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People frequently confuse technical lead and engineering managers because of the brief overlap between the two positions. Despite the fact that both roles require organizational skills, they are fo...Read more
Deployment and release are two software development terms that are used very fequently and some might be confused about the twos. Except they are different! Software Applications require multiple...Read more
As digital transformation becomes an inevitable trend in today's business environment, data plays a more critical role than ever. The more information leaders have about their company, customers, a...Read more
Software development is an activity that uses many technological developments and requires a high level of knowledge. Because of these and other factors, every software development project has its...Read more
Effectively measuring the performance of a development team with the right software metrics is a necessary step to achieving the software project goals.Read more
In a world where technology and automation are transforming the way people work, there is a particular demand for tech talent. If your organization is like many others, you may find it difficult to...Read more
The startup ecosystem in Southeast Asia is growing. Some call it the “golden age” of startups here. Despite the pandemic, investors are clearly optimistic about the region's massive growth potentia...Read more
Software testing is not just about testing. It's about providing quality to users. Testing helps to improve the quality of the software and increases the efficiency and speed of the project.Read more
Today's leading organizations are using machine learning-based tools to improve decision-making, and they’re starting to experiment with more advanced applications of artificial intelligence (AI)...Read more
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