Top 6 Native App Examples in 2022 for Vendors to Learn From

For many enterprises, developing a mobile app has become a major priority in order to gain clients. Native app development is an excellent choice among the many possibilities because of the numerous advantages it gives you. This article will provide you with an insight into this strategy and some examples of native applications to consider.

Software Development: Offshore, Onshore, or Nearshore?

When faced with a choice of a software development team, you have a world of those to choose from. Literally. Country borders don’t limit you at all. So should you choose someone from your own country or from abroad? And if the latter, is it safe to bet on a team from far, far away? Let’s take a look at the concepts of offshoring, onshoring and nearshoring.

Java in the Future of Kubernetes-Native Applications

Self-service availability, automatic infrastructure scaling, and dynamic resource pools are all advantages of cloud-native and Kubernetes-native technologies. This article will explore what it means to bring Java into the distributed, Kubernetes-first, cloud-native application development world we live in today, as well as why it is so critical.

The (Often Ignored) Difference Between Agile and Scrum

The relation between Scrum and Agile is similar to the one between squares and rectangles. If you use Scrum, you also use Agile. But if you use Agile, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you also use Scrum. The main difference between Scrum and Agile is that while Scrum is quite specific about how you do… Continue reading The (Often Ignored) Difference Between Agile and Scrum

How to Run an Effective Code Review? Practical Tips from a Developer… for Developers

Some may ask: what is the point in doing code review if we have automated tests? Let me ask differently…what exactly do tests test? Is the app correct? Or whether the app has errors? My answer is: tests can only help us know if the app has errors. Tests alone, don’t care about the quality of the code.

Design Decisions Affect Code Complexity

As software developers, we write code which falls into one of two categories. The first one is the business logic code – the essence of the software we create. The second one is infrastructure code – a backbone of the application. Did you ever think what is the optimal ratio between an amount of code in these two categories? In this article, I will share my observations on this topic. Small side note, in the course of this article I will use term BICR to denote Business/Infrastructure Code Ratio.