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Author: LaSoft

Unleashing the Power of Data Visualization

In today’s data-driven world, information is abundant, but making sense of it can be a daunting task. This is where data visualization steps in, transforming raw data into meaningful visuals that empower individuals and organizations to uncover insights, make informed decisions, and communicate complex information effectively.

Mistakes to Avoid When Learning Python

When learning Python, it’s common to make mistakes along the way. However, being aware of potential pitfalls can help you avoid unnecessary setbacks and accelerate your learning process. Here are some common mistakes to avoid when learning Python.

Beetroot’s Event Highlights Impact Culture and Unveils 2022 Sustainability Report

Beetroot, an international ecosystem of individuals, companies, and organizations operating in Tech and Education, has announced its upcoming online event, “Navigating Uncertainty: How Impact-Driven Culture Builds Resilience.” This event will showcase the power of fostering an impact culture in the face of challenges, and it is set to take place on June 1, 2023. LaSoft, a partner company of Beetroot, is thrilled to give support to this initiative. During the event, Andreas Flodström, CEO and co-founder of Beetroot, will deliver

How Custom Software Development Can Benefit Enterprises

Custom software development is the process of creating software applications that are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of a business or organization. Custom software can provide enterprises with a competitive advantage, scalability, integration with legacy systems, and compliance with security and regulatory requirements. In this article, we’ll explore the benefits of custom software development for enterprises and how to choose the right software development company for your needs.

EdTech Technology Trends in 2021

In 2020, the global Coronavirus pandemic changed education and the EdTech sectors in ways that no one could have predicted. Around the world, distance learning became the main way students of every age were taught (K-12 and at universities), for many months. Now in some countries, schools have reopened again as vaccine rollouts intensify, with the aim of life getting back to normal. Does that mean education will get back to normal? Yes, in many ways. But at the same