EPAM business analyst, father of four becomes suspect in ‘protest’ criminal case
Dzyanis Nasura, a Minsk resident and leading business analyst at IT company EPAM, was detained on December 9.
In China's shoes: Lukashenka set to get Belarusian IT sector under control
A special body tasked with regulating the development of the IT sector will be set up in Belarus, Alyaksandr Lukashenka said during Tuesday’s meeting. In his opinion, modern technology is often used for political expediency.
Criminal case launched against PandaDoc top manager
Viktar Kuushynau is at the Akrestsina remand center
Lukashenka about protests: People’s rambling through streets worsens economic situation
Over the past days, there have been lines to currency exchange offices in Belarus, the value of the Belarusian ruble has fallen, and the IT sector is giving thought to relocating their offices and employees to other countries.
Belarusians rated high in technology and data science
The education platform Coursera has published the Global Skill Index.