Archive for October, 2013

Hi folks, Following the short stories about the first computer and the first programmer, today we are going to tell you a few things about the first compiler and its inventor. A compiler is a special software that translates instructions of a given high-level programming language into machine-code (the lowest-possible-level language and the only one […]

Hi folks, Today we are going to tell you a story which, although totally real and factual, is so out of the common it rather sounds like pure fiction. It is the story of the world’s first programmer, lady Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace. Ada Lovelace (1815-1852), the name by which she is habitually known, […]

Hi folks, Today we are going to tell you few things about the first computer in history and about Charles Babbage, its inventor. Babbage (1791-1871) was an English multidisciplinary scholar, a genious of the Leonardo da Vinci type: he was a mathematician, engineer, inventor and an influential philosopher as well. Eccentric, unconventional, nonconformist and complex […]

Hi folks, In a previous article we’ve promised to reveal which one is our CEO in the photo of our team provided as sample to the PaperScan v.2 release article. Click on it to enlarge and look at the row on your left: it’s the plain blue T-shirt guy wearing no glasses. Today we are […]

It’s finally here! The release of the commercial version of our famous PDF compression software! Why choose ORPALIS PDF Reducer Pro? The Professional Edition of ORPALIS PDF Reducer allows users to benefit from all the advantages of innovative and highly sophisticated size-reducing tool powered by the GdPicture technologies for PDF files without any restriction, with […]