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The Truth About Low Code and No Code Development

For the modern business, there were always the learning curves associated with building a mobile or web application with scalability at a reasonable cost within a given timeline. No-code and low-code development was the answer to all these concerns and it has taken the industry by storm. We sat down to give you a helpful overview of low-code and no-code to set the record straight and tell you the truth about these platforms.


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5 Proven Tips to Get a Realistic Software Project Estimate

Anyone who has ever worked on a custom software development project knows that estimating the requirements of time and resources can be a tricky business. Check out our five insider tips so you can get a more realistic estimate that will help you stay on track for success. Read on for more details!


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Web Application Architecture Explained for Business Leaders

When the decision has been made to develop a web application, one of the most important factors to consider is the architecture that your application is to be built on. Regardless of an in-house or third-party vendor, the right architecture is crucial to the success of your project. Read on to learn more!


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Headless Commerce: The Future of eCommerce

Earlier this year, Microsoft also remarked upon the speed at which we've seen a digital transformation happen due to the pandemic, "2 years of transformation in 2 months." The common factor here is speed and the only way to keep up is to be agile. The massive interruption to business and economic growth has forced a major change in all factors of life, especially in the world of eCommerce. The markets have gone completely digital and thus consumer behavior has followed suit.


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.NET 5.0 is Out!

On November 10th at .NET Conf 2020, Microsoft announced the general availability of .NET 5.0. This much-anticipated release of .NET also includes C# 9 and Arm64 support.


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The Opportunity: SQL Server on Linux

Yes, you read that right. SQL Server runs on Linux. In fact, it’s been possible for a few years now! Since Satya Nadella took over as Microsoft’s CEO, the company has taken a turn in their approach to competitors (sometimes addressed as evils or even, diseases) who have now become allies.


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Benchmark Testing for .Net Data Access Methods

When it comes to speed and data management in the digital market it may be difficult to parse which areas of an application will need improvement or updating. But there are many sides to the technology, design, and solutions that work to maintain accuracy as demand fluctuates. In this post, I’ll explore a comparison of testing data access speeds to determine what the best strategy can be, based on the outcome. Processing sensitive information throughout a large framework requires not only speed but capacity and flexibility within the architecture. To provide a more accurate understanding of improved data processing for a client’s application, I performed a benchmark to compare different data access methods to reach a client’s databases.


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CASE STUDY: Custom software solution for Chicago Children's Museum

The Chicago Children's Museum mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect. It is a place where families and caregivers with children are encouraged to create, explore, and discover together through play. The museum features three vibrant floors of exhibits and activities. Each area provides sensory experiences. Guests engage in educational content focusing on literacy, science, math, visual and performing arts, and health.


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