Full Stack Technologies

As technology rapidly expands and evolves, so does the demand for talented developers who are able to understand and work on both the front and back end to create a usable end product with little input or support.

Java Full Stack

Java Ecosystem is so vast that it is impossible for a developer to learn every relevant Java skill of the time. That is why Java Full Stack developers that know both the front end and backend development are in demand.

.NET Full Stack

.NET Full Stack developers focus on C#, SQL Server, ASP.NET MVC, Web API, Entity Framework Code First, Bootstrap and HTML5 which are required to build a real-world application with .NET.

Web Full Stack

Frameworks are like ready-made tools that developers can use to build websites more easily. They provide pre-built code and conventions that solve common challenges, making development faster and more convenient.

For front-end development, libraries like jQuery are popular. They offer pre-built functions that developers can use to add interactive features to their websites without having to write everything from scratch.

JavaScript frameworks like AngularJS, Node.js, React.js, and Ember.js are also popular for front-end development. They provide conventions and structures that make building complex websites and applications easier.

On the backend, there are frameworks like Rails for Ruby, Django for Python, and CakePHP for PHP. These frameworks offer pre-built components and conventions to handle common backend tasks, such as managing databases and handling user authentication.

Overall, frameworks and libraries save developers time and effort by providing reusable solutions to common problems, making the website development process more efficient.

Cloud Technologies

Today, every business is a cloud business and cloud is the key enabler for digital transformation. Cloud technology instantly brings agility, ability to reimagine business and industry functions and creates the fabric for innovation across the entire enterprise.

Google Cloud Platform

Google Cloud is the market’s “fiercest challenger,” under the new leadership of CEO Thomas Kurian. What tips the scales in its favour is its engineering muscle and in particular the way customers gain access to and engage Google engineers, particularly for co-development. 

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft has gained ground under the leadership of “cloud first” CEO Satya Nadella, building a huge global cloud network of its own. Microsoft is a popular choice with C-level iexecutives that have long-standing relationships with the vendor and know that they can consume a great deal of their enterprise computing needs all in one place.

Amazon Web Services

AWS has entered the cloud sector in 2006 and ever since dominated. Now, AWS is the clear market leader globally for public IaaS and PaaS market share at 33 percent. The key strength for the market leader continues to be the breadth and depth of its services, with more than 175 across compute, storage, database, analytics, networking,