What Is Computer Vision and How It Works
Discover how computer vision works, where it is used, and what are the main obstacles ML engineers run into when solving computer vision problems.
Great Women in Programming
Read about outstanding women programmers, inventors, and computer scientists in our article.
What Is Big Data?
Big data is data that cannot be processed without special tools due to its volume and variety. Read this article to learn more about how big data can be used in business.
Introduction to Erlang
Learn more about Erlang, a functional, concurrency-oriented programming language that powers applications like WhatsApp and WeChat.
Serokell Blog: Year 2 in Review
Which posts were the most read during the second year of Serokell's blog? Discover awesome articles and read about the future of the blog in our yearly review.
Why Fintech Companies Use Haskell
Why do so many companies choose to use functional programming languages for their fintech products? Find the answer in this article.
Introduction to Rust
According to the StackOverflow surveys, Rust has been the most loved programming language for the last four years in a row. But if you haven’t used it, you might wonder – what is Rust, why is it so special, and what makes it so popular amongst developers?
Angular, one of the largest frontend frameworks, is using TypeScript. About 60% of JS programmers already use TypeScript, and 22% wish to try. Why?
What Is Nix and Why You Should Use It
How often do you find yourself in a situation where something builds and works on your machine, but doesn’t build on CI or fails catastrophically in production?
How to Grow As a Haskeller: #SerokellChat Wrap-up
Last week, we organized out first-ever #SerokellChat! In case you missed it, here is a short wrap-up of the questions and answers.
Introduction to Elixir
Elixir is a functional, dynamically typed language that is built on top of Erlang’s VM and compiles down to Erlang bytecode. In this article, we talk about its features and benefits.
Game of Phones: History of Erlang and Elixir
How do old technologies become relevant dozens of years after their conception? In this article, we look into the history of Erlang and Elixir for answers.
Surviving Remote Work: Coronavirus Edition
We share tips for remote workers and businesses to cope with this period of social distancing and obligatory remote work.
How to Be a Team Lead in 2020: Interview with Ivan Gromakovskii
In this interview, we talk with Ivan Gromakovskii – a person of untold productivity and a legend of the Serokell technical team.