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  • Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
    Imposter syndrome is a psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to see their own accomplishments, dismissing them as luck, timing, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent and competent than they believe themselves to be. Whether you’ve just begun your journey to learn how to code or you’ve been […]
  • Building a Second Brain
    This article by Tiago Forte got me curious Here’s how he describes it: How many brilliant ideas have you had and forgotten? How many insights have you failed to take action on? How much useful advice have you slowly forgotten as the years have passed? We feel a constant pressure to be learning, improving ourselves, and […]
  • Oracle Cloud: Architect Path
    Oracle’s Gen2 Infrastructure Cloud as a Service scores high on parameters like cost effectiveness, reliability, security & high performance with low-cost choice of variety of virtual compute shapes, dedicated bare metal, autonomous database, Oracle real application cluster (RAC) that can be consumed as a service, Exadata engineered machines for superior performance of mission critical workloads. […]
  • Being Comfortable With Estimation
    Let’s talk about how you can prevent estimating software tasks that you feel uncomfortable about. By the end of this article I hope to give you some tips that will help you be a little bit more successful when you’re put into this situation. It’s really common in software industry and usually it is just […]
  • Acing Your PSM 1 Assessment
    A guideline on how to prepare & pass your professional scrum master I examination from scrum.org Introduction & Motivation Scrum is lightweight, simple to understand, and difficult to master Taking a certification without knowing what you’re going to face is like going to a war without knowing what weapon should you bring. To make sure […]
  • RPA: What you need to know
    Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is an important component of the ‘Future of Work’ toolkit. Many large organizations have big teams working on RPA even as many others are waiting for others to realize benefits before they jump in. This is precisely what happens when a disruptive technology comes to the fore. Risk averse organizations wait […]
  • Advice For New Developers
    Making mistakes is part of the learning path to greatness. Failing quickly and often is a hallmark of success. And aiming to avoid making the same mistake more than once should be somewhere high on your priority list. Yes, personal experience is the most powerful way to learn but the knowledge acquired through others’ experiences […]
  • Adopting Remote Work
    Companies who don’t have a remote strategy won’t be competitive by 2030 Remote work is already everywhere. The smartest people I know all plan to work remotely this decade, while the most interesting startups I have discovered are all offering remote work. At the same time, there is a massive supply and demand problem. Far […]
  • Low-code: Build at the speed of ideas
    What Is Low-Code? Low-code allows you to transform ideas into innovation fast. There’s no need to code an application line-by-line and write big blocks of code for everything. With low-code, you draw it — just like a flowchart. Create & Deliver Enterprise-grade Applications at unbelievable speed This efficient process: Makes creating new applications quick and […]
  • Hello Blogging World 🙂
    Kunal Sharda, A resident of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Started his journey as a low-code developer in 2016 working on Appian BPM platform. He’s an engineering graduate from Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal in Information & Communication Technology specialization. Currently pursuing MBA from NMIMS, Mumbai. When he’s not coding or learning something new, he loves to play […]

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