I often receive the question from people asking – WHY one should attend a PSM training when it is not mandatory for taking the certification? And it is a very valid question. Also, a lot of people are doubtful of taking training because if they go for certification directly it […]

You use PowerPoint to present findings and data or propose new ideas, whether its within your team, to investors, or to clients. With the ability to choose graphics and color schemes that help reflect your tone and brand, it is a wonderful tool in helping educate and persuade your audience. The simplicity and visual appeal of PowerPoint slides has […]

A little history Back in the days, rendering a website was simple. You needed a web server that served HTML files. Those were static sites. Then developers started using databases and authentication. To achieve that, they needed to manipulate the HTML file before serving it. That’s how server-side rendering was […]

Netflix isn’t just one of the hugest streaming services on the planet, it’s also the platform that teens watch the most, with YouTube being a close second. However, although Netflix is available in 190 countries, if you try to watch Netflix while you’re at school or work, you might be […]

It’s a common practice to debug PHP using Xdebug. Xdebug is an extension for PHP to assist with debugging and development.  In this article, I’m going to introduce a more convenient way to quickly set up development environment with PHPStorm, Docker, Docker compose and Xdebug.  The source code for docker […]

What Is a Messaging Queue? A message queue is a form of asynchronous service-to-service communication used in server-less and micro-services architectures. Messages are stored on the queue until they are processed and deleted. Messaging Queue is a combination of two words — Message & Queue where:

If you’ve ever developed mobile applications and published them to their stores, then you are aware of the specific rules of versioning an app. Those rules revolve around two properties: App versioning and incrementing build number. Versioning is a critical component of an app upgrade and maintenance strategy. Github: https://github.com/rubiconba/fastlane-plugin-flutter-version-manager

Containers are a type of Operating System Virtualization that runs applications along with all its dependencies in a resource isolated process. Containers have come a long way in *nix based Operating Systems. There are many container runtimes available for running containers in Linux. Running Containers on Windows is a requirement […]

Introduction Microsoft Azure provides the capability to integrate social-logins in the application by using AzureAD B2C. The good thing about that is you’ll have a single Authorization server (Azure) and different IDP like Google, Facebook, GitHub, or any custom IDP. To achieve this we need to create 1 B2C tenant […]

Procrastinating properly, or intentional procrastination is not a bad thing. It’s just your mind’s natural expression of its desire for novelty and efficiency. Industry and culture have evolved/changed much faster than the human brain. Since the industrial revolution, there’s been nothing but finding ways of doing things faster, and safer, […]

Micronaut® framework is creating a buzz around cloud-native (microservice, serverless ) application development due to its enriched features and optimizations based out of modern Polyglot JVM — GraalVM optimizers. For GraalVM optimizers go thought Part1 of this series — GraalVM — Byte Code to Bit Code.

Operators are one of the most powerful tools when you are working with Kubernetes, especially when you are in a scenario where Stateful conditions are required like ordered and automated rolling updates, or graceful deployment/deletion and scaling/termination. The problem, however, is writing and building Operators require deep knowledge of Kubernetes […]

Having top-rated project management tools for dev teams is a must if you want to see their productivity going through the roof. But, which tools to choose? What are some of the best project management software for dev teams available out there? Before diving straight into the list, we need […]

In Part 1 of our Complete AWS Lambda Handbook for Beginners, we gave a refresher on the fundamentals of AWS Lambda and what is AWS Lambda. In this post, we’ll look at AWS Lambda pricing, some interesting Lambda facts and examples of great AWS Lambda use cases in your serverless application.  […]

Welcome to the serverless world. One of the first things you’ll hear about is AWS Lambda — and you’ll continue to keep hearing about it! While architecture can be serverless without Lambdas involved, it’s very often the key component within a serverless application. In the first post of this 3-part […]

Businesses around the world have been harnessing the Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce operational expenses, power breakthrough customer experiences, and create new revenue streams. Now, faced with the unprecedented challenges of our times, businesses are also harnessing IoT to create safer workplaces as employees return to work, reduce expenses […]

For companies considering their first cloud migration, there are a lot of factors that you’ll want to consider — from the benefits and the risks to the cloud service model and type that is right for your business.  Once the migration has been successfully completed, you need to make sure that […]

For companies considering their first cloud migration, there are a lot of factors that you’ll want to consider — from the benefits and the risks to the cloud service model and type that is right for your business.  Once the migration has been successfully completed, you need to make sure that […]

In this blog I will explain how to setup and customize Wildfly to run your Jakarta EE application on Kubernetes. We use this setup in our own open source project to run modern Jakarata EE applications on Kubernetes. You can find this project on Github.  Wildfly is Jakarta EE 8 […]

In this blog I will explain how to setup and customize Wildfly to run your Jakarta EE application on Kubernetes. We use this setup in our own open source project to run modern Jakarata EE applications on Kubernetes. You can find this project on Github.  Wildfly is Jakarta EE 8 […]

“When I say that innovation is being democratized, I mean that users of products and services-both firms and individual consumers-are increasingly able to innovate for themselves. User-centered innovation processes offer great advantages over the manufacturer-centric innovation development systems that have been the mainstay of commerce for hundreds of years. Users […]

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be challenging to adjust your business strategies to maintain productive operations and processes. You need new ways to increase efficiencies, optimize costs, and adopt new technologies at a faster rate. Your digital transformation is more critical than ever in these trying times. Microsoft stands with […]

This week at Microsoft Ignite, we discussed how a growing number of customers and independent software vendors (ISVs) are running their mission- and business-critical applications on Microsoft Azure. Across our customers, the common thread that ties mission and business-critical systems together is that they support core business processes. Examples include […]

Since its launch, Golang (Google’s Go programming language) has become a powerful and popular option to write APIs and web services. This list compiles the seven most popular web frameworks in Go — statistically speaking. 1. Gin Gin is an HTTP web framework that features a Martini-like API with much […]

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