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My Experience With EightRoots Solutions

I appreciate EightRoots Solutions because we work together as a team to support one another continuously. Each individual plays a significant role in the company, so everyone is involved in decision-making processes. As an apprentice, you are quickly accepted into the friendly and open-minded team as an employee. I have already learned a lot from the great trust placed in me and the feedback I get about my tasks.

For my career start in web developing, I wanted an energetic and appealing working environment, close collegial teamwork, a strong client focus, and challenging personal development tasks. In my daily work as a web developer at EightRoots Solutions, these intentions are fully met.

I needed to collaborate with people, face challenging tasks, and take responsibility daily – and consulting promised just that. Now, after a bit more than four months with EightRoots Solutions, I can confidently say that these expectations have been and continue to be met every day. Taking ownership and responsibility for our diverse client and internal projects from day one and driving them to success is at the core of what we do.

I am always challenged to find ways and solutions that guarantee a smooth process for all. It helps a lot that EightRoots Solutions has no rigid structures to work with a lot of creative freedom.

For me, EightRoots Solutions is the perfect blend of professionalism and family atmosphere. My colleagues and I share the motivation to question the status to protect our clients, realizable value. To use innovative approaches and enable high interaction with the clients, it is expected that everyone – regardless of his/ her level – expresses opinions and actively contributes to the project’s overall success from day one. Due to our high focus on clients’ needs, we understand the client requirements, own the project, advise the clients on the best options. That’s how every project becomes a new and exciting challenge.

AI and Machine Learning

Check out how Google Maps uses AI and Machine Learning to understand post-COVID traffic.

1) AI meets ML

People travel over 1 billion km with help from Google Maps in more than 200+ countries. Google uses artificial intelligence (AI) machine learning (ML) to predict whether the traffic along your route is more or less, an estimated travel time, and an estimated time of arrival (ETA).

2) Improving traffic accuracy

Google has partnered with DeepMind, which is an Alphabet AI research lab, to improve the accuracy of its traffic prediction capabilities in maps.” Our ETA predictions have a very high accuracy bar. In fact, we all see that our predictions have been consistently accurate for over 97 per cent of drives,” said Johann Lau, Product Manager, Google Maps.

3) Learning from the data

To predict how traffic will look in the near future, Google analyzes historical traffic patterns for roads over time. For example, one way may show that the 280 freeway in Northern California typically has vehicles travelling at a speed of 65mph between 6-7 am, but only at 15-20mph in the late afternoon. So we then combine this database of historical traffic patterns with the live traffic conditions and using Machine Learning to generate the predictions based on both different sets of data.

4) Varied sources

Two other sources of information are essential to making sure Google to recommend the best route, also authoritative data from local governments and real-time feedback from the users. Traditional data lets Google know about the speed limits, tolls, or if certain roads are restricted due to things like the construction of highways or Covid-19. “And incident reports from drivers let Google quickly show if a road is closed, if there is any construction nearby, or if there’s a disabled vehicle or an object on the road,” – Google.

5) Looking at the big picture

With Google traffic predictions combined with the live traffic conditions, we let you know that if you continue down your current route or there is a good chance that you’ll get stuck in unexpected gridlock traffic about 30 minutes into your ride—which would mean missing your appointment. As a result, Google Maps automatically reroutes you using its knowledge about nearby road conditions and incidents, helping you avoid the jam altogether and get to your appointment on time.

India’s Republic Day History and Significance

72 Republic Day: In the year 1930, 26 January was chosen as the day to announce India is becoming a republic, and on the same day, the Indian National Congress denounced colonial rule and proclaimed Purna Swaraj, “complete freedom from the Britishers”. In 2021 India will celebrate its 72nd Republic Day.

 While India gained independence from the Britishers in 1947, but it wasn’t materialized until 26 January 1950 that the Indian Constitution effected and India became a sovereign state, declaring as a republic. 

This day will be celebrated with much pomp and fervour all over India. Delhi which is India’s capital, parades, tableaus and spectacular displays by the defence forces will display at Rajpath. The Indian flag is hoisted all over the country, including small cities. But this year due to Covid-19 without guest we celebrated flag hoisting.

The Indian Constitution was prepared by Dr BR Ambedkar, who is known as an Architect of the Indian Constitution. In the year 1929,26 January was chosen as the day to announce India becoming a republic, and the Indian National Congress denounced colonial rule and proclaimed Purna Swaraj, “complete freedom from the British”. When the Constitution announced into force in 1950 under a democratic government system, and it was adopted by the Indian Constituent Assembly on 26 November 1949. This is completed the country’s transition into becoming a sovereign republic.

1935 Government of India Act set by the British Raj is changed by the Constitution as the Indian Constitution.

 Along with flag hoisting, reciting the national anthem and organizing shows and events on this day with different forces like defence including the Indian Army, Air Force, Navy, paramilitary forces and police shows their skills and display India’s defensive prowess at the parade on Rajpath, and it is broadcast on media. Along with performing stunts, stunts on motorbikes, air shows, tanks and other weapons systems are also displayed. These are the beautiful decoration of tableaus that reflect the uniqueness and beauty of the various states of India.

10 Reasons Why you Need to Learn Flutter

In 2020, mobile applications have become more popular due to recent Social Distancing situations. To cater to this need, Flutter distinguished among many programming tools available to developers lately.

What is Flutter?

Flutter is an open-source mobile UI framework created by Google and released in May 2017. In brief, it allows programmers to create a native mobile application with only one single codebase. A developer can use only one programming language and one codebase to create apps for iOS and Android.

Flutter consists of two important parts:

  • An SDK (Software Development Kit) 
  • A Framework (UI Library based on widgets)

To develop with Flutter, you will use a programming language called Dart created by Google in October 2011 and has improved a lot over the years.

Dart can be used for front-end development and can be used to create mobile and web applications; Dart is a typed object programming language. Dart’s syntax can is compared to JavaScript.

“Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase.”


Why should you Learn Flutter?

1. The Ease of use

Setting up Flutter on a Mac or a Windows or a Linux machine is a simple process. Google has bundled everything, including Dart, so all components are installed at once with the Flutter Installation Package. 

Flutter gives developers complete control over Cross-Platform Native app development while making the process of development easy. 

“Widgets” are used in Flutter, to make the User Interface easy to use. To build an app in Flutter developer uses building blocks or widgets. 

2. Dart Programming /UI Compliance — Everything is a Widget.

Dart is easy to learn if you have used any OOP language (Java, JS, c#, etc.) as Dart is a typed object programming language. Dart’s syntax can is compared to JavaScript.

Other tools, like React Native, Ionic, Xamarin, etc., use a bridge to communicate with the native environment to create three layers [1. the tool you use (React Native), 2. the bridge (JavaScript), and 3. the native environment], which can impact speed, performance, animation quality, etc.

Dart is different from other cross-platform application development tool eliminating the bridge.

You can learn more about Dart here: Dart Language Tour.

3. Developers increase productivity

Development time is often reduced by 30–40% because the Gradle rebuild times that slow Android developers down typically take longer, with every modification applied.

In Flutter, There’s no need to run another Gradle build— you see your modifications as soon as you save. This increase in productivity comes from Flutter’s “hot reload” or “Stateful Hot Reload” and “Hot Restart.” Together, these allow developers to see changes they make to the state of an app in less than one second; and changes to the app structure in less than ten.

4. The cross-platform approach is a cakewalk with Flutter

Creating Identical Products is a tiresome process of having to make multiple versions of an identical product. In reality, the user experience lags behind that of native applications, because you often end up building the UI experience in “Just In Time” (Java Script) compiled.

With Flutter, along with the “write once” approach advantage, we can create a high performance, “native” experience.

A Flutter App is an “Ahead Of Time” compiled, machine binary executable to overcome several common challenges with cross-platform approaches.

Apart from the above, We will be able to use the same code to create apps for mobile, desktop, and the web with Ease. 

5. Create Minimum Viable Products

Minimal Viable Products (MVPs) have become an important part of the app development process today’s needs. The whole idea of building an MVP is to create the basic app at speed and maximum efficiency. 

Flutter has become a popular choice as it improves efficiency in the process of MVP development. 

6. Single code for Frontend & Backend

Android coding uses separate files for fronted (Views), which are referenced by backend (Java), but Flutter uses a reactive framework with a single language (Dart), which does both the jobs.

7. Out of the box, powerful design experience.

Flutter has Material design specification, to create powerful UI experiences are easy and right out of the box. Like Nativ Applications, we can produce a smooth, crisp experience, because Flutter’s release build is a native application.

Flutter has widgets that implement the Human Interface Design specifications for iOS, allowing you to get that native “feel” on iPhone and iPad.

8. Open-source packages.

A very large set of open source packages available helps you create apps faster, with Ease, making a complicated task much easier, there are many packages currently available. The package library is growing by day by day.

9. Can Work on Different IDEs

Flutter’s advantage is that it has extensions for the two most popular code editors Visual Studio (VS) Code and Android Studio. Developers have the freedom to select either of them when programming with Flutter.

10. Detailed Documentation and Active support community 

The beauty of opensource development is having a very Active Support Community. And on the other hand, Google is continually investing in improving Flutter and Dart. The Fuchsia programming language policy released by Google stated Dart as one of the primary languages to build apps for the OS.

Flutter is also ranked second on GitHub’s 2019 fastest-growing open-source projects by contributors list.

The increased popularity and use of Flutter have created an active and helpful support community. There are online documentation, support forums, and libraries like:

There are constant on-going Flutter events that bring the community together, helping developers grow and solve problems. Please see the events posted on the official website: Flutter Events.

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Happy 74th Independence Day to All Indians

Let’s keep the memories of all the people who sacrificed their lives for our country alive. Wishing you a Happy Independence Day 2020!

Let us honor the struggles of many Bravehearts who fought for the country’s freedom.

Happy 74th Independence Day 2020 to all the Indians Across the World!

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