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A decade in review: 6 lessons learned about building client relationships

A decade in review: 6 lessons learned about building client relationships

Building custom software that solves complex problems for enterprise clients requires the right mix of technical expertise, mindset, and attitude. Getting it right results in long-term customer partnerships built on mutual trust and respect. 

Notch and Digital.ai Strategic Partnership Announcement

Notch and Digital.ai Strategic Partnership Announcement

This strategic partnership is the culmination of a long-term collaboration that started in 2018 with XebiaLabs, a recognized Gartner Magic Quadrant™ Leader for Application Release Automation, later acquired by Digital.ai.

Okta Customer Identity Cloud: Customer Experience Win at First Login

Okta Customer Identity Cloud: Customer Experience Win at First Login

Okta Customer Identity Cloud offers a really good deal – a comprehensive, secure, and user-friendly solution for managing customer identities and improving customer experience. It brings simplified onboarding, enhanced security, personalization, integration, and scalability, and boosts compliance.

Simplify database interactions in Spring Boot with JOOQ and Kotlin

Simplify database interactions in Spring Boot with JOOQ and Kotlin

The fusion of JOOQ and Kotlin is a potent solution for a new dimension of productivity. It addresses the challenges posed by database interactions in Spring Boot applications, which stands out from conventional solutions like JPA Criteria API or QueryDSL.

Reactive Encapsulation Pattern in Angular

Reactive Encapsulation Pattern in Angular

Reactive Encapsulation design pattern is best applied in situations where the application is focused on consuming a backend REST API that provides most CRUD endpoints. In such scenarios, the pattern brings simplicity, code cleanliness, and efficiency in state management, making the development of Angular-based applications easier.

Blazor Server vs Blazor WebAssembly: Choose the right one for your project

Blazor Server vs Blazor WebAssembly: Choose the right one for your project

While with Blazor Server Model the application runs on the server and dynamically updates the user interface (UI) over a SignalR connection, the Blazor WebAssembly hosting model executes the application directly within the user’s browser by leveraging WebAssembly.

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