Previous weekend was very successful for our office colleagues. From 9th to 10th June our guys participated in a 48-hourly marathon called – Bialjam* 2018. Our co-workers, Maciej Iwaniuk and Szymon Zdanowski with their teams joined the competition, and we want to show their work! The goal of the event is to popularise the art of creating computer games. Teams consisted of at most 5 members and their task was to create a game which will be connected in any way to randomly chosen topic . This year event’s subject was “Janusze” (in Poland this is an irreverent way to describe stereotypical middle aged polish man, who snoops business everywhere and every day with his son, named Pioter, think how to gain money in any possible, crafty way). *Bialystok’s Creating Computer Games Competition Maciej Iwaniuk’s team won 2nd place with the“Janusze on OLY”. Due to the topic, the team decided to make their game simply and comic. “Janusze on OLY” is a game for 2 to 6 players. A little bit about the rules: OLY’s rules are mapping other game named Dobbled. It’s a typical observation game. To play we need one computer to display requests, and every […]
It was with great pleasure that BitCraft received an award for Innovation. In our short history it is already the second time we have been noticed for our work. On 22nd of May during the 10th annual gala of „Innowacje 2016” held by Kurier Poranny and NOT we have been awarded in the category of „digital solutions”. It is the first time that we have participated in this ranking and as it seems the first time’s a charm. The award has been given in multiple categories, in „digital solutions” our internal projects such as Auto On-Boarder, Project Starter and Conference Booking System proved to outclass the competition. Internal projects have their own quality to it, that special feeling. Ideas for those products came from within, from our own team. The execution, the concept, the architecture and of course the overall success is all because of team effort. We hereby say a big „thank you” to all who contributed. We had the pleasure to stand beside such great companies, with long business history as AC S.A., ZETO, Promotech or TenderHut. Congratulations to all! Additional info: Auto On-Boarder Application which renders manual on-boarding processes obsolete. It is an automatic system which with one click […]
We are proud to say that BitCraft has been recognized with the Seal of Excellence by the European Commission. The Certificate has been delivered by the EC as the institution managing Horizon 2020 a programme for Research and Innovation 2014-2020. Our mobile project under a working title PharmAlert has been submitted in the area of Accelerating market introduction of ICT solutions for Health, WellBeing and Ageing Well. The “Seal of Excellence” quality label is awarded to promising projects submitted under Horizon 2020 which could not secure funding due to budgetary constraints but received high assessment scores in the demanding and independent evaluation process. Commissioners Corina Creţu, responsible for Regional Policy said: “For 2014-2020, €100 billion worth of investments from the European Regional Development Fund will foster research and innovation, including over €32 billion earmarked to support SMEs, startups and entrepreneurs, the main drivers of innovation in Europe. The Seal of Excellence will help identify and support innovative projects and help them grow and compete internationally.” The evaluation screens against three defined criteria (excellence, impact and quality & efficiency of implementation) and identifies those proposals that are considered as meriting funding (above threshold). Going through creating, planning and submitting the project we have bettered ourselves in business planning. So, for future reference, we can gladly help […]
Our small contribution to the Python community in Bialystok. This powerful and fast language gathers more and more followers around the globe, Bialystok is no exception. Each month Python fanatics meet during “Pystok” nights and indulge in the vast world of software engineering. Last meeting was special, it was a sort of a round celebration – 12th meeting. Bitcraft was one of the most active participants and supporters during that night. Our Code Sheriff straight from Tunisia – Mehdi ben Jaafar gave an outstanding lecture about Celery* Framework, which allows execution of asynchronous tasks in Python. You can have a peek at the presentation materials here: One of our case studies required his expertise in this subject in terms of configuration as well as implementation. We figured that this was important enough to share amongst other local Python enthusiast. We can promise you that this wasn’t our last appearance on Pystok. *Celery is an asynchronous task queue/job queue based on distributed message passing. It is focused on real-time operation, but supports scheduling as well.