Buzz Engineering

Disclaimer: This is not a post to discourage your next new thing, in fact as developers and technology decisions makers, we all have our own perils and survival dependency in Buzz engineering. But it is good to understand things, since there is an increasing noise around high technology churn and failures. So, what is Buzz... Continue Reading →

Low Code Development Platform (LCDP) – love, hate & rise

Like a developer with little business context getting obsessed with the recent conference he attended and want to convert the systems to the great technology he saw there; the business stakeholders with little technical context love the the promise of high productivity and low cost of LCDPs As developers we favor the engineering feast of the solution more than the business solution. - I accept this; this does not mean we do not care the business, we do and make our fullest effort to solve the business problems but we do not like to do it at the stake of losing the passion of coding. - I know there can be many arguments on this point

Shadow IT – Tradeoff between frictionless user experience and being responsible with AAD V2

Introduction First let me begin with 'What is meant by Shadow IT ?'. In a broader view shadow IT is, any sort of IT usage without the direct governance of IT department of your organization. Sometimes this remains as a violation of the company policies, but the proliferation of the cloud SaaS applications and BYOD... Continue Reading →

The point of polyglot

Recently I spoke about polyglot persistence in one of the SQL Saturday events. The basic idea of this session revolved around the idea of not getting overwhelmed by the NoSQL boom, but at the same time understanding the modern application requirements which demand more features which side with the NoSQL features. Enterprise application development is... Continue Reading →

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 14,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 5 sold-out performances for that many... Continue Reading →

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