Understanding REST API Maturity Levels

Understanding REST API Maturity Levels

REST APIs use HTTP protocol to allow applications to communicate with each other via the internet. Those who want fast, robust, and scalable interfaces need to track REST API maturity levels. This begins by measuring the existing maturity using the Richardson Maturity...
5 Signs Your Company Has Outdated Applications

5 Signs Your Company Has Outdated Applications

When you use the same applications every day, it can be hard to gauge their effectiveness objectively. Even teams working with state-of-the-art technology have their complaints. Meanwhile, those left with outdated applications often develop workarounds and tell...
Nonviolent Communication and the Scrum Development Process

Nonviolent Communication and the Scrum Development Process

At the start of each sprint, scrum teams must understand what the product owner (PO) wants to achieve, discuss how they’ll execute the delivery, and define a strategy for achieving it. Constructive and objective discussions, characterized by nonviolent...
Emerging Trends in Healthcare Data Analytics for 2022

Emerging Trends in Healthcare Data Analytics for 2022

Few industries have needed to adapt faster than healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic. There’s no sign that things will slow down in 2022, either. Particularly of note are several rapidly emerging trends in healthcare data analytics. Many in healthcare have...
Over-Fetching and Under-Fetching: REST APIs’ Exhaustion Signs

Over-Fetching and Under-Fetching: REST APIs’ Exhaustion Signs

With REST APIs, it is possible to solve most communication problems between systems on the web. Today, there is hardly an architecture system without a REST API. Often, applications use REST APIs to facilitate conversations between the back end and the front end. The...
Data Silos FAQ: What Executives Need to Know

Data Silos FAQ: What Executives Need to Know

In companies of all sizes, it is common for individual teams to make decisions based on data only accessible to them. We call these data silos, separate collections of information available to a particular group of employees that are hard to access by others in the...