Tag Archives: Product Engineering

All you need to know about modern software engineering

I was curious. What does it take exactly to get a product up and running and see it through when it needs some oiling or needs to be boxed up condemned to be in the attic forever? So, I did a lot of needling around and found that I just needed four things to align […]

Getting started with Microservices

Picture this- your enterprise is building a brand new web or mobile application. What is one of the first things on your checklist that you need to get done with? It is naturally architecting its back-end. The conventional approach of building the backend of an application was a monolithic one. Historically, (mind you, in terms […]

Introduction to Serverless (Part 2): Exploring the History and Idea behind Serverless Technology

Introduction In our introductory post, we learned about Serverless as an opportunity, the way software and hardware architectures and constructs have evolved, the need for better governance, and some high-level stakeholder expectations. In this post, we are taking this to the next level, where we briefly talk about serverless surface area, details on the architectural […]

Introduction to Serverless: Simplifying Modern Application Development

Serverless: Technology Simplified, Value Amplified This is a blog series that focuses on the revolution in the building and running of modern applications. By the end of this series, you will be fully equipped with the knowledge of serverless technology, as well as the present-day individual products that make it to the serverless technologies list. […]

Adopting Vue.js for Angular Geeks

In last decade, Javascript framework and libraries have taken this world by strome. And they have come across a long way. AngularJS, (Knockout + Durandal + RequireJS), Angular, React, Vue etc are some of the framework which were either widely used or are currently widely used.There are many supporting libraries like loadash, _, etc supports […]