Tracing Technology Trends: Low Code Development Platform

Technology is constantly evolving. In an industry like Information Technology, each day throws up a new problem, tackled by an innovative revelation. While the development in this arena is pretty divergent, the underlining motivation remains unchanged. The need to create a quicker and simpler solution. However, whether these ‘quick solutions’ that have entered the market[…]

Data Virtualization and Data Federation: Store Data the Smart Way

For running a successful application, knowing your customer is a must. And the only way to know customer is to study them. This means you need to collect a lot of information about them. How would you deal with this data? Application developers are constantly looking for solutions to easily manage this mammoth amount of[…]

Visual Studio vs Eclipse: The Battle of The IDEs

Visual Studio and Eclipse, used primarily for .Net and Java application development respectively are largely successful and widely used IDEs. Yes, comparing them might seem silly considering they are tools used by different kinds of app developers based on the platform they prefer. But at the end of the day they are both independent development[…]

Waterfall Methodology: Why it is Still Relevant

A couple of weeks ago I had talked about the wide acceptance of the Agile development methodology by enterprises today. However a large number of application development projects undertaken today still follow the older Waterfall approach. Also known as the linear sequential life cycle model, this methodology follows a contiguous approach. Only after the completion[…]