DevFest'23 – getting to know the speakers (Issue 4)
DevFest'23 will take place in a couple of days, and ORIENT continues to introduce readers to the speakers of the long-awaited IT conference. In this issue, you will meet Daniil Maykovsky, Nazar Annanazarov, Sheker Saparova and Emir Hudayberdiyev.
DevFest'23 — knowing the speakers (Part 2)
Within the framework of the informational campaign on upcoming DevFest'23 in Ashgabat, ORIENT makes the website readers familiar with the speakers of the festival and the topics they are going to talk on, in order to give visitors a deeper understanding of what awaits them on the major technological event of the year. In this part you will read about Annageldi Esenov, Allan Kazakov, Gulnar Saryyeva, and Shanazar Valiyev.
16 thousand liters of water are spent on one bitcoin transaction
Many people may have heard that a lot of electricity is spent on transactions with cryptocurrencies. However, not everyone knows exactly how much. In particular, bitcoin turns out to be very voracious. Alex de Vries, an expert from the University of Amsterdam, calculated this year the cost of mining bitcoin in the amount of 2,237 gigalitres of water.
DevFest'23 — knowing the speakers (Part 1)
It is already December, and this means DevFest Ashgabat conducted by Google Developers Group (GDG) in Turkmenistan third year in a row is coming closer. Within the framework of the upcoming IT conference, we start the campaign of raising awareness about the speakers of the festival and the topics they are going to talk on, in order to give visitors a deeper understanding of what awaits them on the major technological event of the year. In this article you will read about Ilyas Seisov, Shasenem Chakanova, Ilyas Kudratullayev, and Myrat Sahetgulyyev.
Where have smartphones with removable batteries gone?
In recent years, many smartphone manufacturers have refused to use removable batteries in their devices. At the same time, just a few years ago, most phones were with a replaceable battery. Why did they disappear?