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Girls Rule — and we’ve just taken over Go!

Content posted here with the permission of the author Bhuvana Prabhu, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here. On 25th of November, I had the honour of being the host of the first ever Golang Girls. I’d … Continue reading

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JobIntentService Android: How to Example

Content posted here with the permission of the author Sambhaji Karad, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here. What is JobIntentService? Helper for processing work that has been enqueued for a job/service. When running on Android O or later, … Continue reading

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Journey from NoSQL to SQL(Part II) – Data Transfer

Content posted here with the permission of the author Meenakshi Kumari, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here. In my last blog, I have shared my experience of gem changes and preparation of schema for PostgreSQL database. In … Continue reading

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Could InsureTech look at Crypto Currency as a premium payment alternative?

The blockchain truly has shaped up into one of the biggest technological disruptions of the decade. A digitized, distributed and secure ledger that guarantees immutable, transparent transactions, it gives both parties involved a proper breakdown for each transaction, thus ensuring … Continue reading

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Journey from NoSQL to SQL (Part I) – Schema Designing

Content posted here with the permission of the author Meenakshi Kumari, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here. My project is an B2B(business-to-business) website, where vendors can sell their products to shopkeepers directly or with the help … Continue reading

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Would blockchain and AI re-define the future of InsureTech?

While the insurance sector is increasingly adopting new technologies, there still exists a huge gap in the efficiency of processing different insurance product offerings and customer expectations. For example, it is still very frustrating for customers to wait on phone … Continue reading

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Wearable technology empowering the sports industry

   From the introduction of wireless trackers for heartbeat monitoring in the 1980s to apps and websites that came up in 2005, to the introduction of FitBit, the biggest gamechanger in the wearable tech industry in 2007, it has been … Continue reading

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