January 29, 2019No Comments

TOP 10 programming languages. What to code in 2019?

Did you already decide what you will code in 2019? If not, pick one of these programming languages.

To learn a new (or even the first!) programming language – quite difficult, therefore it is necessary to make a smart choice. What of them is worthy of the made efforts? What will reward you for efforts, career success and a big salary? We took as a basis popularity rating of programming languages on StackOverflow, and choose 10 most perspective.



The fast, friendly, simple programming language to use - Python, undoubtedly, deserved the first place. It is powerful scripting language with the dizzy number of modules and libraries. It seems, he is able to do everything and if is not able yet, then you teach him very quickly.

On Python's medium, a huge number of startups grows. Such giants as YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, SurveyMonkey are written on Python. The best language for freshmen.



Stable and reliable Java in the second place of our rating. It is a language of business and corporate applications so if you dream to work in the large company, stake on Java.

Besides, by Java it is extraordinary demanded in the mobile development. Do you want to work with billions of users of Android? Then go and learn Java programming language. There is even a magnificent Android Studio platform.



Forever young C/C++ are the cornerstones of all low-level systems. Despite solid age, these languages are demanded and perspective if, of course, you learn to handle them.

To study programming on C or C++ it is difficult, but it is worth it. Extensive standard library, speed, stability and reputation of the hardcore programmer – here a weapon you are hit in your hands in exchange for your time and efforts.



Whatever you think, JavaScript is the #1 language on the Internet, and sooner or later you should face it. Perhaps, you should not delay?

Uncountable JavaScript frameworks and convenient libraries (Angular, React, jQuery, Vue) made it even more popularly, but language is capable of a lot of things in itself. Actually, JavaScript undertakes all actions on the party of the client, allows to manage the interface and significantly unloads the server.

On another side of barricades, language broke too – look at the server Node.js platform and its numerous modules.



Golang, as well as Go, one of the youngest programming languages, but it is demanded and very ambitious. Startups of Silicon Valley love Go. If you begin to learn language now, you have all chances to rise on a wave of popularity and success.

Excellent support of multithreading in Go allows working with the distributed systems conveniently.



R – one of the most demanded programming languages in the sphere of the analysis of data and machine learning. He has a big capacity and huge statistical potential, allows to work with large volumes of information conveniently.

R – a great choice for the analyst of data and data scientist.



Not only Android – iOS also owns a huge segment of the mobile market. And to develop under iOS, you need Swift.



Didn't expect to see here the PHP language? He didn't die at all as it seemed, and he cannot be ignored. More than half of the websites of the Internet are constructed on PHP, including the websites of the large companies, and new are constantly created. The existing resources need support, new ones – development. The field for activity is simply huge!



One more popular member of C-family who can bring you success in 2019. The C# language is the main language of the .NET platform, it is possible to write anything: from small desktop applets till huge web services. Now use C# is especially widespread in game development.



The Kotlin language – the youngest of the programming languages presented in ten (the release was in 2016), but its prospects look very invitingly. It is simple, laconic, can be compiled in JavaScript and surely restricts Java – the queen of Android world. Perhaps, Kotlin will be the main language of 2019.

October 30, 2018No Comments

How Virtual Reality was developing through years

The last several years VR was utilized for games and entertainments, companies use it for developing their products.

The concept of virtual reality (VR) is full immersion and feeling that the person is in another world. Therefore at first, the technology was tested in video games.

Virtual reality makes possible to experience anything, anytime, anywhere. Virtual Reality provides us with an artificial environment which is experienced through sights and sounds which itself provided by the computer and our actions determine what happens in the environment. As a kid, we were told about the five senses that we possess (taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing). However, neurologists have identified 21 senses and with these senses, we experience the virtual environment around us.


“ Virtual Reality was once the dream of science fiction. But the internet was also once dreamed and so were computers and smart phones.”


It was like a dream, that comes into reality. Today, almost every big company is working on virtual reality. Google is using VR to measure your room whereas Facebook is gathering IRL friends in VR. Also, NVIDIA is providing power to process VR.


So how does the development of Virtual Reality looks like? Here we come




At first, it started with the red and green glasses, the ones that we used to wear in (the time when a person is a child). Those are known as Anaglyph 3D glasses which were used to create the (using both eyes, so distance can be judged) 3D effect.
After Anaglyph glasses, (created special qualities in) 3D glasses came into the picture that we use to watch 3D (full of life and energy/moving) movies or 3D games.

Next comes a super interactive virtual reality experience, companies are making interfaces like Oculus Rift, Samsung GearVR etc, that are a bit expensive to afford. Google has also made a low-level alternative to Oculus Rift, Google Cardboard so that everyone can experience VR without any price constraints. One can even make his/her own VR Google Cardboard easily at home.

A-frame is an open-source framework for creating 3D and virtual reality experiences on the web, originally from Mozilla. A-Frame was developed to ease the way of VR content development. It’s like the bread to your sandwich, which will provide you with some ready-made entities that you can use to make interesting applications. VR scenes created by A-frame work across desktop, oculus rift, mobiles, Google cardboard with just HTML.


And the last, but not least thing we want to mention about is statistics!

  • There will be more than 171 million active virtual reality users by the end of 2018
  • 21% of adults are interested to give a try
  • VR/AR market size is predicted to be 215bn USD by 2021









October 22, 2018No Comments

Mobile App – from the very beggining

Mobile app development has revolutionized business operations where the processes involved in various aspects of the business. For effective mobile app development, it needs to be done in a series of steps that various mobile app development services have to follow. Let’s take a look at how to structure your app development process.


Everything starts with an idea that clients bring to software development company. What can help you to improvise your app idea and enhance the chances of your app success is a market research


It is important to have an offline/online meeting in order to come ut with all details so far.


Once the idea is clear for both sides, it is time to define the scope of the future application


The company define a plan, allocate resources and set up a timeline for the project. In case of resources, time and costs are an essential concern, then define a minimum viable product or MVP and then prioritize this for the particular initial launch. The part of the entire planning phase which includes identifying the skills required for the project.


Here we have several steps since it is the main part of app development.

  • Starting with Undertaking UI / UX Designing: the main goal of the UI/UX design of the mobile app is to create excellent user experiences which make your app more interactive, user-friendly and intuitive.
  • Developing prototypes are quite useful for stimulating the experience of the user and the workflows of the app which are expected form the finished product.
  •  Backend includes server-side objects and database required for supporting various functions of the mobile app.
  •  Front-end is a particular native mobile app that the end user will be using. In most of the cases, mobile apps often consist of interactive user experiences which use an API as well as a backend for the management of data.


Test cases are meant for recording testing results for the purpose of software quality evaluation and also tracking fixes for entire retesting.


Releasing a particular native mobile app needs submitting the app to the app stores which include Google PlayStore for Android apps and Apple App Store for iOS apps. For this particular reason, you will require a developer account with Google PlayStore and Apple App store before your launch your mobile app.



Mobile app development is essentially an ongoing process, and it will continue even after the initial launch as you keep getting user feedback and then build additional functionalities. Following the above-mentioned structure, you can streamline your mobile app development process.

October 15, 2018No Comments

The best UX design of 2018

Fast Company’s Innovation By Design Awards is the seventh year, has featured a cross-section of blue-chip companies, scruffy startups, and hungry young talents. It is one of the most sought-after design awards in the industry. There are 15 categories in all, and the judges include renowned designers from a variety of disciplines, business leaders from some of the most innovative companies in the world, and Fast Company’s own editors. In this article, we decided to underline top winners and finalists of the award Innovation by Design.

Winner: Moot by UFC Frontend.com
A new platform for more civil civic discourse
Moot - is the concept of the platform with the processor on artificial intelligence. She will allow citizens to send questions and comments to the state representatives and will help officials to interact with voters directly.




Finalist: AutoCAD app
The Autodesk company developed browser and mobile phone applications in addition to the computer-aided engineering system and drawing of AutoCAD. Thanks to the application drawings from AutoCAD can be opened not only in the program but also on any computer or the mobile phone.



Finalist: Connected Room by Hilton
In the "smart" hotel room it is possible to operate the majority of things through the Hilton Honors mobile application — to control temperature and lighting in the room, to use the TV and even to open windows.


Finalist: Google Earth VR by Google
The free application collects satellite and aerial photographs in order that users could investigate any point on the planet. The application works with a font of HTC Vive or Oculus Rift.


Finalist: Jordan Brand's Terminal 23
In honor of starting of Melo M10 Jordan Brand, sneakers equipped space for the clients in once well-known cafe Rouge, across the road from Madison-Skver with the Garden in the New York hotel of Pennsylvania. The space with the hall, the basketball platform and theatrical section within several months were available to local youth programs.



October 3, 2018No Comments

How to prepare website for redesign

There are lots of reasons why redesign can be necessary— the websites become outdated, branding of the company changes, sales fall dawn or the quality of leads decreases. All these and other problems can be solved with the redesign help.

In this article, we will take a more close look at some tips and tricks.

Step 1: Analyzing
For sure you want to pass to action immediately and create the excellent new website which will be pleasant to clients and all in the company. So, it doesn’t really work.

An analysis should come first:

  • how people use website right now
  • which pages people visit mostly
  • how much time do people spend on a particular page
  • which pages people close at once


“Exploring statistics will help to understand what surely has to be on the new website”


Step 2: Branding
If you want your website not just “exist”, but also to look visually good became a recognizable element of branding, it is necessary to think in advance of guidelines development and to describe the corporate style.

Step 3: Testing
A website is not a picture in a museum, it is a business instrument. That’s why it is necessary to evaluate him from the point of view of a business. Only this way it is possible to understand, the project was successful or not.

Step 4: Content
Preparation of content becomes one of the priorities in the process of website redesign Therefore after studying of statistics and development of the purposes of a redesign, it is time not for programming, but for the writing of texts and preparation of images or video.

And even after a website is launched, work doesn’t really stop! It is always important to collect feedback and to analyze statistics to use for the new website.

October 1, 2018No Comments

Waterfall vs. Agile development models

In the world of software development, two primary development models reign: Agile vs. Waterfall. Each possesses its own distinct features and is right for particular kinds of projects. This article briefly examines both models to help you understand which is right for your development needs.


Waterfall methodology is akin to a meticulous plan in which every stage of development, from the conceptualization, design, development, and testing, is all laid out in a static framework. The hours are calculated and the client pays an agreed-upon fee for the project.

This kind of methodology works when you need something that’s been done before. Payment systems, databases, CRM systems are all great examples of software projects that may best be suited to a waterfall development model.


Agile development is just that: agile, and flexible. Agile development methodology consists of the planning stage and then developing the software throughout a series of brief iterations, usually referred to as sprints. The sprints typically last from two to four weeks each, and at the end of each sprint, the client has the opportunity to evaluate progress thus far, experience a working prototype with functionality, and call for changes if necessary.

When it comes to mobile application development, Agile methodology is better suited to apps that require a bit more creativity and offer the possibility for extended functionality and user customization (which is all apps). Changes can be implemented at any time, alterations can be made, and functionality can be added: all with minimal addition to the original cost estimate.

So which is better?

When deciding the answer to this question, one must understand that software development is a relatively young industry. It is still growing into itself, and the very nature of this uniquely dynamic industry is changing the way projects must be managed.

Waterfall methodology, it may be fair to say, is a relic from an earlier stage. Software development companies relied on this business model because, well, that’s just the way things have always been done. For the past ~100 years, businesses have been executing projects in the waterfall fashion: meticulous planning followed by execution and testing, then going back to fix things as a whole.

Agile methodology presents an alternative that is more compatible with the Digital Age. Since consumer electronics and software has grown to the point of global use and massive integration with all spheres of life, software development has reached a point where it develops organically as the result of feedback from user experience and continued development.

"Agile methodology presents an alternative that is more compatible with the Digital Age"

This is why Agile methodology is the stronger choice: it facilitates future change on the go. Such a technique ultimately saves the product owner time and money and leaves the project’s development open for future changes (of which there will be no shortage).

While waterfall once had its place in software development, it’s truly no longer necessary. The agile model is a product-centric model that focuses more on client satisfaction and efficient development than project management dogma. It’s simply common sense. Trust us, we know what we’re talking about.

September 10, 2018No Comments

Who we are and what we do

It all started in 2008 when Tech Farm was created. Tech Farm was a dream and ambition at the same time. For 10 years we have been working hard and became the most successful IT startup in Central Asia which outgrew into a company with high-skilled professionals which is currently named as Namba Soft. We are a continuation and a big part of Tech Farm.


Since 2008, with a contribution of teammates and collaborative work remarkable projects were created and launched. Here is the short-list of them:


  • Namba Taxi - an automated system of taxi service
  • Namba Food - #1 food delivery service
  • Besmart - biggest discount service provider


We are truly proud of our past. But who we are right now? Nambasoft is a constantly growing team. We are developers, designers, engineers and project managers who create a unique digital experience that helps business grow. We focus on broadening our borders and now we provide software development services around the Globe.


"Namba Soft is a real family"

Our company is a real family
. Without any hesitation, one-team-mindset is about us. We make every team member feel comfortable and effective in Namba Soft. We simply strive to provide the best experience possible.


September 6, 2018No Comments

Design development: step-by-step to ideal project

One of the biggest problems of the freshman designers — lack of the adjusted work process, lack of organization. It is logical, most designers — self-made persons who began with copying and only after that seriously began to be engaged. In fact, designers practice more, they gain more experience and by time understanding of the full process. Sometimes it happens that designer can be demotivated and lose interest in work, and in the end - to finish the project as soon as possible.

The power of process

In order to make a qualitative material, you will need time for studying a subject and having only gathered knowledge, you will be able to carry out an objective. So why designers think that they can start drawing at once, passing other stages?

Very simply.

The new-born designers pass obligatory stages for two reasons. First, they don't know such stages are. Nobody told them about it. Secondly, all freshman designers pay too much attention to a visual component. As a result, there is a picture which is too far from real business requests.

It is very important to understand that excellent work it is not a result of the genius of the designer (but happens sometimes), and the correct process which leads the designer to the excellent decision. Of course, the more you skilled, it is simpler to make the work well, but the built design process helps to achieve the best result to the expert at any level.

Here we come with 7 simple step to ideal projects

  1. Deep task understanding 
    Understanding the purposes and tasks of business. Questions such as "How it earns?", "What purposes and tasks face users?" will help to underline the main point.
  2. Research
    The analysis of information obtained from the client. An independent research in open sources: studying of the competitors similar in mechanics of services and analytical reports.
  3. Idea generation
    Fixation of the received ideas from the last stage in text form or in the form of sketches. Comparison of the ideas and choice of the most suitable.
  4. Premeditation of scenarios
    Definition of key and minor scenarios. Stage-by-stage study of the main scenarios.
  5. Framework creation
    A framework — structure around which interface elements are under construction. Using the collected ideas and the described scenarios, to create the most suitable structure of the project which helps the user to carry out his tasks.
  6. A search of visual style
    Definition of a necessary message of a brand and choice of suitable flowers, fonts, and styles of elements.
  7. Design of models
    Preparation of all models and possible conditions of the interface for transfer to their client or developers.


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