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Today we launch our InnoGames championship!

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You already know about us that we are passionate about technology, the development of business ideas and we are up to date with everything related to web, mobile and eCommerce. What you did not know is that we are huge fans of games and we are very good at it! This is why we decided to organize our own championship,…

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Bulgaria PHP Conference 2016 – Game ON!

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We have to admit that Bulgaria PHP Conference was one of the coolest events that we have attended.   There is a lot to discuss in giving a full overview of the event, but we’ll try to summarise our experience. The three-day event took place on October 7th – October 9th, in Sofia, Bulgaria, and gathered PHP and front-end developers…

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A journey into the heart of Innobyte

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We all know that the work environment is very important for everybody, right? It’s simple: happy employees sustain a continuous growing business. However, here, at Innobyte, we are more than happy employees; we like to think of ourselves as a family, and each and every one of us has its important role and place in the heart of Innobyte.   A perfect place to…

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InnoTalks for more than a year

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(Welcome! We don’t serve cookies, but we most likely have beer!) It’s been more than a year since we launched InnoTalks, a series of presentations held by our team, here, in Innobyte, on different topics, from web development, to quality assurance, latest technologies, project management, start-ups and so on. We believe that learning is a continuous process and that success comes…

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Innobyte was at the first Meet Magento conference in Romania, Cluj

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And what a great time we had, as all of the attendees seem to have had, as well! Meet Magento and Mind Magnet did a great job with organizing the conference on September 13th, 2014, and, as a first Meet Magento event ever to take place in Romania, it was a valuable experience for both attendees and organizers. We were excited…

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ArnoldC : IT’S SHOWTIME

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What is ArnoldC ? ArnoldC is a programming language based on the one-liners of Arnold Schwarzenegger. ArnoldC is an imperative programming language where the basic keywords are replaced with quotes from different Schwarzenegger movies. Parsing is done with Parboiled and ASM is used to generate the Java bytecode.   How to code in ArnoldC ? First, we need to download it :

Create a new…

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Why developers love Symfony ?

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Symfony offers a state-of-the-art foundation on which they can build custom features with ease. Not only that it offers the tools to build the features, it also offers an unparalleled debugging environment which also includes a birds-eye view over an entire request, starting from the configuration of the environment going to a timeline of the request showing all the moving…

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Let`s start to learn symfony2!

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Lesson1 – How to install symfony2.4 in only 4 steps? Step1. We need to install composer. What is composer ? Composer is a dependency manager for PHP. Just like PEAR for PHP. Or just like npm for node.js. Or Bundler for Ruby. Or apt-get for Ubuntu. You can read more about composer here. Download composer to your computer :

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CTF Write-Up: Web Challenges

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After a somewhat short holiday we finally found the time to properly discuss the solutions to our first CTF. In the following days I will try to shed some light on the solutions to Innobyte’s first endeavor in organizing a CTF competition, to talk about how my team and I solved (some of) the challenges and the ups and downs…

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