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FLOSS stands for "Free/Libre and Open Source Software." It encompasses software that is not only free in terms of cost but also respects users' freedoms to use, modify, and distribute it. FLOSS emphasizes both the availability of source code and user rights, fostering a collaborative and open development approach.


FOSS stands for "Free and Open Source Software." It refers to software that is both freely available for users to use, modify, and distribute, and for which the underlying source code is openly accessible. FOSS promotes collaboration, transparency, and community-driven development.


LOC, or "Lines of Code," is a metric used to measure the size or complexity of a software program by counting the number of lines of source code in the program. It provides a rough estimate of the program's scale and can be used for various purposes, such as project management and code analysis.

Low-code applications

Low-code applications refer to software programs or applications that are built using a development approach that requires minimal traditional coding. Instead of writing extensive lines of code from scratch, low-code platforms provide visual interfaces, pre-built components, and drag-and-drop functionalities. This allows developers to create applications more rapidly and with significantly reduced manual coding efforts.


Jobsoid is a cloud-based recruitment solution offering software tools designed to simplify the hiring process for agencies, startups and businesses of all sizes.

CV Compiler

An instant tech resume-analyzer aimed at helping its users land more job interviews by providing suitable recommendations to improve the resume.


Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) are the pages that Google, Bing, Yandex, or any other search engine displays in response to a user’s search query. Using a SERP API, you can quickly scrape search results.

Software Development

The process of conceiving, specifying, designing, programming, documenting, testing, and bug fixing involved in creating and maintaining applications, frameworks, or other software components.

Source Control

Refers to tracking and managing changes to code. This ensures that developers are always working on the right version of source code.

Cross-Functional Team

A group consisting of people from different functional areas of the company – for example, marketing, product, sales, and customer success.


Orchestration is the automated configuration, management, and coordination of computer systems, apps, and services.

Universal Web App

Application format that aims to be easy to use for web developers, easy to implement for platform developers and as portable as possible. It is based on well-known web technologies, such as XHTML for content, XML for preferences handling, JavaScript for behavior and CSS for styling.


Slicing or program slicing is a technique used in software testing which takes a slice or a group of program statements in the program for testing particular test conditions or cases and that may affect a value at a particular point of interest.


Open-source software is a type of computer software in which source code is released under a license in which the copyright holder grants users the rights to study, change, and distribute the software to anyone and for any purpose.


Authorization is a process by which a server determines if the client has permission to use a resource or access a file. Authorization is usually coupled with authentication so that the server has some concept of who the client is that is requesting access.


Stands for Business Intelligence. A set of techniques and tools for the transformation of raw data into meaningful and useful information that could be easily interpreted for business analysis purposes, etc.

Data conversion

The Data Conversion System enables to extract data from files and databases and to transform its content and format.


Business-to-business is a situation where one business makes a commercial transaction with another.


Stands for Customer Relationship Management. An approach to handling communication between a company and its potential customers. CRM software that stores information about the history of relations with customers to optimize marketing and improve customer service.

Virtual reality

Virtual reality is a simulated experience that can be similar to or completely different from the real world.


VLOOKUP is an Excel function to lookup and retrieve data from a specific column in table.

Cisco Unified Computing System

The Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) is a data center server computer product line composed of computing hardware, virtualization support, switching fabric, and management software.


A type of business-management software used to collect data, store, manage and interpret it. ERP integrates information from HR, financial, warehouse management and other departments into a unified program. ERP helps to standardize information about the company, its staff and customers, and keep it in one place.

Synopsys tools

Synopsys tools enable efficiently build, debug, profile and optimize embedded software applications for ARC, while the comprehensive set of processor models makes it possible to get an early start on software development prior to hardware availability.


async/await pattern is a syntactic feature of many programming languages that allows an asynchronous, non-blocking function to be structured in a way similar to an ordinary synchronous function.

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