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What is new with Next.js 13?

Next.js has released a new major version that is jam-packed with tons of new features, some of which can be seamlessly integrated into your Next.js 12 app and others that cannot. If you’re just getting started, it can be difficult to distinguish between hype, misinformation, and what’s stable for your production apps, but don’t worry. […]


Why is Svelte getting so popular?

Since the release of version 3 in April 2019, Svelte has been the news. But why is that? What is driving this popularity? What makes it unique? Can Svelte be considered the heir to the popular front-end JavaScript frameworks? There are so many questions and we will try to answer them in this blog post. […]


Time Management Tips for Software Developers

We all have the same number of hours in the day. We cannot create more time, but we can better manage our time so that we can accomplish more in the same amount of time. Time management isn’t just a feel-good concept that personal development gurus spout. The most effective time management methods are supported […]


The Importance of Communication Skills in Development

Communication is essential in software development. Effective communication lowers costs, boosts productivity, saves time, reduces errors, and fosters work cultures. Communication allows information to be shared in order to achieve software engineering goals. It is essential for all professionals to work on enhancing their communication abilities.  Even the best ideas can easily be overlooked without […]


Low Code Development vs. Traditional Development

Talk about low code development with a lot of engineers and they won’t be thrilled about it, but low code is on the rise last decade. And how it seems, it’s not going anywhere.  Will low-code development eventually replace traditional development? This question has a simple answer: “no.” There are enough distinctions between low-code and […]


Pivoting – When and how to pivot your startup?

Pivoting is common in the startup world. At the beginning of the pandemic, many founders were forced to change business models because circumstances and the market changed drastically. Those who adapted to the new circumstances of the market profited significantly. Pivoting, which in the startup environment refers to switching to a new strategy, is frequently […]


What are Software Quality metrics?

Software quality should be a very important part of your business and shouldn’t be overlooked. According to CISQ, in 2020 just in the USA reported impact of poor software quality was  £1.75 billion.  It is as important if you have an in-house software development team or youre outsourcing your software development. The good news is […]


Tips for outsourcing your Startups Software Development

A great idea isn’t all it takes for a startup to be successful. It’s just the beginning. How you get to the final product in your startup is up to you. Do you invest in in-house resources to create your product or do you outsource software development to a third-party company?  Investing in an in-house […]


Software architecture – From monoliths to event-driven architecture

Monolithic architecture Monolithic architecture is considered a traditional way and it’s easy to work with. At the startup’s beginning, monolithic architecture comes as a default because you want a simple start and have your business live as soon as possible. Monolithic architecture is great for proving an idea and looking for product-market fit.  A database, […]


How to Reduce Software Development Costs for Startups

Cost reduction is the need of the hour for most startups. But software development remains an important area where many businesses incur so many costs.  For diverse reasons, most businesses continue to have trouble reducing the costs of developing their software products. And, unfortunately, failure to keep costs low has spelled doom for many startups. […]