It’s been two whole decades since Resco first sprung to life. We decided to celebrate this anniversary with a few numbers & stats – check out our infographic. Continue reading
GitHub is a well-known collaboration platform focused on code sharing and version control. Thanks to the integration of GitHub into Woodford, you are able to log the history of changes made in your mobile projects. You can also use this feature to revert back to older versions of projects.
Furthermore, multiple users can now cooperate and store their progress in a single repository with no data loss. Continue reading
Resco.next 2018 is over and as the photos can prove, it was an eventful two days. We hope you enjoyed yourself and will join us next time, when we come to Rome. But for the time being, how did we perceive the event? Who were some of the new faces you could have seen at the event, and what did they think about it?
Resco’s premier annual conference took place in Prague this year. With more than 200 attendees from 24 different countries it was the most successful edition so far and we sure had a great time. Thank you to our partners and customers who joined us, and those who supported us remotely.
We were thrilled to kick off the conference with an exciting Opening Keynote delivered by Resco’s CEO, Radomir Vozar, with a comprehensive summary of the current status and new plans to move the entire Resco ecosystem forward. Radomir’s guests included UNHCR – the United Nations Refugee Agency, whose representatives also described using Resco for non-profit purposes such as refugee registration in Africa, Middle East, and South America. The keynote was then followed by 27 engaging sessions (both business and technical) with an abundance of networking opportunities.
For those of you who couldn’t make the 2018 edition, let us share some insights about Resco’s updated partner strategy: Continue reading
With the ever-growing popularity of map-related planning capabilities among partners and customer alike, we have created a new, standalone solution. Continue reading
Why welcoming a Japanese intern on board was such a great idea
Did you know?
…that 15 million Japanese people speak English? Quite a number, right? Well, when you look at the bigger picture – the fact is, there are more than 127 million people inhabiting one of 6000 Japanese islands. We can assume that every 8th or 9th person in Japan has some knowledge of the English language. Continue reading