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FinovateFall – Pumpkin, spice, don’t verify twice
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FinovateFall – Pumpkin, spice, don’t verify twice

When: September 12-14, 2022 Meet us in New York at the Finovate conference, where you’ll have a chance to try…

Highlights from the World AI Cannes Festival
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Highlights from the World AI Cannes Festival

April 29, 2022

Part of Microblink’s AI team flew to southern France to attend the first edition of the World Artificial Intelligence Cannes…

How can credit unions and community banks verify members in today’s remote world
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How can credit unions and community banks verify members in today’s remote world

April 8, 2022

Credit unions and community banks play a vital role in the financial services ecosystem. Unlike fintechs and big banks, they’re…

How can sharing economy apps use identity verification to drive trust and engagement
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How can sharing economy apps use identity verification to drive trust and engagement

March 31, 2022

Earlier this month we were in Barcelona to show off our solutions at MWC, one of the biggest tech conferences…

New: Keep tabs on your user verifications in a tab
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New: Keep tabs on your user verifications in a tab

February 25, 2022

The 3.0 release of the Identity Verification means you can now meet users in any browser and manage their verifications…

Valgrind: A neglected tool from the shadows or a serious debugging tool?
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Valgrind: A neglected tool from the shadows or a serious debugging tool?

July 30, 2021

A couple of months back, we took a look at C++ sanitizers — handy little tools that help us keep our code…

Be wise, sanitize: Keeping your C++ code free from bugs
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Be wise, sanitize: Keeping your C++ code free from bugs

May 28, 2021

For all of the losses it has inflicted, this pandemic has at least made us more conscious about our personal…

Building an SDK for web browsers: 3 things we’ve learned
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Building an SDK for web browsers: 3 things we’ve learned

May 11, 2021

In-browser SDKs are a great way to bring your project to the web and simplify the way app developers access…

Vim commands, shortcuts and plugins that will step up your workflow
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Vim commands, shortcuts and plugins that will step up your workflow

April 28, 2021

This is part two in our two-part blog on vim, a modal text editor that becomes more powerful the more…

Keyboard-driven development: Could your new code editor be a tool from the ’90s?
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Keyboard-driven development: Could your new code editor be a tool from the ’90s?

April 13, 2021

This is part one in our two-part blog on vim, a modal text editor optimized to perform the tasks you…

Lazy, impatient & overly-proud: Building great experiences for great developers
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Lazy, impatient & overly-proud: Building great experiences for great developers

July 24, 2020

From ‘’how do I do this’’ to ‘’hello world’’ in a blink of an eye. A few weeks back, we…

One interface, one hundred million end users: SDK product design
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One interface, one hundred million end users: SDK product design

May 22, 2020

‘’Oh, a product designer? So, you’re like, making the interface look pretty?’’ No, not quite. If you open your thesaurus,…

Cross-platform app development in 2020: best frameworks to consider
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Cross-platform app development in 2020: best frameworks to consider

April 30, 2020

In their 12 years of existence, mobile applications have come a long way. In 2008, there were a mere 500…

The Nuts and Bolts of the BlinkID v5
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The Nuts and Bolts of the BlinkID v5

February 20, 2020

In the past few years, BlinkID has become our most popular product. It is used all over the world for…

Linking impressions from CppCon 2019 to last years impressions on Meeting C++
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Linking impressions from CppCon 2019 to last years impressions on Meeting C++

November 28, 2019

The blog is a take on from this year’s CppCon written by our Compiler Whisperer, Nenad Mikša. Additionally, Nenad is…