Elecnor Deimos incorporates biicode as code discovery and prototyping tool

We recently inked Elecnor Deimos as our first corporate client (yay!). Elecnor Deimos is a top tech company with over 500 engineers in staff. They provide software solutions for different sectors ranging from aerospace and aeronautics and defense to transportation or telecommunications in a EU and worldwide levels. The relevance of their clients is descriptive of the quality of their products and services; a few of them are ESA (European Space Agency), NASA, European Union, Telefónica, Siemens, Nokia
For all these top-level companies they develop a huge variety of products like Satellite imagery, air navigation systems, environmental managing systems etc. All of which are top-knotch pieces of software. But what’s even better for their clients is that Elecnor Deimos is making a bold move to support and use modern technologies like biicode or CartoDB as we’ll explain later. This could only mean that a thriving software company is not only keeping its gained quality standards but also expanding their horizons into new sectors and technologies. Never stop moving!

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biicode 3.0: open source, premium accounts and much more

On Wednesday we released biicode 3.0. The listicle of feature is as follows:

  • Open source release of client and common repositories, dev infraestructure re-made
  • Release of premium accounts for private blocks
  • Enabled OAuth with Github and Google
  • Fixed bug in C++ parser for using statements
  • Fixed bug in [tests] pattern that incorrectly affected dependencies
  • New Terms of Service, clarifying source code licenses and accounting for premium accounts and open source contributions
  • Fixed bug in user folder ”.biicode” path, some config files were stored out of it

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