To support the high demand of a truly global operation, Enciso Systems’ productivity suite relies now on Google Workspaces technology.
Productivity to the G power
ESA/Hubble Website above the clouds
Djangoplicity in the Spotlight
Teen Astronomy Café Notebooks ready for the Cloud
Javier Riveros: What is like to be a software development intern at Enciso Systems?
In a successful collaboration between Altix, the European Southern Observatory, University of the Llanos and Enciso Systems, the team performed a major technological upgrade in the system behind the European website for Hubble Space Telescope.
In the eighth edition of the Ingenio Award, Enciso Systems received first place in the Success Cases - Education category for the implementation of Djangoplicity at NOIRLab. The award recognizes excellence of the technological implementation and its international outlook.
Sponsored by NSF’s NOIRLab and open to all high school students, Teen Astronomy Café educational program is a no-cost initiative that aims to elevate achievement and desire to go to college, and inspire students to pursue STEM careers.
University education and real world are two completely different things. Although higher education does a good foundational work, it is an internship where you can “connect the dots” and prepare yourself to transition into the working life.