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The 2023 guide to native app development

Native app development is the creation of software programs that run on specific devices and platforms. You can build native apps for desktops, smart TVs, and so on - but since the most popular target devices are smartphones, native app development is frequently used to mean mobile app development. According to Statista's latest data, Google's Android and Apple's iOS operating systems have squeezed every other mobile OS out of the market over the years, and in the fourth quarter of 2022, they made up 99.4 percent of the total mobile market.

What Is Coding, And Why Is It Important?

Are you curious about what makes our world run? Do you want to be a part of the technological revolution transforming every industry from healthcare to finance? If so, then you've come to the right place! In today's world, coding has become a fundamental skill everyone should learn. From creating websites and mobile apps to building complex software systems, coding is the foundation of our digital world. So, whether you're a student, entrepreneur, or simply someone who wants to stay ahead of the curve, this blog is for you. Today, we'll explore what coding is, why it's essential, and how you can learn coding. With that said, get ready to learn all about this skill!

The Developer Obsession With Code Names - 186 Interesting Examples

Code names can be about secrecy, but when it comes to software development, it’s usually not so much about secrecy as it is about the convenience of having a name for a specific version of the software. It can be very practical to have a unique identifier for a project to get everyone on the same page and avoid confusion. It can also be a great way to build excitement and cohesion in a development team. And we want to name our darlings, don’t we?


27 Top Tech Tools for Managing Remote Software Development Teams

Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle may not have been thinking about remote working tools for software development teams when he wrote, “Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools, he is nothing; with tools, he is all”. However, the statement is apt in this age of the internet with hundreds of thousands now working from remote locations. The statement is especially true for team leaders charged with the herculean task of managing remote software development teams.


How Developers Use Observability Pipelines

In data management, numerous roles rely on and regularly use telemetry data. The developer is one of these roles. Developers are the creative masterminds behind the software applications and systems we use and enjoy today. From conception to finished product, they map out, build, test, and maintain software.


A guide to successfully onboarding a developer

The onboarding experience sets the tone for a new developer — beyond the interview process, this will be the developer’s first impression of the company and the job. The onboarding process should be thoughtfully designed and should give the developer the tools they need for success and autonomy. Before you start crafting your onboarding process, think back to your first few days at the organization.


The Hidden Costs of Logging and What can Developers Do About It?

With the growing adoption of remote and distributed application development including micro-services, cloud-native applications, serverless, and more, it is becoming challenging more than ever before for developers to troubleshoot issues within a reasonable time, and that is a bottleneck. That in a sense contradicts the objectives of Agile and DevOps through fast feedback loops, continuous delivery, quick MTTR (mean time to resolution of defects), etc.


How to Avoid Common Software Deployment Challenges

Software deployment is the manual or automated process of making software available to its intended users. It’s often the final—and most important—stage in the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). Software deployment is a three-stage process: All software deployments pose challenges, and issues can arise in any of the three stages.