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Kubernetes Introduction

Are you dealing with the “Matrix from Hell “ situation that consumes your time in upgrading and downgrading your systems? Matrix from Hell!, is the common word to describe to set up the development stack required to build an end-to-end application.  Problems  Dealing with web servers, databases, and other third-party tools to support your long-term projects, you …

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Istio: service networking layer

There are various reasons that organizations are preferring Microservices over monolithic applications.  But do we still face challenges in Microservice architecture? Yes! What are the challenges we face while creating Microservice applications? Why do we need a dedicated layer for Microservices communication?   When we move from monolithic to Microservice architecture we are introduced to a …

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KubeFlow: Work on ML workloads with Kubernetes

Hyper-automation, self-driving cars, computer vision applications, and integration of tools are not fiction anymore. Everyone is aware of the AI, ML, and deep learning technologies that are changing the world we live in.  Interest in ML has been increasing for around a decade. Companies are trying to get hands-on ML in most of their upcoming …

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CTA and its importance

Introduction In websites, CTA stands for “Call to Action” or “Call-to-Action”. They are the actions that the product owner wants their customer to do. We usually see CTAs as attractive buttons or links that might make users click. Let say you are CEO of a startup and going to build a website from the beginning. CTA …

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How to choose solution for a technical problem

Choosing a solution for a technical issue is not something new. But get the right direction and understand how to choose the right solution is not an easy job. In my opinion, for choosing a technical solution, there are two important criteria: Which exactly problem to be resolved? Team capacity We will go through and …

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History of Web Deployment

It’s 25 years when the world’s first website has been published. There are lots of things changed, lots of things dead, but on the other side, still has something has no changes from the beginning, such as:– Client and server architecture– HTTP still be the main protocol– 3 layers or 3 tiers architecture So it …

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Introduction to User Story Mapping

It can be quite complex to prioritise numerous user stories in Jira or spreadsheet. You must know which ones are more important and offer higher value so that you can work on them next. Actually, an advanced technology of organising stories is certainly more preferred than your common messy backlog. This is where user story …

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Service Mesh

What is microservices? You may already have knowledge of microservices architecture, but here’s a quick summary of the features of microservices. Divide into multiple small “microservices” according to business functions and build applications by linking them. ・Each service runs in an independent process・Each service has a well-defined open interface (REST (JSON / HTTPS), gRPC, etc.) …

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PWA and why it is good

What is an application? Many years ago, when people said a software application, we know they are telling about a program where: – Users need to download and install it on their devices only one time – After that, they can use it without an internet connection. But that is the old story. Nowadays, I …

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Minor but powerful UX things

User Experience (UX) become more and more important nowadays. Maybe you will want to read more about an old but famous story about one single $300 Million Button. Or another so sad story about Alexander E. Kearns, a 20-year-old customer dies by suicide after seeing a $730,000 negative balance. With the revolution of hardware infrastructure …

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