Why DevOps is important for your organization?

By / November 8, 2016 /

We all know that DevOps is an established relationship stage between development phase and IT Operations. It is vital that collaboration and communication between the two units are promoted from the viewpoint of productivity and management. DevOps from an IT point of view DevOps is basically a culture of management that improves the delivery agility […]

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Launching your ecommerce website? Consider these tips

By / November 1, 2016 /

Consider these tips and launch your ecommerce website with ease With multitudes of ecommerce development companies available in the market, getting into an ecommerce business has become easier and cheaper than before. But succeeding in the same is not a cake walk. Here’s a list of certain factors that you should consider while starting off […]

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How consumers use mobile to shop?

By / October 31, 2016 /

Even though brick and mortar retailing is still dominating the retail sales, mobile commerce has now slowly started to make its mark. With the advent of mobile app development companies, apps of mobile commerce are on the rise. Shoppers now do not look for an omnichannel experience, instead they create one. Consumers these days are […]

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Confused Between Choosing Angular JS and Ember.js? Here’s A Solution!

By / October 30, 2016 /

Deciding the framework is one of the major tasks when it comes to planning a web application release. Factors like the presence of innumerable other frameworks along with strong libraries need to be considered. Frameworks like Angular and Ember prove to be a great choice when it comes to garnering long term benefits but when […]

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5 DevOps Practices That Can Help Boost IT Efficiency

By / October 29, 2016 /

DevOps incorporates operations and development by sustaining close collaboration and communication across operations and development. The processes of development, operation and testing are all directed to a common goal and operate according to the input from one another. The end to end process of delivery within an organization is automated by DevOps as a service. […]

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Top 7 Frameworks of Node.js

By / October 28, 2016 /

Node.js is blooming day by day. As developers are experimenting with better and new ways to deliver information from the platform, more and more options are brewing up. This results in multiple frameworks of Node.js with added functionalities. Here’s a list of 7 such magnificent frameworks: Express: It is a thin shell that provides a […]

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Agile Metrics – Five Ways To Get Them Right

By / January 22, 2016 /

For the last few years, we’ve collaborated with dozens of talented teams in multiple industries. We frequently work with agile team members and managers to create reports during (and after) the completion of the project. By observing different methodologies used by companies, we quickly realized that while some of the Agile ideas are implemented, the […]

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Want to Delight Your Clients? Create The Acceptance Criteria With User Stories

By / January 22, 2016 /

When collaborating with clients who had their first glimpses of agile methodology, I always tend to look at their product backlog first. Why is that? Because most of the time, the quality of the backlog is equal to the quality of the team’s work. To be honest, the majority of the backlogs prepared by the […]

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Agile Engineering – What the heck does it mean?

By / January 22, 2016 /

From time to time, someone in the agile community mentions “The Agile Engineering Practices.” In most cases, it’s an article where the author condemns those practices while naming some of the reasons why they’re “considered harmful”. After the publication, the next thing to come is someone commenting about how the last article was totally untrue […]

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Accountability: Never Compromise Your Values

By / January 22, 2016 /

As a business owner looking for an outsourcing company you’ll be having a lot on your mind regarding, cost, quality, frequency and other aspects on the list. But what you really should be looking for isn’t how fast will they get the job done, or the feedback you’ll get from your customers- of course these […]

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