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Importance of Load Testing for Real-World Applications

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Heavy Weights

In the past decade, the digital footprint of Indian citizens across the world wide web has increased manifold, with people adopting smartphones in huge numbers.  App-based solutions and services are now the hype. Want a ride, call Uber. Want some food delivered, just Swiggy it. Need some groceries, place an order on Bigbasket, and within 24 hours, you will have it at your doorstep. ...

API development:  Ultimate Guide to Developing Robust APIs

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API Development Guide

When developing applications, one of the critical things you ought to remember is that your application should have the capability of synergizing with other applications over a device to access their functionalities. This is what APIs are for. API or Application Programming Interface can be thought of as the connectors between different pieces of code. They essentially allow for the development...

The Future of AI in Education and How It Might Shape the Next Generation

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AI in Education

The future of education is a topic as broad as it is exciting. With new ideas and technologies coming to the fore all the time, our thinking about how we learn, grow and discover changes frequently. With artificial intelligence (AI) set to become even more omnipresent in our lives over the next few years, it’s no surprise that educators are asking what AI can do for their students and their...

Advantages and Pitfalls of Serverless Architecture

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serverless

There are many definitions of what serverless is. NIST or the National Institute of Standards and Technology defines serverless as providing resource pooling, rapid elasticity, and measured service in an opaque manner to the end-user. On the other hand, Knative has its definition of the same. Their understanding of serverless is based upon the outcome. If a system provides autoscaling and fine...

The Future of Software Development: Cloud Native Applications

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The concept of the cloud was introduced in the 1960s as an offshore pool of infrastructure pool that could be used on a pay-as-you-go model. It is called a cloud because to the end-user the location of the devices in the backend would be irrelevant and he/she would just be paying to use the service remotely.  For the past decade now it has been quite the hot topic of debate as to if it will live...

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