent meetings between users and guests around Scala language.
During this 58th PSUG meetup, speakers talked about 3 main topics:
- First, “Back to ScalaWorld” by Valentin Kasas and Vivien
- Next, “When Scala hold the hand of Java!” Scala has been developed to be interoperable with Java, so in this session we could discover what Scala propose to support Java.
- And finally, “Scala Applicative”. In this third part of the meetup, speakers explained, thanks to a set of libraries what is really hide behind the abstraction which is a little more powerful than Functors (map).
After, attendees could exchange with experts around different topics around the famous buffet!
Maltem Bios Openbridge //Life at Maltem
22 October 2015
Commitment is not only a concept !
An excellent show of solidarity…All the staff of Maltem Group participate in the collection of donations for the ZAZAKELY orphanage.
This involvement has allowed the orphanage to give the best comfort to children with happier and more pleasant dormitories, a renovate class room with more materials for studies in a friendly atmosphere, and also a new playroom for more fun! And of course the capacity to welcome more children.
Thanks to the participation of every one, children will live better in the ZAZAKELY orphanage in Madagascar.
We have been supporting the ZAZAKELY orphanage but also MANDRESY, for more than 4 years now.
Maltem Bios Openbridge //Business
21 October 2015
Maltem Consulting Group plays the data massive processing card with AlgoQuest
We are glad to inform you about our new collaboration with AlgoQuest !
Created in 2011 AlgoQuest is the first solution of acceleration of Relational Database in complete reversed form. It is unique on the market: this technology allows to analyze ten times faster significant volumes of databases.
Exchanges, closeness and support are words which speak to Maltem Consulting Group. One of our ambitions is to support each of our clients during their technological evolution bringing quality services. In order to do so we have to adapt ourselves and use technologies of new generation.
This new collaboration brings many advantages for both AlgoQuest and Maltem Consulting Group. Our priority is to build together a close relation developing concepts considered as industrial standards. Our consultants already work with AlgoQuest teams on various projects of R&D with strong added value.
Michel Rasson, Commitment Director within Maltem Consulting Group: “We are proud to start this successful collaboration with AlgoQuest. Our synergies allow us to work in the same way and make us expert in the massive processing of significant volume of data around the relational database sector. Our strong business knowledge and the rigor of methodology together with AlgoQuest make our partnership a strong differentiator. Some projects are already in progress in the banking sector”.
5 October 2015
Meetup Human Learning & Machine Learning
This last 29th of September we welcomed the “Paris Learning Geek”: a meetup around the improvement of the human learning (Human Learning & Machine Learning).
It was the opportunity to know more about the science evolution and numerical technologies through different point of view. To keep pace with these changes we have to always adapt ourselves and regularly update our knowledge.
And as always we ended around a buffet, for a moment of sharing.
Maltem Openbridge //Inspiration
29 September 2015
The mini-talks – MeetUp Android
The « PAUG » (Paris Android User Group) MeetUp took place last Tuesday in our premises.it was organized as mni-talks, each composed with 6 speakers talking about different topics. It was a little be different from what we are used to do. Mini talks but not mini contains. Attendees could discovered or rediscovered topics like:
- EfficientAdapter Library, presented by Stan Kocken
Simplicity is equal to save time. Create a list of RecyclerView or ViewHolder elements is an easy matter neither for beginners nor others. The objective of this library is to simplify the handling. Pictures here.
- The new ExoPlayer tool, presented by Julien Savi
The new Android Media Player tool is used to play a wide range of video formats (DASH, HLS…) with a DRM contain support reducing the buffering compared to a basic Media Player. Pictures here.
- Accessibility on Android, presented by Adrien Couque
Applications are available to people with eye troubles more or less serious. To make his application accessible in no case it should take a lot of efforts. The answer with a video here.
- The tool Blynk, presented by Cedric Finance
To create dashboard on your mobile: use Blynk. Data produced by Arduino or Raspberry Pi are quickly handled and can be controlled. Look at the demo by Cedric Finance in video.
- Learn how to use translations under Android, presented by Florent Champigny
Add parallax to applications or reproduce a customized animation are not easy work. Florent Champigny talked about this matter explaining how to think differently and how to design effects working with several view position and translations. This could allow to give an illusion of depth in the application in order to have an exceptional final result. Explanation with video here.
- Data Binding Library, presented by Guillaume Bernard
Guillaume Bernard explained to us the functionalities offered by the Data Binding Library, and also its functioning and architectural patterns which could be used. He disclosed some comments about a mini applications totally developed with the Data Binding Library to approach advantages and some limits. The demo here.
As always, we ended the evening around a buffet. It was the opportunity to meet new people and discover, of course, new experiences about several projects.
16 September 2015
MeetUp Symfony in Maltem Consulting Group’s premises
Last evening Maltem Consulting Group welcomed more than 80 developers, curious and passionate to attend to the MeetUp Symfony. This session was special because it was orientated “Home open source”, but not only! Ambitious projects were presented like:
- “swarrot” a library allowing to create workers, presented by Olivier Dolbeau
- “JoliNotif” and “PHP7-checker” two projects presented by Loïk Piera. “JoliNotif”: a notification system multi OS (Windows/Linux/OSXà) thanks to a PHP script; “PHP7-checker”: a library PHP which analyzes the code and identifies configuration and syntax errors statically for a perfect accounting under PHP7.
- And finally “Nekland Base Admin Bundle”: set of files and repositories allowing to design a back office from scratch, presented by Maxime Veber.
As always, we ended around a buffet and some beers for a moment of sharing, playing billiards and table soccer…of course!