software developers

14. February 2020

Is moving to microservice architecture really worth it?

Image credit: dev.strategicdigitalab.com The concept of microservices has been around for quite a few years, but they are entering mainstream now. With companies like Amazon, eBay, Netflix, LinkedIn, Uber, and PayPal, being among a few of the leading names who have already moved to microservices. Following the footsteps of these web-giants are the organizations of every

7. February 2020

The build vs. buy dilemma: Why you should invest in Custom Software over Off-the-Shelf

Image credit: simform.com The difference between Custom-Built and Off-the-Shelf Software The simple difference between custom-built, sometimes called bespoke software solution and off-the-shelf software is that the former is made specifically for your needs and your business, whereas the latter is designed around general practices targeting a lot of different business and what they need but not

13. November 2018

Web Development Trends to Get Your Website Ready for 2019

2018 is about to meet its end and this year, many advancements were made in the web development industry. Trends have been shifting drastically and change has become the only constant in web development. There is an ongoing rise and fall of technologies so in order to be on the winning side of the game,

1. October 2018

Best Programming Languages to Work in Machine Learning

These days, all the data science forums, Quora, Stack Overflow and other Q&A sites are buzzing with one question “Which programming language should I pick for my machine learning or deep learning project?” While there are many articles written to answer these questions, this post explains the pros and cons of different programming languages to

14. June 2018

Top 6 Qualities of a Good Software Developer

Have you ever tried to evaluate yourself and wondered that what could be those desirable qualities that can differentiate between a good and a poor Software developer? If so, then you must have evaluated yourself at different standards at various times. Your reason behind reading this blog post can also be the result of that