What does it mean to be a maintainer? I mean not just in the literal sense but what all challenges that we as maintainers face when we talk about managing an open-source community [https://blog.tooljet.com/the-power-of-open-source-communities/]. Are we biased? Do we struggle to put our point across? Are
Would you like to contribute to open-source projects but aren't sure of your coding abilities? Or you'd like to contribute to open-source as a non-coder? Trust me on this, non-code contributions are deeply valued in open-source projects. Developers are quite hands-on when it comes to making contributions to open-source projects.
As the businessess continue to grow their demands and aspirations are also getting diverse. Low-code, no-code platforms for application development are able to cater to the diverse interests of the businessess of today. However, being relatively a new concept the low-code, no-code functionality is surrounded by some confusion and myths.
Some open-source components may require you to make your source-code public. Understand what are open-source licenses and what comes free and what doesn’t to keep away from legal peril The popular world of open-source licenses can be a confusing territory to venture into and there may be several misunderstandings
We are amidst a renaissance that is bringing about a major reshuffle in the application development process. Experiencing the renaissance of everything custom marked by an urgency to develop applications and software quickly to try out innovative and parallel things. This related parallel shift favouring the adoption of 'no-code' & 'low-code'
‘Opportunities come and go and hardly last. The year ahead of us is an opportunity for us to bring about impactful solutions in our enterprise architecture’. Through the experience of Google Cloud’s [https://cloud.google.com/] Debanjan Saha, GM of Data Analytics and Amar Awadallah, VP Developer ; > For several
Open source softwares has gained tremendous fanfare through the decades. It caught light speed especially when the large tech companies began to contribute code earnestly. All of a sudden the world was lavishing in an innovative infrastructure that money didn’t buy! Tech giants like Facebook (Apache Cassandra), Google (Kubernetes
We are in interesting times when organizations ought to innovate and look for creative ways to customize their internal applications and this is possible without having a lot of technical know-how. New development techniques offer a plethora of opportunities and the way ahead. Source : Google Images Imagine, in an organization
Low code platforms are making the lives of the developers easier and how? Source: Google ImagesCan no-code/low-code (NCLC) platforms replace developers? Rather they may fall in love with it! NCLC platforms have the ability to eliminate the repetitive and boring aspects of development and in place extend the opportunity
Open-source projects thrive upon the solid foundation that open source communities offer. However, there are zillions of open source communities and building and maintaining one is no magic but calibrated efforts of the maintainers who do not shy away from following certain best practices. How do we stand out? Are
Enterprises are now keen to make a shift to open-source software solutions and especially so since 2020. Open-source software supports organizations with the growing market demands of making things happen quickly while never compromising on the quality front. Come the pandemic and these enterprises felt the challenges posed to not
Open Source has been evolving over the last two decades and is now an integral component of the contemporary IT landscape. If you’re into the development of software and applications you may have inevitably come across the debate that talks of open-source vs enterprise open-source. However, when we look
Are you facing the lack of digital agility required to efficiently meet the pace of business transformation? Are you reliant on code-heavy platforms, manual systems and siloed data? You know you may need to transform at this point however it may require a heavy financial burden upon the organization. And
Most of us, at times, are unable to understand or differentiate between low-code & no-code. At times some of the users describe them in a similar way. Does this matter? What are the real differences between them and how can they be used independently? Both the low-code & no-code principles of application