Nation wide Association of the most technically competent software developing companies from Russia
Over the past several years, Moscow has turned into a global leader in the introduction of urban smart technologies and accessible communications
Russian tech startups are targeting Asia and Latin America, gradually leaving established markets, such as the U.S. and Europe
“We have an ambitious plan to expand to Asia and Latin America”
HackerRank, a free coding practice website, has published a study showing which countries have the best programmers and developers
Skolkovo resident Cloudike (ASD Technologies) has entered the Indonesian market with the launch of its mobile cloud service on the country’s mobile carrier Indosat Ooredoo.
Industry association Russoft and the Moscow Exchange have created a joint working group to help Russian software companies get ready for IPOs
So far, Rusnano has attracted 16.45 billion rubles (roughly $271 million at the current exchange rate) for its new joint investment funds
An upgrade to Russian filter app Prisma will enable arty live video
Russia’s NTechLab start-up has a powerful new face recognition service. FindFace Cloud API is already in use in casinos, banks and social networks.
1C, a Russian developer of business and household software, and Ascon, a developer of engineering software, have invested in their joint venture called Renga Software