Showing posts from March, 2017

Livestream: Introducción a ReactJS, con Erifranck

Hola. Hoy, el equipo de 4Geeks University estuvo llevando a cabo el primer livestream, y lo dedicamos a ReactJS, como una de las librerías más potentes, creada por Facebook e impulsada por la comunidad.

4Geeks University es una plataforma de educación online, en el cual el equipo está preparando el lanzamiento.

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4Geeks at Outsource2LAC 2017

Hi folks! On this week we participated at Outsource2LAC event here in San Jose, Costa Rica. This event has become the most prominent Outsourcing and Offshoring forum. It's all about business meetings, and 4Geeks was there!

4946 Business Meetings. 47 Conferences. 190 Speakers.

So, we connect with some companies in Mexico, Canada and USA to support them on their digital product creation and management.

See you at Outsource2LAC 2018 in Trinidad & Tobago.

Teams, Microsoft’s Slack rival, opens to all Office 365 users

By Ingrid Lunden.

After unveiling a limited preview of Teams in November last year, Microsoft is now rolling out its collaboration and communication platform, positioned as a rival to Slack, more widely: Teams is now available, and free, for all 85 million monthly active users of Office 365, Microsoft’s suite of cloud services and apps as a web app and native apps for Windows, iOS and Android.

Along with it, the company is announcing some 150 integrations with third-party services like Asana, Zendesk and Hootsuite, alongside the ability to chat (with other humans or with bots), security services, customization options and more.

(No word on when and whether Teams would expand outside the Office 365 ecosystem: “We’ve had some discussions but right now remain focused on our huge user base,” noted Mira Lane, Microsoft Teams’ UX lead.)

The wider launch comes in the wake of some reasonable success so far. Microsoft said the Teams preview has had some 50,000 organizations sign up and try out the…