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CEO of QArea Maxim Garkavtsev becomes a member of the Forbes Technology Council

January 25, 2018

New year, new accomplishments! We at QArea are excited to announce the inclusion of our founder and CEO Maxim Garkavtsev in the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only worldwide community for the top-class technology executives. Maksim Garkavtsev actively contributes to the development of the IT industry in Eastern Europe. He founded QArea 17 years ago and succeeded in growing the company to a globally recognized leader in IT …

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Top IT Industry Trends of 2016: Which Projects Get Your Startup 100% Funded

November 29, 2016

Have you found the confidence to establish your own IT development business? Then you are probably wondering which IT sphere to work in. No doubt, today almost all IT products and services enjoy immense popularity among customers. Still, if you want to easily raise funds and to make good money, it is advisable to specialize in offering such software development services. All in all we …

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iPhone 7: Waterproof and “soundproof” Or Are The AirPods Any Good?

September 14, 2016

The news about iPhone 7 spread over the internet in a matter of minutes. Scores of reviewers immediately jumped on the wagon and started talking about this new device that, as usually, brings a couple of innovations to the table. The creativity of Apple engineers had a weird loop this time and we are talking about the headphone jack. While this interface contradicts the idea …

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5 Insane And Unexpected Programming Languages Ever Invented

October 12, 2015

Who said programming cannot be fun, or wacky, or crazy? Who said you can’t program with sonnets of Shakespeare? Yes you can, and here is a fine list of most bizarre, intriguing or entertaining programming languages the world has to offer! Chef. This language was designed in 2002 by David Morgan-Mar. Programs written in this language look like delicious recipes for cooking. All variables are …

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Technologies That Will Kill You Eventually! Happy Halloween! Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-HA!

October 31, 2014

What’s scarier that werewolves and vampires? It’s Halloween soon and I’d bet all of you are already prepared for the celebration. You do have your costume, some treats for kids, perhaps even eggs and toilet paper for, well, known reasons (that Mathew’s kid is going to pay for what he did last year, Ha-Ha-Ha!). Sure most of costumes will be related to witches, vampires, mummies …

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Fashion beyond passion. Technology taking over, aesthetics rising to the next level

October 21, 2014

The facts Fashion is no longer the attribute of style, as an important merger has happened in our fast moving, fast growing, fast everything world. Fashion has become an attribute of high technology nowadays and we’re rather confused about the way things go. To state that, we all know that fashion is something pretty much defined by individualism, by a very intimate and personal attitude, …

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QArea IT Blog Named the Best Technology Site!

June 16, 2014

QArea’s official blog got on the top 100 IT blogs of the last year. The experts of computer education from have compiled their list of the 100 best IT blogs on which they included QArea IT Blog as the 18th. The whole list can be viewed at is a reputed educational resource for people aiming to study computer technology for career and …

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QArea Specialists Enhance Their Skills at the SharePoint Technology Conference

March 14, 2013

On 3 – 6 March 2013 QArea developers and business managers have increased their professional knowledge at the SharePoint Technology Conference being held in San Francisco in United States. Overview SharePoint IT professionals, developers, administrators and business users were able to attend tutorials and technical classes at the SPTechCon. The best SharePoint experts, generally 37 speakers were sharing their knowledge with attendees during 101 sessions. …

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