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AnnaEv August 13 - Deventor

Node.js vs Python: No Winner No Loser

Software development is a unique human activity that stays somewhere in between art and serial production. On the one hand, thousands of applications see the light every year. On the other hand, each application is exceptional. Individual features and unparalleled requirements are inherent in every particular project. That’s why the selection of the most appropriate technology determines the future success of any software product.

This article is a brief comparative analysis of Python vs Node.js. Both technologies keep staying popular for years to attract web designers and software developers throughout the world. To figure out which of the two can match your project best find the key characteristics of both programming stacks below.

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AnnaEv August 13 - Deventor

9 Edtech Startup Ideas: Investing In a Market on the Rise

The malicious attack of the global pandemic became a curse for some sectors of the economy and a powerful booster for others. Yet, no sphere stayed unaffected, having to adopt novel approaches conditioned by the COVID-afflicted reality. This shift of modus operandi largely boils down to a digitalization drive with entire industries going remote. Education is taking imminent changes in its stride, manifesting the most significant growing pattern of ushering specialized software.

In such conditions, edtech startup ideas form an attractive investment niche that is sure to bring steady revenues for years to come.

This is an extract. Read the full article: deventor.io/blog/edtec…

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AnnaEv August 13 - Deventor

Remote Team vs Extended Team vs In-house Team: What’s the Best Model for Your Business?

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous companies are obliged to smoothly transition to remote or partially remote operating modes. And even after some restrictions were lifted, many offices decided to leave their employees the opportunity to work from home, since this turned out to be a more cost-effective solution. Indeed, according to statistics, 90% of software company employees were extremely satisfied with remote work conditions and recommended this work format to their friends.

This is an extract. Read the full article: deventor.io/blog/remot…

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