As a partner of Corruption Research Centre Budapest, Precognox is participating in the DIGIWHIST Horizon 2020 project. DIGIWHIST aims to build a platform which can analyze procurement data from 35 European countries in various languages. Also, the whistleblower platform will be implemented during the project.
The project is lead by the University of Cambridge, other members of the consortium are
We are proud to announce that two of our emplyoees - Tünde Molnár and Gábor István Kulcsár - passed their ISTQB CTFL exam on January 30th, 2015.
Software testing as a profession and the related ISTQB certification is increasingly popular around the world. The International Software Testing Qualification Board was founded in Belgium in 2002 - involving highly regarded testing professionals - for the purpose of creating a basic, fundamental set of 'testing regulations' that can be applied in software testing all around the world.
Congratulations to them!
We did so, because we firmly believe its tag line: "Great teams are built of great people". This is how we want to build a great software development team!
You can relive the event by watching the presentations online: Stretch presentations
Yesterday, our computational linguist, Zoltan Varju, was the guest of the MicroData research group at the Central European University. Zoltan talked about how we work on data driven R&D projects at Precognox and attended the group’s regular lunch where members of the team shared their thoughts on on-going projects. We are working with the research group on kozbeszerzes.ceu.hu, the searchable database of Hungarian procurement data since last year and it was exciting to see how an academic research group works on data driven projects. You can find the slides of the presentation on our Hungarian blog.