.NET Core vs. .NET Framework: Side-by-Side Comparison

.NET Core vs. .NET Framework is a popular debate in the IT community. Check out our side-by-side comparison, beginning with an overview of these technologies, their benefits to end-users, and their relevance in this digital age. Read more

Prometheus Architecture Explained

Prometheus is a favorite tool for monitoring different metrics for your application. Read more about the architecture of Prometheus here! Read more

What are Script Errors and How Can We Address Them?

Script errors are difficult to debug because they don't contain additional information about what and where they went wrong. Read more to learn how to address them! Read more

The Developer’s Guide to SOLID Design Principles

SOLID is one of the most popular collections of software design principles. Its goal is to help you avoid common pitfalls and plan your application’s architecture from a very high level. Click to learn more! Read more

What is Full Cycle Software Development?

Have you ever wondered how a successful app comes to life? The short answer – a brilliant idea combined with the successful orchestration of full-cycle software development to implement it. Read more on full-cycle software development here! Read more

A Primer on Prometheus Metrics

Keeping an eye on metrics is one of the essential things that every developer should do for their applications. In this blog, we will be discussing how to use Prometheus metrics/Open metrics for Golang, Java, Python, and Javascript. Read more

A Developer’s Guide to Web Application Architecture

Web application architecture is a blueprint or a skeleton that charts the interactions between various application components, middleware systems, user interfaces, and data stores. Read on to learn more about web application architecture! Read more

Monitoring Kubernetes with Prometheus

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, and open-source platform used for managing containerized workloads and services. Learn how to monitor Kubernetes using Prometheus! Read more

Ruby Flip Flop: What It Is and When to Use It

A ruby flip-flop refers to a system that comprises two alternating (on/off) states that one can switch between Let’s dive in and learn more about what this operator is, how it works, its different types, what it offers, and where it makes sense to use it. Read more

How to Use Ruby BEGIN and END Blocks

Ruby’s BEGIN and END blocks (in uppercase) are reserved keywords in Ruby and are pretty straightforward to use. Here we explore what they are and how to use them! Read more

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