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Overview: Deploying Glific on AWS ECS fargate with CD in place

By Satendra Rawat

September 10, 2020


The Glific project is being built by a distributed team, working across timezones. In addition to that, we have sub-teams for frontend and backend applications. This results in short release cycles, where we fix issues and release them quickly. To allow for quick integration and assessment of the work, the…


Refactor regularly to delay legacy

By Nishanth KD

February 1, 2018


Have you ever gone over an application codebase and felt that it should be refactored because it’s poorly written and just doesn’t make any sense? However doing so feels like an enormous task? Read on to make sure your application doesn’t end up like that, Legacy. Lately, I’ve been consulting…


Choosing the right tools

By Vaibhav Rathore

December 25, 2017


  Isn’t this a perfect screenshot?… Umm… I’ll take your vote as yes. Being a developer or any other professional, it’s important to make things happen. What’s more important is to make those things happen the right way. When I started out on WordPress, I didn’t care about how good…


Trying a different approach towards meeting

By Tushar Bohra

December 20, 2017


We all have read at some point of time how meeting is a waste of time mostly. There are so many suggestions and tips to make it better and more efficient. I observed one flaw with all the tips. They all centred around making the them efficient, but no one…


How a few code changes added more value to us

By Vaibhav Rathore

December 18, 2017


From here:     To here:   And we were able to do that with a few code changes that literally involved rearranging a few lines. Don’t believe it? Read further.   When I found out that the home page of our site was 1.8MB, I was shocked. Literally. Even…


Empowering our customers with more value, more impact

By Abhishek Sharma

December 16, 2017


Most of the times in our exchanges with the vendors we feel helpless. We feel we could get more out of the exchange. It ends up with a feeling of being settled for less. Well, as customers we have onus to be diligent and not make the lives of the…


How writing vision document helped us in a new project

By Tushar Bohra

December 13, 2017


We started of with a new project recently. We had done the initial very high level requirements for cost estimations. Now it was time to start on the road to execution.   The marketing team of our client had done there research. They had come up with a general requirement…


Difference between Using and Following a framework

By Tushar Bohra

December 11, 2017


Frameworks are a boon to the modern web development. A framework provides easy to follow guidelines that can be utilised to remove a lot of complication.   However, we all must understand the difference between using and following a framework. I remember when I started with Laravel. Given my heavy…


Bazar model of delivery in a client project

By Tushar Bohra

December 8, 2017


I read The Cathedral and Bazar by Eric S. Raymond some time back. The author talks about the contrast between two very different delivery models. He also specifies the advantages of the Bazar model in an open source project. The essence of the bazar model is to ship features out…


Harder, better, stronger at crafting websites

By Abhishek Sharma

December 6, 2017


We must from time to time look back at our work, how to deliver better value to our customers and level up the game by another notch. Improvement is the only way forward and there are two ways it can happen. One, as an everyday betterment-through our micro interaction with…


Do interviews really suck

By Abhishek Sharma

December 6, 2017


I’ve been juggling with the thought whether interviews are a good match making technique for companies and candidates or not. I conclude that it can’t be a means to an end for the purpose. Being a startup, it is more important to know if a person can work under the…


Under-commitment is fine!

By Tushar Bohra

November 29, 2017


The key to be productive at work is to have rough goals for the day. It helps in knowing what are your going out to achieve and also to measure your progress. However, most of us have issues keeping up with the day’s goal and often end the day with…


Compassion and Software Development

By Tushar Bohra

November 27, 2017


In the past, I have always written about the importance of having an open relationship with your clients and the benefits it has for the products. Having an open relationship helps to being in compassion and lets you think from your client’s perspective. It helps us to understand the needs…


Development Practices

By Himanshu Dhiman

November 25, 2017


Every product goes through a certain process involving multiple stages while its development phase. Software products are developed going through multiple cycles of Requirements, Design, Development, Testing and Releases and this whole cycle is known as a Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). But here the question arises that only following…


The two pillars of an organization

By Vaibhav Rathore

November 25, 2017


A success of an organization depends on several factors. It’s team, it’s products, it’s customer base and relationships, it’s tech and a lot more. These may vary depending on team size, the targeted audience and market. But the two things which are always there, irrespective of what the organization size…


The human aspect of software integrations

By Tushar Bohra

November 23, 2017


Software development is a lot like how our world works. We all are good a somethings and not so good at so many things. In real world, we all collaborate and work together as an entity. We support each other and grow together.   In software development, we support each…


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