A full-stack developer is somewhat of a unicorn in the technology ecosystem. He/she possesses a wealth of knowledge to create complex applications from scratch, including all its front-end as well as back-end components. Front-end components are those that end-users interact with while back-end components comprise server configuration, storage, database authentication, logic, etc. 

Ever wondered what Facebook is doing with your data? Or what exactly is artificial intelligence handling the data?

Well the answers are all here.

The modern workplace is in the throes of massive transformation as Artificial Intelligence (AI), conversational bots, and digital twins overtake the human resources management space. Globally, the market for HR software and tools is expected to be worth USD 9.89 billion by 2022.

There’s no denying that DevOps is the new paradigm for application development in today’s fast-paced business environment. However, successful implementation of DevOps is contingent upon confidential data exchange, an increasingly difficult proposition given the growing sophistication of cyberattacks.

A great product manager comes equipped with certain qualities that sets him or her apart from the rest. Be it strategic thinking, passion for product development and the ability to decode customer insights, product managers are always working at the sharp edge of development phase to bring out a successful product in the market.

We live in interesting times where the pace of change in digital technologies outpaces organisations’ capability to adapt successfully. According to McKinsey’s Global Survey on Organisational Transformations, companies today are no more successful at overhauling their performance and organisational health than they were 10 years ago.

Though not a good start to India’s tour of South Africa, the Indian team, under skipper Kohli’s leadership is raging to come back with some good action in Johannesburg. Meanwhile, what’s creating all the buzz is the Indian U-19 team’s performance in Australia. 

Android phones have undisputedly reigned over the mobile phone market, especially in India. Fast, intuitive and rapidly evolving, 2017 saw some exciting features added to the list with the release of Android Nougat. Now android phones come equipped with face and fingerprint recognition, multiple window browsing, split screen option and quick app switching button too. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Product life is full of whimsical findings, as every product manager would agree. The ups and downs in a product lifecycle hold cues only a discerning eye can see. Part mathematics and part magic, product management is a trade one learns with time, but some lessons may require you to wear the detective’s hat and follow the clues, that many product mangers see, but never observe.