Companies need more and more software and software development professionals to keep up with the efficiencies dictated by the digitalization of the market.
Can DevOps still be a good career move? The future scope of DevOps
Smart cloud is a ubiquitous form of computing that is enabled by the public cloud and artificial intelligence (AI) technology and can be used by all existing intelligent applications and systems.
Low-coding as the source of endless possibilities
Low-code platforms can help development teams work faster, more efficiently, and increase enterprise-class software production by providing opportunities for non-professional developers as well.
Nearshoring - Get unmatched talents from outsourcing
In the past few years, it has become less important for organizations to have all employees under one roof. They began to use the practice of outsourcing, hiring teams with the right skills from a third party for major IT projects.
Understanding DevOps: a backstage look
Successful companies are forced to adapt and innovate faster and faster. The ability to come up with new products (innovation) and introduce them to the market as quickly as possible (agility) is no longer only one step advantage in many industries, but a matter of survival.
A straightforward summary of low-code
Nowadays, business processes can be created or modified in workflow systems using the so-called low-code / no-code method. In recent years, companies have invested a lot of time and energy in software development.
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