Quantum computing is in the very early stages of being fully utilized by enterprises for their use cases. But in theory, it is promising. Leaders across enterprises from different domains are trying to understand how quantum computing would help them in the future. Sharing some basic understanding of quantum computing from my learning. How is … Continue reading Quick look at quantum computing
Enterprise or Startup – How to get kick-started, or keep going with AWS?
One of the biggest hesitant factors in the cloud adoption strategy is the support customers expect from the cloud vendors. As more and more the business is served by technology, it is natural for the customers to think long-term with the cloud before taking the first step. In the last couple of years, it is … Continue reading Enterprise or Startup – How to get kick-started, or keep going with AWS?
What would the gig economy bring to the information technology sector?
The traditional employment models are changing, as more and more talent prefer to choose freelancing as a primary work style. Many experts in the industry are calling this freelancing as Gig employment or Talent Employment. The gig economy is not new for many industries. It is about connecting a person in need with the person … Continue reading What would the gig economy bring to the information technology sector?
2020: Adaptive preparedness for the next decade and beyond
Who doesn't want to move away from 2020 and step into 2021? No matter where you are located and what you do, I hope everyone is just as excited as I am to see what 2021 has to offer. In one way, Covid-19 has brought in a unilateral mindset among enterprises, organizations, and governments to … Continue reading 2020: Adaptive preparedness for the next decade and beyond
Next in Android
Like the famous Netflix show - ‘My next guest needs no introduction’ every year around this time the next in android is a known surprise - ‘Next version of the android OS’. So this year its about ‘Android P’. Looking at the timeline from google on the rollout of this version, we can clearly understand … Continue reading Next in Android
Decoding the future of coding
Can machines code in the future? Yes. If we look at it on a broader prospect we will realize that this is achievable. It can all be a step by step evolution - Help - Start integrating open source repositories and forums on a click from IDE. This is different from the API documentation that … Continue reading Decoding the future of coding