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We supported Rocio so she could participate in the “Santiago against cancer” race. We united with runners to fight for the Spanish Association Against Cancer or Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer (AECC), for which they were able to raise 35,000 €. This is her story.

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The 7-a-side football league in which Optimissa is taking part this 2015-2016 season started this week.

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We are pleased to have our Mexican talents in our Madrid office for this period of intensive immersion. The arrival of the participants in the Talent Challenge marks the beginning of the internationalisation of our Intelligence Centre, since the teams from both sides of the ocean will have the opportunity to exchange their knowledge and to start working hand by hand.

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Quo vadis: Programmer’s Philosophy

In any science worth its salt, acknowledging certain elements as the right ones because they have been accepted by the community is rather normal. Some of those assumptions have been sitting on the racks for so long that the perspective of any new idea not supported by the community causes rejection, although they show signs of reality. This is what it is currently happening, and not from a historical point of view, but from a formal and practical one, even within the same concept.

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Last October 31, my third work anniversary in this firm crept on me. Now nobody is listening… during my first few months here not even I believed this moment would arrive. I wasn’t fifteen years old, but I believe that back then, and despite having some experience in consultancy …    

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Optimissa and the City

The thing I love best about my work with Optimissa? Travelling to new and exciting places. New York was top of my To-Do list and I was lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time just as Optimissa were in the process of expanding their client base in New York. So a few short weeks after discussions with the client, I found myself boarding a plane and leaving Madrid, which had been my home for the last year, bound for New York.    

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Bit I see, bit I want

Before object-oriented programming, developing was quite easy in terms of architecture and design. C or assembler did not play a big part except for a few optimisation algorithms for binary trees or bounded lists. With the arrival of object-oriented programming, this started to change. Design patterns…    

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Optimissa discovering new opportunities

As I write this having driven through the floodplains of England, having interacted with people in the ice cities of Toronto and New York and jealously to those in warmer climates such as Singapore and Dubai and indeed my Head Office City – Madrid– via Skype, phone, webex , email, – I ask myself – is climate change related to changes in communication? I decide not (though I am not sure) but do realise how far we have come – how easy it is to correspond. I remember doing the daily call with New York in the Eighties as a …

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Terminamos el 2013 con más deporte

This entry is only available in Spanish · “En Navidades, los consultores de Optimissa no descansan. Miquel Alonso es un ejemplo de una persona dinámica que es capaz de superarse cada día. Os dejamos una breve reseña de sus impresiones de las últimas competiciones en las que ha participado” Cursa RACC 2013 – 10km – 2013/12/15 Otra mañana de domingo de carrera running de 10km, pero esta carrera tiene una peculiaridad, el recorrido no es urbano ni a través de naturaleza ni mixto, ¡el recorrido es un circuito de Fórmula 1 de Barcelona! Se levanta el sol y comienza a …

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Desmontando a imperativo (Deconstructing imperative)

This entry is only available in Spanish · La programación imperativa o estructurada, cuya única diferencia básica es tener constancia de que existen las funciones, presenta tres pilares fundamentales. Selección Secuencia Iteración Con estos tres elementos se puede identificar claramente un programa imperativo (C, Java, .NET,…) independientemente de que implemente otros paradigmas (orientado a objetos, genérico…). La selección, el clásico if, lo mencioné en un post anterior, en este caso vamos a comentar la secuencia, que no es más que la limitación que presentan estos lenguajes al tener que ejecutar su código de manera secuencial.

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