Is Design Dead? – Thoughts on Martin Fowler’s piece

In his provocatively titled blog “Is Design Dead”, Martin Fowler (no introductions needed), touches on some very interesting notes that every software engineer, business analyst, technical architect or anyone who has to do anything with building software would benefit from. The blog puts forward its best points under the shadow of XP (Extreme Programming), however … Continue reading “Is Design Dead? – Thoughts on Martin Fowler’s piece”

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FishTrap: A Hybrid Mobile Application

FishTrap is a hybrid mobile application developed using PhoneGap which helps fishermen and amateur fishermen make an appropriate fish catch. The system predicts the probability of fish based on an algorithm which considers various factors and helps the user find fish based on region. A user can also view features like mass, length etc. with … Continue reading “FishTrap: A Hybrid Mobile Application”

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We are web developers. For the past 18 months, as a part of the Web Development Team, our task was to create websites, scalable server architectures and web-services. We enjoyed the journey, we were the technology behind one of India’s largest e-commerce companies. Our clients included a coupon cashback e-commerce portal based out of middle-east. … Continue reading “OUR EXPERIMENTS WITH PHONEGAP”

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Grails Framework

“Grails is an Open Source, full stack, web application framework for the JVM. It takes advantage of the Groovy programming language and convention over configuration to provide a productive and stream-lined development experience.”   A lot of documentation is present on this subject; however here is a quick and fast introduction. Grails is an MVC … Continue reading “Grails Framework”

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