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  • ga

    ga 1:53 pm on September 2, 2011 Permalink  

    Tetrabytes proudly presents patrasdailytip.gr 

    We are proudly presenting patrasdailytip.gr, a daily e-mailing service with tips for going out in Patras.

    http://www.patrasdailytip.gr/ – Sign up now and enjoy!

     
  • vacilos

    vacilos 12:50 pm on July 7, 2011 Permalink  

    govWIDGETS PLUS is online 

    We proudly present govwidgets plus, a novel service for data monitoring on ΔΙ@ΓΕΙΑ. Check our online demo user.

     
  • vacilos

    vacilos 3:53 pm on June 6, 2011 Permalink  

    Morax and Tetrabytes announce contract for the platform construction of a system for Analysis of Personal and Commercial Financial and Insurance Needs

     
  • tetrabytes

    tetrabytes 9:42 pm on February 9, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Complexity Kills 

    Don Ferguson, the “father” of IBM WebSphere was recently interviewed by the BBC:

    What’s the biggest technology mistake you ever made – either at work or in your own life?
    When I was at IBM, I started a product called Websphere [which helps companies to operate and integrate business applications across multiple computing platforms]. Because I had come from working on big mission-critical systems, I thought it needs to be scalable, reliable, have a single point of control

    I tried to build something like a mainframe, a system that was capable of doing anything, that would be able to do what might be needed in five years. I call it the endgame fallacy. It was too complex for people to master. I overdesigned it. Because we were IBM, we survived it, but if we’d been a start-up, we’d have gone to the wall.

    Too complex and overdesigned. Check. We at Tetrabytes, give great weight to how complex and user friendly our projects are. Of course and we design user customized products but our goal is to maintain simplicity and usability. In our opinion it’s really bad for a client to reject an implementation because he/she found it difficult to use and get trained to it.

     
  • jz

    jz 11:50 am on January 20, 2011 Permalink  

    Open-source music… 

    Music industry is broken and the current model doesn’t seem to work anymore thats why different initiatives come to take the music business to the next level. One of these initiative is Severed Fifth Open band….below you can check their system and here you can read an interesting article.

    Open Band Three Tier system

    Severed Fifth is a music project with three core principles, which I have labeled as the Open Band Three Tier system:

    1. We give the music away freely: Like open source, this encourages redistribution and awareness, and empowers fans to harness the content, share it with friends, and ultimately bring more listeners to the band (in the same way open source has exploded in popularity due to the free availability of content for users to test and assess if it works for them).
    2. We build community: I have taken my experience in community management to build a community around Severed Fifth. This helps fans feel part of a project they can contribute to. We have done this in the form of the Severed Fifth Street Team.
  • We socialize Severed Fifth Fair Pay: We encourage people to pay what is fair and reasonable to them to help support the band. This is powered by PayPal and anyone with a piece of plastic in their wallet can contribute. Thanks to the free availability of content and the community feel, people gain a closer connection to the band. In turn, they are more likely to contribute. We have already seen many financial contributions from fans.
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  • jz

    jz 11:21 am on January 20, 2011 Permalink  

    Connecting business 

    I recently visited http://www.topwebdesigners.org . A platform that connect business mainly of the web domain to users.

    As their profile informs us Top Web Designers.org is an organization dedicated to connecting buyers with website designers. We offer one of the fastest growing directories of web design firms.

    • Buyers can post a description of their project and get multiple proposals from website designers that meet their criteria.
    • Qualified web designers can post a company profile, collect client feedback and market their services to thousands of buyers each month through the directories on Top Web Designers.org and our partners. (More …)
     
  • tetrabytes

    tetrabytes 6:41 pm on November 19, 2010 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Welcome!!! 

    Tetrabytes, would like to welcome you in our blog!

    We are in the pleasant state to inform you that our company is up and running! Our company consists of 4 young people who combine knowledge, experience and a zest for new ideas. Our vision is to invest in innovations that will bring a new dimension to modern technologies, following closely the developments in the field. We are not novices in the field and we were engaged in ambitious projects during the past.

    More information about our company, jobs that we have achieved in the past and how you can contact us, you will find in our homepage (http://www.tetra-bytes.com). In this blog, you will learn our latest news but also technological news hoping to become a forum for discussion.

    Warm Regards,

    The Tetrabytes Team!

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