API management platform

An API management platform is a type of software that helps developers to create, publish, and manage APIs. It provides a central location for all API-related activities, including designing, testing, and securing APIs. Additionally, an API management platform can provide features such as analytics and monitoring to help developers understand how their APIs are being … Read more

Windows 95

Windows 95 was a personal computer operating system released by Microsoft in 1995. It was a significant improvement over the company’s previous Windows products, and was the first version of Windows to gain widespread adoption. Why was Windows 95 so important? Windows 95 was so important because it was the first release of Microsoft Windows … Read more


Mendix is a low-code application development platform that enables developers to rapidly create and deploy custom applications. Mendix uses a model-driven approach, which means that applications are built by dragging and dropping pre-built components onto a canvas. This makes it possible to create sophisticated applications without writing any code. Mendix applications are built on top … Read more

Reality capture

Reality capture is the process of digitally recording and preserving the appearance and shape of a physical object or space. It is often used to create 3D models or virtual reality simulations. There are several ways to capture reality, including 3D scanning, photogrammetry, and laser scanning. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, depending … Read more

Event sourcing

Event sourcing is a technique for storing and retrieving data that focuses on tracking changes, or “events,” to data over time, rather than on storing the current state of data. This approach can be useful for auditing or for maintaining a history of changes to data. What is Event Sourcing in microservices? Event Sourcing is … Read more


Triage is the process of prioritizing a list of tasks or problems. In the context of software development, triage typically refers to the process of prioritizing bugs or feature requests. When a software developer is triaging a list of bugs, they are typically looking at factors such as the severity of the bug, how many … Read more

Private API

A private API is an interface that is not publicly exposed and is only meant to be used by a specific set of clients. A private API may be used by an internal team or a select group of partners. A private API is often used to hide implementation details or protect sensitive data. What … Read more

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is an open source initiative developed by Google to improve the performance of web pages on mobile devices. AMP pages are designed to load faster than traditional web pages, and can be served from Google’s AMP cache. Google has announced that it will begin to show AMP pages in its mobile … Read more

Intellectual property (IP)

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce. IP is divided into two categories: – Industrial property, which includes patents for inventions, trademarks, industrial designs, and geographic indications of source; and – Copyright, which includes literary, artistic, and musical works, … Read more

Gold plating

Gold plating is the act of adding extra features or functionality to a software system beyond what is necessary to complete the required functionality. Gold plating is often done in an attempt to make a product more competitive or to make it more appealing to customers. However, gold plating can also result in a software … Read more