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ITID Lviv

The magazine about IT industry in Lviv

About the project

In an effort to inspire locals residents and visitors of the city with the achievements of the Lviv tech industry, in 2017, Lviv IT Cluster launched a print magazine ITID Lviv. ITID Lviv a quarterly magazine, which focuses on people who work with the latest technologies in our city and who create the innovative world of today.

Lviv is one of the main IT centers in both Ukraine and Eastern Europe. The magazine aims to show the historic and touristic city from a different side, talk about its talented inhabitants, and show the future which is already being created here. Through interviews with industry leaders, blogs from tech professionals, and experience of startups ITID Lviv helps unlock the potential of Lviv as a promising city with great business opportunities and comfortable living conditions.

ITID Lviv is issued quarterly with the circulation of 3,000 copies and is distributed free of charge at the offices of Lviv IT Cluster member companies, restaurants, cafes, hotels, co-working hubs and study centers of the city, as well as in the Lviv City Council, the Tourist Information Center and the airport. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, ITID Lviv is now available online.

 

ITID Lviv #12. Reloaded

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Read magazineThe coronavirus pandemic is far from being over. As of July 2020, it affected more than 14 million people worldwide, killing thousands. While the world population hopes the vaccine to fight the novel virus is about to be accessed globally, it seems people have already adapted to the new reality.  The world has received a reboot it has long needed, and we didn’t have a choice but to embrace it. From companies declaring remote-first policies to businesses that wouldn’t have flourished just a few months ago: we are learning on the go.

The July issue of ITID Lviv explores how local tech companies and professionals faced the crisis. We learn about innovative tech solutions developed locally: thermal scanner, emergency ventilators, and medical information system to name a few. We speak to tech professionals about their quarantine experiences, comparing the pros and cons of working at home, and trying to forecast whether remote work is here to stay.

ITID Lviv #11. Hope amid crisis

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Read magazineIn the past few weeks, the world has changed beyond recognition. The pandemic has struck most of us unprepared, leaving millions at home having to adapt to new work habits and lifestyle, and many others jobless. And while ITID Lviv can’t answer the question of whether the world will ever be the same, the March issue will try to explore is how everyday changes influence our lives and will continue to do so for the days to come.

Becoming world-famous before finishing high school, going digital as a state, or making sure there’s Wi-Fi available airborne things like these won’t be possible at any other time. Traditionally, while trying to keep up with the global news, we focus on projects and ideas shaping our hometown Lviv. We learn how a tech business can be socially responsible, why cultural intelligence matters, and what exciting projects the teams of local engineers are currently working on.

ITID Lviv #10. The age of stress

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Read magazineWith an average person spending over 90,000 hours at work in a lifetime, taking an opportunity to address workplace stress and burnout is vital. In a fast-paced world, we are facing the challenge of finding a happy medium between professional, personal, and social life, often trying to make it until the next payday. The relationship between technology and stress has two faces: on its darkest side, tech advances contribute to perpetual distraction, sleep disorders, social comparison, anxiety due to fear of missing out, etc. On the bright side, technology is utilized to help remedy a variety of global issues, from the environment to healthcare.In the December issue of ITID Lviv, the technology implications for job stress and employee wellbeing, with a focus on demanding work culture in tech companies, are explored. In a bid to find ways of managing work-related stress, we ponder on how tech can help us cope with the twenty-first-century pandemic. Seeking a recipe for a harmonious life, we talk to the professionals who dedicated their lives to the tech industry and try to predict how technology will alter the way we work, what we consume, and how we stay creative.