7 December 2017

“The cloud stands for extreme computing power and the latest innovations”

Modern digital services are built on cloud platforms and for mobile users, but many people have a narrow view of cloud services. Jari Lindholm is joining Qvik to develop its cloud business and consolidate technology partnerships.

27 November 2017

Going to Slush for the first time? You gonna wanna read this.

The most hyped Finnish tech event is right around the corner. Qvik has been involved with Slush ever since we built the first official Slush App in 2013, and here are our tips on how to make most of the event.

23 November 2017

Three things we learned at ReactiveConf 2017

Ville Pelkonen, Samuli Laine and Samuel Backman represented Qvik at ReactiveConf 2017 in Bratislava, Slovakia. Here are the three most insightful learnings they picked from the sessions.

20 November 2017

Why aren’t online stores selling?

Good online store design can be boiled down to two basic tenets: focus on the essential and no gimmicks. This applies equally to traditional and mobile sites.

16 November 2017

Smooth sailing with Tallink Silja’s mobile services

Qvik has been Tallink Silja’s mobile consultant for three years and we couldn’t be happier with the results. After the launch of the new mobile booking service in 2015, mobile revenue has grown by 800% – and that’s not all that’s happened.

14 November 2017

Unveiling Data Science: First steps towards Bayesian neural networks with Edward

Artificial neural networks have become increasingly popular models for solving all kinds of machine learning tasks from image classification to regression analysis. We have been testing a new and promising, probabilistic approach to their training, and compared these new methods with the usual textbook approach.

7 November 2017

The battle for the lock screen is on – can you use an app without opening it?

News applications around the world are looking for new, more user-friendly ways to make use of notifications. In Finland, this is being pioneered by the Yle Uutisvahti team.

31 October 2017

Donald Duck initiates toddlers into the mysteries of coding

Programming languages have been part of the primary school curriculum for more than a year, but children can now start learning it even younger. Qvik served as a consulting expert on Akun aamutoimiaparaatti (Donald’s Morning Machine), one of the first coding books for toddlers.





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