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Behavioural Design Patterns: Strategy

Previously we used the state in order to add some functionality to an application based on the user state. Our next behavioural design pattern is Strategy. 360 more words


Making the most of Regulatory Compliance

Most businesses need to comply with a myriad of regulations, often within their operating nations – sometimes with more than a few countries globally.

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DI is not DI and is not IOC kind

Dependency Inversion is not Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control is entirely a different thing altogether.

Dependency Injection is an Inversion of Control technique for supplying 

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First Impressions: Robinhood

Robinhood is one of the newest FinTech unicorns on the block. And there is a good reason for it. Onboarding is dead simple and they reduce almost all friction to buying stocks, trading options, and using margin. 949 more words

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Unit4 2019 Predictions: The Year Ahead for the ERP Market

As we transition from one year to another, it is customary to look back on the past year and begin to consider what might unfold in the year ahead. 90 more words

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ERP Has Reinvented Itself Again, And This Time It's Going Designer

As early as the ’90s, businesses and analysts alike have foretold the death of the ERP system. Over 20 years later, however, ERP is still alive and well.  50 more words

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Does multi-tenancy really matter anymore?

Software multi-tenancy refers to a software architecture in which a single instance of software runs on a server and serves multiple tenants. A tenant is a group of users who share common access with specific privileges to the software instance. 38 more words

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