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Polar bears stumble across sign that reads how to start a neobank.
Feb 7, 2023 12 min

Time to Catch Stars: How to Develop a Neobank from Scratch in 2023?

As Statista writes, in 2023, the transaction value in the neobanking segment is projected to reach $4.5 trillion, and by 2027, the number of users is expected to amount to 380 million. This information raises many questions — from “What is so special about neobanks that people leave traditional banks and rush to use them?”…

Jan 10, 2023 7 min

Custom Java Development: Is It Really a Good Idea?

Printed books, vinyl records, and film cameras are evergreen attributes, unlikely to go out of trend in our fast-changing world. And in the high technology field, it’s the java programming language that is considered a timeless classic. But is custom java development still a great solution when it comes to advanced projects? Time to find…

Three parrots in eyeglasses stand in a row in front of laptops with Qulix logo and think about how to outsource .Net development.
Jan 5, 2023 9 min

How Is .NET Great, and Why Should You Outsource .NET Development?

.NET might seem a little scary. Why? It’s a versatile and powerful platform with tons of functionality, and even to imagine what might slip through your fingers if you don’t do things right is overwhelming enough. But how can you get rid of the fear and reap the benefits of .NET? Our hands-on experience in…

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Jan 2, 2023 9 min

Advantages of Using Docker for Microservices in 2023

Microservices bring many benefits to the project, but ooooh! tricky they are, those microthings! Here is when Docker will be of great use for you. As the leading containerization platform globally, it helps you a great deal when it comes to microservice-based architecture. So what are the real advantages of embracing the Docker philosophy and letting…

Jan 2, 2023 7 min

4 Great and Powerful Debugging Techniques in 2023

The early computer programmers in the 1940s believed that programming would be a straightforward process: hard thinking, writing a program, and nothing else. The reality was revealed to them just several years later. In June 1949, the creator of the first stored-program computer EDSAC, Maurice Wilkes, could not have his code run due to 20…