Alesia Krush

Alesia explores the different ways technology impacts people and businesses. Marketing and communications at ObjectStyle. Information and coffee addict. Neil Gaiman fan.


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Running a legal company like it's 2019: how technology helps law professionals stay top of the game

Software Development

Automation and digitalization are coming to verticals across the board. But there is one industry where adoption of the latest technologies has been notoriously slow: the legal vertical.

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Off-the-shelf AI: adopting much-hyped technology with minimum risk

Machine Learning

It is generally believed that AI is out of reach of the average tech company that doesn't specialize in machine learning or other AI technologies specifically. But here is when off-the-shelf AI solutions can help. This post is an overview of these.

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Are you a startup? Here's where you can look for tech talent

Human Resources

Tech hiring it tough. But it is twice as tough if you are a startup. Your hiring brand is still non-existent. Experienced developers are still skeptical about the prospects of your product. So, how do you hire the people you need?

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The subtle art of giving your programming self a break

Human Resources

Have you ever heard of the Pomodoro technique? The 52/17 rule? In this post, we talk about working smarter, not harder — or, in other words, about avoiding burnout in the burnout-prone IT world.

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Web Design Trends for 2019: The Year of the Wave

Web Design

It looks like year 2019 will be the year of bold, animated design that will, quite literally, make your head spin. In this post, we're looking at major design trends for the coming year.

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GDPR is six months old: Any losers so far?

Security

This month marks a six-month anniversary of GDPR. We decided to find out which companies have been fined so far and what precedent this creates for others.