12 Jun

AWS Sumerian Tutorial

Building a Virtual Reality (VR) Proof of Concept Using AWS Sumerian Technology Virtual and augmented reality are two very hot topics right now in marketing and business, and they’re slowly making their way into mainstream products. AR/VR is growing beyond the gaming industry, and VR is creating more and more business use cases for companies of every size to adopt this…


SourceFuse a Certified PubNub Partner event
31 May

Hyper-Scaling Your Startup on the Cloud - A Chat with AWS, PubNub, and SourceFuse

A Fireside Chat with the Startup Community, AWS, and PubNub SourceFuse recently co-hosted a Fireside Chat session with AWS in collaboration with PubNub. The agenda was to invite a diverse group of startups to take part and engage in lively conversations on ‘Hyper-Scaling Your Startup on the Cloud’.   Our speakers from, SourceFuse, AWS (Amazon Web Services), and PubNub. All our…


28 May

Buzzwords abound at Collision 2019

Buzzwords are a fact of life in the startup pitch world, and at this year’s Collision Conference they did not disappoint. Machine Learning, AI, Cloud, Blockchain, IOT, and Everything-as-a-Service: Buzzwords abound at Collision 2019 As many entrepreneurs who have sought funding know, there are hot areas of technology that many investors seem to gravitate to and expect to hear.…


Ashish-starting-HealthCare-logistics Platform
17 May

Microsoft on AWS

Ashish speaks at the AWS Hong Kong Summit Ashish Kaushik, Head of DevOps at SourceFuse, attended this year’s AWS Partner Summit as a Panelist to express his views on Microsoft Workloads on AWS. The themes this year at the AWS Partner Summit, held in The Mira, Hong Kong, revolved around Blockchain, Database migration, Machine learning & IoT. The Partner Summit is designed…


06 May

AWS Partner Event • Power Dinner with AWS & Friends

We recently hosted a Power Dinner, an AWS Partner Event and invited industry leaders to come and discuss the ways of “Increasing Business Productivity with Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning”. AWS Partner Event The event put forward ideas about the use of Machine Learning in making better-informed business decisions with the ability to learn from data, identify…


16 Apr

A GitHub Pull Request Workflow

Having a GitHub Pull Request Merged on one of AWS’ Most Popular Open Source Projects: SAM (Serverless Application Model) Nearly every dev and dev shop uses GitHub in some form or fashion. We have 23 repos on our public profile, and I won’t even tell you how many “aliases” we already use. Not to mention the small fact that everyone on our team uses GitHub independently. And…


FinTech in Jax
29 Mar

FinTech in Jax

Last Thursday (March 21st) we headed back to MOSH to discuss real-world high volume FinTech in Jax with some of the areas smartest minds in the space. FinTech companies are stepping out of traditional norms and doing more than mobile payments or blockchain fantasy. The relationship between finance and technology is closer than ever, and now part of our everyday lives. So,…


DevOps at SourceFuse
11 Mar

DevOps – What It Is and Why You Need It

DevOps, what is it? DevOps is the accumulation of people, tools, and processes. Meant to improve upon legacy software development practices through increased speed and flexibility between the business and the development side of IT. Eliminating rigid operations and distributed ownership. According to Amazon Web Services, DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies,…


DevOps Competency
08 Mar

AWS DevOps Competency

It’s official. We (SourceFuse) have earned our AWS DevOps Competency Even though we’ve been an AWS partner and in the APN ecosystem for years, we finally got our ducks in line and applied for our DevOps Competency. The process made us organize ourselves and bring some of our capabilities to the forefront to prepare for our AWS audit. AWS DevOps Competency The cobbler’s…


Get your UDID for App testing
01 Mar

How to find your UDID on the new iPhone Xs, iPhone Xr and iPhone Xs Max

Your UDID is a unique identifier that Apple uses to associate a device to an iOS developer account so that developers can install and test their apps before releasing them. Every iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch has a Unique Device Identifier (UDID), which is either a 40-character alphanumeric string (on iPhone X models and prior.) Or a 24 character identifier with a dash after the…