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Good Code vs Bad Code

Posted by Thomas Meadows

Jan 11

‘Bad Code’...If you have ever worked in software development in any shape or form I am sure you have heard this phrase before. It is, as if, a battle is taking place in the mystical land of software development where the good code is always fighting bad code in an epic fight, with God striking down Satan from the Kingdom of Heaven.

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The world of technology is ever so dynamic, just when the world, especially the business community was wrapping its head around cloud and cloud computing...the tech world is set for another significant change. What change you wonder...it's how ‘container orchestration’ is set to change ‘cloud computing’ as is today. But, before we establish how container orchestration is set to affect this change,

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SourceFuse's Agile Testing Framework

Posted by Kabir Chandhoke

Nov 1

Agile Development: Fragile Deliverables

Agile Development is great, it’s how we build for most of our clients but, it has it’s challenges. 

  • Weak Acceptance Criteria (Documentation Aversion): Stories created in a sprint often lack enough detail for QA

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Microservices Design & Development explained (Case Study)

Posted by Manpreet Singh, Kabir Chandhoke, Anuj Verma and Jagatveer Singh

Oct 30

This case study discusses how SourceFuse implemented One Call's Driver Network using microservices architecture. Pros and Cons of adopting microservices architecture will also be explored. This paper also details on how nonfunctional requirements like reliability, efficiency, logging, etc are being handled in this implementation of a microservices architecture.


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It’s easy to pass up conversational bots as the latest passing trend, but the fact is, this form of communication is old, really old. Human communication was revolutionized with the origin of speech approximately 500,000 years ago. Symbols were developed only about 30,000 years ago. So, it’s no surprise this form of communication is what comes to us naturally and

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