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Domain Driven Design Microservices

Using domain-driven design to increase your business capabilities

Domain-driven design helps organizations create business capabilities with the architecture that microservices need.

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APIs Integration Product Development

Types of user communication APIs that every product team should use

Most applications will use more than one type of user communications API for different parts of the user experience.

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Join us at the virtual NASSCOM International SME Conclave 2022

Join us at the 3rd edition of the virtual NASSCOM International SME Conclave.

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Product design UI / UX

Upcoming product design trends for 2022

In 2022 product design trends are going to focus on human-centered designs, minimalist styles, expressive fonts, and immersive animations.

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Delivering our insights on Blockchain, NFTs and Metaverse at D-School of Business

It was a great opportunity to present our insights into the world of Blockchain, NFTs and Metaverse at D-School of Business.

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Microservices

Business benefits of API integration

API allows you to extend the functionality of your applications and offer a seamless connected experience for your customers.

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Microservices

Domain driven design for modern software applications

Domain-Driven Design is an approach for architecting software design by looking at software in top-down approach.

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We’re at #ProductCon – the largest product management conference in the world!

Join us along with top Product Leaders from around the world. Connect with our team of product experts and master product design and development together.

MVP Product Development

Which type of MVP is right for your startup idea?

Successful entrepreneurs transform their idea into a process that allows for evolution to occur. They discover the best features by building an MVP.

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Microservices

Methods for microservice communication

There are more than one ways for services to communicate – both in a synchronous and asynchronous pattern.