ObjectStyle Team

ObjectStyle is a team of software developers extraordinare based in Belarus, Poland, and USA. On a mission to provide for the future of businesses through innovative tech.


Choosing a legacy software modernization strategy

legacy software system modernization and migration

We have put together this article by talking to the people involved in software modernization projects (in leading positions) here at ObjectStyle. The goal is to help decision-makers choose an optimal software modernization strategy.

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Wanna be a GIS developer? Join ObjectStyle's new Geospatial Competency Center

GIS software development

ObjectStyle is putting together a Geospatial Competency Center. To staff it with the best IT professionals out there, we're calling on all developers with relevant competencies - or a relevant interest. No prior geospatial systems experience is required!

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Project Management Glossary: 33 Essential Terms

Project Management glossary terms

The reason we decided to put together this glossary is that we write a lot about software project management on ObjectStyle’s blog. We hope it will be useful to anyone reading about project management and/or struggling to understand the PM jargon.

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ObjectStyler Savva Kolbachev wins 3rd prize in Computer Vision contest by Chimp&See

detecting monkeys in a computer vision competition

Congrats to ObjectStyler Savva Kolbachev and his team for winning the 3rd prize in Computer Vision contest organized by Chimp&See!

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15 great programming blogs you may not have heard about

Best programming blogs

The goal of this roundup is to help you discover new programming blogs that may not be insanely popular, but are still worth checking out. Let's shed some light on individual authors who put out great content, but haven't gotten into major spotlight yet.

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Changing the World from GitHub: 15 Open-Code Initiatives That Drive Social Change

civil society initiatives on GitHub

Technology has the power to revamp our societies in previously unimaginable ways through easier access to information, greater transparency and increased public awareness. Sometimes it's the government, and sometimes it’s the citizens that take charge.

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