21 Feb

Kabir Speaks at the SME Conclave

'Delivering entrepreneurial market value' at the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Conclave. Kabir was part of a panel discussing this as well as ways to leverage affordable technology. SourceFuse's Kabir Chandhoke @ LMA Conclave on SMEs During the discussions, all the panelists were stressing the importance of SMEs branching out from their exclusive mindsets and becoming…


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10 Feb

Simplifying Cloud Migrations with AWS for Public Sector Organizations

Recently, SourceFuse was invited to speak at an AWS Cloud Workshop in Chandigarh, India -- just a short drive from our Mohali office. The event was focussed on the benefits and strategy of cloud adoption within the public sector. Sohrab Pawar, Associate Director (Business Development) at SourceFuse represented our team and demonstrated how we used AWS Connect -- a 100%…


SourceFuse 2018 Year in Review
22 Jan

2018 in Review

2018 was an awesome year and we have even bigger expectations for 2019! All of us at SourceFuse are grateful for the relationships that we’ve cultivated with our partners and clients. Check out our 2018 highlights in the Year In Review graphic below.


13 Sep

How many gas stations are there in the United States?

Welcoming new employees is not about you, your position, or your company. It’s about your customers. How are new hires going to benefit them; the customers, and help them achieve their goals? Our customers have goals, and they hire us to help realize those goals. Sometimes those goals are fully flushed out with conceptualized technical requirements already in mind, and…


AWS:Summit New York 2018 Recap
01 Aug

AWS:Summit New York 2018 Recap

In July 2018, Amazon Web Services hosted an annual summit in New York. More than 10,000 cloud computing practitioners, AWS aficionados, and hungry technologists attended the action-packed event. AWS Summit New York 2018 Event Recap & Our Keynote Recording We were fortunate enough to have two separate opportunities to speak to the in-person audience and the virtual…


Obviously Bart is the Bad Code and Lisa is the Good Code here.
11 Jan

Good Code vs Bad Code

‘Bad Code’… If you have ever worked in software development than I am sure you have heard this phrase before in one way or another. It’s as if, a battle is taking place in a mystical land of software development, where Good Code is always fighting Bad Code. And, if you believe in fairy tales and happy endings…then one day the Good Code will destroy all of…


Container Orchestration Tools
10 Dec

Container Orchestration to Reorganize Cloud Computing

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…


01 Nov

Our Agile Testing Framework

Agile Development: Fragile Deliverables Agile Development is great, it’s how we build for most of our clients. But, it can have its challenges, like:  Weak Acceptance Criteria (Documentation Aversion): Stories created in a sprint often lack enough detail for QA to build proper acceptance criteria. Inadequate Test Coverage: With continuous integration and changing…


30 Oct

Microservices Design & Development explained (Case Study)

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.…


26 Oct

Bots UP! Why your digital business needs conversational bots.

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 intuitively.……