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Why we do not hire ASP.Net developers

Out of the many resumes we receive every day, 60% are primarily .NET developer’s resumes. Apparently these go straight way to the dustbin. Surprised? Read on. Here is why we do not hire .NET programmers Hiring a good programmer is an incredibly difficult job which requires a lot of thought. As every person doing the… Read More

MEAN or LAMP (Stack) – which one would be your cup of tea?

Introduction Talk about web stacks today and LAMP & MEAN are what that pop up instantly. Both of them follow two separate technologies for backend languages, server environments and databases and both carry their own sets of pros & cons. In simple words, “stack” implies technologies which stack over one another with the common mission… Read More

Bootstrap 4 Alpha is now available

Introduction Bootstrap, originally known as Twitter Blueprint, was developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton of Twitter in 2011.  It was renamed from Twitter Blueprint to Bootstrap, and released as an open source project on August 19, 2011. Bootstrap methodically changed the hardships that web developers faced in rendering a web-page in a consisntent way across… Read More

6 best tools for startups without designing team

Design is fundamental when you are looking to launch a product in the market. It could be an app or a website or just anything. But what, when you don’t have a professional in-house design team handy. Maintaining such a team is always a pricey affair for a startup and so is hiring designers. But… Read More

Java Plug-in Deprecated Announces Oracle

Oracle, the developer of the Java plug-in for browsers has finally announced that the plug-in will be deprecated from the next version of JDK or Java Development Kit. The Java plug-in is needed for a lot of websites who rely on this insecure method of delivering web applications. For now browsers like Chrome, Firefox and… Read More

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