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  • DataArt specialists to go to UK to set up shared vision for upcoming project.

    15 January 2004 | Press Release

    A group of DataArt specialists is going to the UK for a series of meetings with one of our clients. The main goal is to set up a shared vision for an upcoming project, discuss the technological details of the future system, and establish a working relationship with the client's IT department. ...

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  • Information Retrieval using Latent Semantic Indexing to be used for Spam Filtering.

    13 January 2004 | Press Release

    Eugene Vostroknutov and Artyom Astafurov have begun work on the deployment of Information Retrieval using Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI). DataArt plans to use the results of this research in anti-spam technologies, information indexing, e-mail categorization, and other R&D program projects. A huge...

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  • DataArt Continues to Grow and Seek Experienced .NET developers.

    12 January 2004 | Press Release

    Basic requirements for applicants are experience of .NET developing, a thorough knowledge of web-based programming, teamwork skills, and knowledge of English. All candidates will be invited for an interview and asked to complete a test exercise developed by DataArt's leading .NET programmers. ...

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  • DataArt's Java Department Continues Seminars Dedicated to Hibernate

    8 January 2004 | Press Release

    The powerful, ultra-high performance object/relational persistence and query service Hibernate is now the most popular ORM solution for Java. DataArt actively uses Hibernate to reduce development costs. Today it was announced that the theme of the next seminar will be "Practical experience...

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  • DataArt Unveils Free Software Section.

    7 January 2004 | Press Release

    Various tools, frameworks and added features, originally written for internal needs, were enriched today by new products created by the Java Department. It was decided to make some of the new software freeware. The list of available shareware products includes the lite version of the Content Management...

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  • Q&A Seminars result in launch of Internal Q&A Project.

    21 December 2003 | Press Release

    This project increases the quality of automatic testing and uses the latest technology. As it is hard to imagine a more scrupulous client than a tester, this latest testing framework was developed by a combined team to ensure satisfaction of all testers' requirements. Generally speaking, software for...

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  • DataArt employees participate in Java Users Group.

    16 December 2003 | Press Release

    The agenda for the next JUG meeting was announced today. The main event will be a speech by one of Microsoft's R&D members on creating a new search engine. The event will be especially interesting for DataArt, since it has always balanced the use of Java and .NET technologies in its work. As a...

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  • .NET developers in touch with Nature.

    5 December 2003 | Press Release

    To help stay in touch with nature, a group of .NET developers at DataArt installed an aquarium complete with five piranhas. These lively fish are helping the team remain cheerful and cordial toward their fellow employees. And feeding five piranhas may possibly become a challenge fit only for the bravest...

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  • Global Technology Forum and Technology Leadership Roundtable.

    4 December 2003 | Press Release

    CIO Collective, the Technology Leadership Council, and DataArt are pleased to announce a major event; the Global Technology Forum and Technology Leadership Roundtable in St. Petersburg Russia. This event will be held on February 4th, 2004. Stuart Robbins, the founder of CIO Collective, is the featured...

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  • DataArt sponsors ACM/ICPC winners.

    4 December 2003 | Press Release

    The ACM/ICPC provides college students the opportunity to interact with peers from other universities while sharpening and demonstrating problem-solving, programming, and teamwork skills. Teams from St. Petersburg, Moscow, Armenia, Siberia, and other regions competed in the 8th Northeastern European...

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