Adaptive Code

Book Review : Adaptive Code

This is one of the most helpful software engineering books I've ever read. It is most useful for people who have some real world experience in .NET development. ...

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Rants & Raves

DevOps for mere mortals

In an industry that is continually evolving and with organisations constantly not only searching for the elusive differentiator  but also for the one thing that will improve performance over competitors...

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Rants & Raves

what are agile planning methodologies ?

“Plans are worthless, but planning is everything.” — Dwight D. EisenhowerThe above quote is one of my most favourite quotes, and personally I think it more than adequately describes the approach...

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what is a RESTful API?

Modern Software applications are required to connect across different machines , User Interfaces (UI) and provide data to other applications in the form of services. To enable this software...

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What is Agile Methodology?

Over the past few years Agile has become a buzzword in not only the software development industry but across a number of industry sectors.   In fact, it seems one can...

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