Mallorca Tech Newsletter – Issue #100
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▸ A group of scientists from the Balearic Islands Health Research Institute (IdISBa) is developing a new medical test that would be ten times cheaper than PCR and at the same time much more accurate in detecting cases of coronavirus.
▸ The company Robot has donated 10,000 masks to the Balearic Red Cross.
▸ Perfume’s Club donates 3,000 units of sanitizing gel to Correos Expres workers.
▸ Online orders to the food markets skyrocket. If a few months ago their sales through the online platform La Mercateca accounted for 5% of total turnover, in recent weeks they have grown to 25-30%.
▸ Habitissimo has communicated that it keeps its entire workforce operational and also shared a series of measures that it has put in place to collaborate with their sector.
▸ The double and complex problem of ICT for Tourism in the COVID-19 crisis, thoughts from Jaume Monserrat, President of Turistec (cluster dedicated to ICT applied to Tourism), on the current situation.
▸ How your business can thrive during lockdown, post by Andy Slack, CEO of MoreNiche and founder of Olive Valley. A guide to not only survive during this period, but thriving with remote work during coronavirus.
▸ Trifork Mallorca has elaboraed a comprehensive guide to help companies adapt to working remotely.
▸ Pau Riera has published the MusicBucket API on GitHub, with all the functionalities of his the MusicBucket Bot for Telegram.
▸ Damavis Studio has released the beta version of Airflow Pentaho Plugin, with which it is possible to orchestrate and schedule Pentaho jobs and transformations using Apache Airflow.
▸ The marketing agency Inturea has created a website with webinars, courses and interviews. Everything focused on helping tourism companies recover from the COVID-19 crisis.
▸ The app Veern to control time in different time zones is now available as a universal purchase on Mac and iOS.
▸ Senior Data Engineer – Habitissimo
▸ Frontened Developer – Wireless DNA
▸ Business Developer – HR3
▸ React Native Developer – Lightstreams
▸ ¿Compra en directo o programática? (Rubén Vinagre, Programmatic Display Specialist en Barceló)
▸ 12 Thought-provoking talks to fuel creativity and innovation (Fabian Roschig medium.com)
▸ Startup Homeschool – #YoEmprendoEnCasa (seedrocket.com)
▸ Joining A Non-Tech Startup Accelerator Program To Improve Our Business (starterstory.com)
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