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More articles by Gigi Sayfan

Author Bio
Gigi Sayfan is the chief platform architect of VRVIU, a start-up developing cutting-edge hardware + software technology in the virtual reality space. Gigi has been developing software professionally for 21 years in domains as diverse as instant messaging, morphing, chip fabrication process control, embedded multi-media application for game consoles, brain-inspired machine learning, custom browser development, web services for 3D distributed game platform, IoT/sensors and most recently virtual reality. He has written production code every day in many programming languages such as C, C++, C#, Python, Java, Delphi, Javascript and even Cobol and PowerBuilder for operating systems such as Windows (3.11 through 7), Linux, Mac OSX, Lynx (embedded) and Sony Playstation. His technical expertise includes databases, low-level networking, distributed systems, unorthodox user interfaces and general software development life cycle.
For Enterprise Zone | January 12, 2017
Learn how to future-proof your career by combine innovations from multiple areas to achieve synergies.
For Security Zone | December 30, 2016
Security is hard. It takes dedicated attention, knowledge and meticulous execution. It is also an ongoing process. It's important to educate stakeholders and clarify the state of security, the risks and mitigations. You need to be vigilant and on your toes.
For Architecture Zone | December 28, 2016
Learn why gRPC is a solid framework that serves its purpose very well.
For Web Development Zone | December 16, 2016
In this article, Gigi Sayfan introduces you to React, Redux and the answer to the paradox of choice and JavaScript fatigue.
For Architecture Zone | December 5, 2016
Powershell's new cross-platform status will significantly increase its reach and relevance in the Enterprise. It will also eliminate a lot of duplicate script code and/or allow using PowerShell in scripting scenarios that previously required Python or Ruby.
For Database Development Zone | November 25, 2016
The power of containers shines brightest when you build large systems made up of many machines running lots of interacting containers. That's were Docker Swarm comes -- arguably the simplest orchestration solution for Docker containers and it is built into the Docker engine itself.
For Enterprise Zone | November 15, 2016
Big data belongs in the cloud and has become much more reasonable to run the applications that manage, sift and display the data in the cloud as well.
For Dev Issues | October 26, 2016
The main draw of WebVR is that it lets gazillions of Web developers take advantage of their experience, skills and tools to develop VR applications and content that will be broadly available.
For Dev Issues | October 18, 2016
It will be very interesting to see how the container landscape evolves. Are developers going to stick with the incumbent, yet quickly innovating, Docker or are they going to flock to the supposedly superior newcomer?
For Agile | October 6, 2016
If you're an aspiring entrepreneur who has considered starting your own company, Alas may be just the right thing for you.
For Java Zone | October 5, 2016
Java continues to evolve despite having been around for 20 years. If you're looking for the bleeding edge, Java might not be your best bet. However, if you're an existing Java developer, no need to worry about your marketability.
For Dev Issues | September 28, 2016
See why Go is ideally suited for building micro-services that run on multi-core machines.
For Dev Issues | September 26, 2016
The AMP Project promotes a restricted subset of existing Web technologies that can improve mobile performance.
For Enterprise Zone | September 21, 2016
Gigi Sayfan brings some clarity to the concept of the methodology and investigates various prominent methodologies and their manifestation in processes, programming language, frameworks and tools.
For Agile | September 15, 2016
If you want to deliver the maximum business value in each iteration of your project, you have to be very aware and explicit about what you plan and how you go about it. Learn more about the key to making this happen.
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