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Getting your content marketing strategy ready for the 2017 Holiday season

The average shopper spends $967 during the holiday season. However, getting a share of the pie is not easy, as competition is cut-throat. Here are the different options for retailers to get their content marketing strategy right for the crucial make-or-break season.  1. Get the Website Landing Page Content Right With so many retailers chasing […]

Why enterprises should not miss the DevOps Enterprise Summit 2017

The DevOps enterprise summit 2017 will take place from November 13th to 15th at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco. Speakers representing Fortune 500 companies across various industries have been invited to discuss their real time experience with DevOps, challenges faced and means to overcome them and other industry best practices. Check out the […]

All you need to know about Azure Confidential Computing

According to a recent announcement from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)  a 2016 hack is having serious implications even in the present day. According to key findings from the Global State of Information Security® Survey 2017 conducted by Pricewaterhouse Coopers, over nine billion records have been lost, stolen or compromised across several industries […]

Should developers embrace Drupal Commerce 2.0-rc1

Drupal Commerce 2.0-rc1 has finally got its full blown release, following eight months in the beta version. The phase in the beta version saw 58 contributors make 304 code commits, culminating in an extensive code rewrite with a redesigned UI, and several intuitive new features. Apart from several handy tweaks aimed at a better user […]

Ruby vs. Python: Which is the ideal platform for web development?

Python and Ruby are two popular programming languages for developing websites, web-based apps, and web services. Both are high-level, server-side scripting languages. Both combine power with simplicity, and enable rapid development. Here is a run-down of the key differences, to identify which one is ideal for web development. Both Python and Ruby are general purpose […]

Optimizing PHP website to boost your Business

The need to work toward website optimization is a must for web developers today. To achieve this goal, web developers are constantly striving to adopt the best practices in the industry. One of the best ways to create a useful website that is both customizable and dynamic is via PHP, a powerful scripting language. Considered […]

Black Duck join hands with Atlassian for greater open source security

The rapid growth in open source usage has given rise to significant security and management challenges.Coming up with a solution, Black Duck – the global leader in automated solutions for securing and managing open source has joined hands with Atlassian Corporation Plc., which is a leading provider of team collaboration tools and productivity software. With these two […]

PHP for Enterprise Apps: Scope, Limitations and Frameworks

Building applications for enterprises is geared by values of strategic creativity than by values of experimentation. With apps which are intended to be mission-critical, one cannot experiment. There is a need to come up with action plans for three core organizational regions: security, production support and maintenance. While most companies tend to consider their application […]

Google releases E2EMail Encryption Code to Open Source

Google released its E2EMail Encryption code to open source last week, which is expected to give a fillip to the open source technology. Open source will accelerate Google’s progress in E2EMail encryption. Google commenced its E2EMail project one year back with the aim of launching a Chrome app that would facilitate easy exchange of private […]

What’s the future of Ruby on Rails in 2017?

Ruby on Rails (RoR) had gained much attention a decade back, as it had changed the way web products were made. It made it possible, to pack lot of expressions in just few lines of code. But over the past few years, with the rise of PHP, Java and Python, the future of RoR has been […]