Defining Trends for Data Science in 2015

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

The term ‘data’ is often used everywhere, even typing this blog means creation of data. So, what is this data and what are we supposed to do out of it? The answer to this question means the creation of data again, confusing isn’t it? Data Science appears the moment we think about handling of data! […]

UI/UX best practices in CMS based web design

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Content management systems (CMS) make it super easy for you to manage the website content, its structure and design; thus saving your precious time and efforts, which you would rather focus to grow your business. Furthermore, when the amazing looking design mock-ups are integrated into a CMS, it simply does not feel at par to […]

IPv6: Enabler for Internet of Things

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

Ever wondered how much data is generated when you log on to the internet for checking the latest update your friend has done on Facebook? Trillions of bytes are transferred back and forth from your IP address. In addition, there are quadrillion like us on the globe having an IP address. Not to forget, we […]

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Enhancing Decision Making with Linked Open Data Cloud

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

The market for smart apps based on wearable devices or other IoT devices is growing multifold. This has become possible in recent times with the advent of open data and cloud computing. Additionally, there are better and reliable ways to solve the problems to make businesses more effective and to improve human lives. For example, […]

Top Five Pitfalls during eLearning Portal Design

Friday, October 16th, 2015

Designing the eLearning platform is a complex activity with multiple stakeholders. eLearning experts, Education experts, Content developers, Technology Architects, Business Analysts and sometimes even end-users participate in determining the overall functionality and features of a portal. However, many times the resulting portal may display some design drawbacks, which may prove difficult to mitigate. In this […]

Comparing Microsoft ADO.net and Entity Framework

Thursday, October 15th, 2015

It has been a topic of discussion since a very long time, and it continues to be in the fog – Comparison between Microsoft ADO.net and Entity Framework. What is better – in terms of performance, specific scenarios and achieving quality results?. Both are mostly used to help your applications and database to send and […]

Choosing the Right Set of Technologies for Developing Web Applications

Thursday, October 15th, 2015

Web applications are versatile these days, offering multifold customizable options to design and configure. When we talk about creating engaging web applications, it is all about providing a seamless experience across multiple devices, with robust performance and scalability. Choosing the right set of technologies is critical to ensure the above user expectations and adhere to […]

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