As a front-end developer, you always get asked whether you specialize in React or Angular. These two mainstream technologies have their strengths and weaknesses, and each is more appropriate depending on the project, but in this article, we will not be discussing that. I am currently working at Apiumhub, and recently I started working in Angular. This is a quick cheat sheet for getting started in Angular as a React developer. 

Creating a Component in Angular

Let’s imagine we want to create a CustomButton component. When we create this component in React, it can look similar to this:

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  • Basic understanding of .NET Core 6 API and C#.
  • Visual Studio 2022
  • SQL Server


  • Create .NET Core API using version 6
  • Configure Hangfire in .NET
  • Look into the different types of jobs that are present in Hangfire.


  • Hangfire is open-source and used to schedule the job at a particular event and time.
  • It is also used to create, process, and manage your background jobs.
  • We use this in background processing without user intervention.
  • Hangfire is reliable and persistent. It will take care of all things once the job is scheduled.
  • Hangfire dashboard is also available for us to manage all things easily.

Why Hangfire is Required in Background Processing

  • Sometimes we need to do lengthy operations like database updates and database maintenance so it’s managed periodically. 
  • Batch import from XML, JSON, and YAML files.
  • Recurring reports on a periodic basis.
  • Mass notification on subscription and sign up basis.

So, these are things that we are able to do periodically over a certain period of time as per our requirements.

There are different types of jobs that are present in Hangfire. We will look at them one by one.

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When deploying any application that holds customer or user data, both data compliance and data privacy are important areas to consider. Yet these two areas of data management are sometimes misunderstood. This article will shed some light on the differences between data compliance and data privacy.

What Is Data Compliance?

Data compliance refers to the requirement to meet certain legal obligations around the collecting, processing, and storing of data.

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Par Erik Marcadé, Head of SAP Labs Paris

Les entreprises et dirigeants du monde entier sont aujourd’hui confrontés à des défis de taille, que ce soit la volatilité des marchés, les incertitudes économiques ou encore les conflits géopolitiques… Ayant compris que l’intégration des technologies permettait de faire face à ces incertitudes, les entreprises redoublent d’efforts dans leurs transformations digitales pour survivre et prospérer. Cependant, la pénurie importante de talents et de compétences dans le secteur technologique renforce ce sentiment d’incertitudes.

Selon une récente étude d’IDC, 48 % des répondants sont confrontés à une pénurie de développeurs pour répondre à leurs demandes actuelles. C’est l’une des raisons pour lesquelles seulement 8 % des entreprises mondiales ont pu atteindre leurs objectifs de transformation digitale.

Dans l’enquête « Global Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey for 2022 » de PWC, on apprend que 29 % des personnes interrogées indiquent que leur pays ne dispose pas des ressources nécessaires à l’exercice de leur métier – les soins de santé, la technologie, les médias et les télécommunications arrivant en tête de liste. Pour combler le déficit de compétences, de nombreuses entreprises (40 %) investissent dans des programmes de perfectionnement et de formation, tandis que d’autres (33 %) augmentent les salaires pour retenir les meilleurs talents.

La demande de développeurs de logiciels n’a jamais été aussi forte, et cette pénurie de main-d’œuvre qualifiée crée non seulement des lacunes, ralentit le processus d’innovation et de croissance de nombreuses entreprises, mais provoque également des taux d’épuisement professionnel exceptionnellement élevés chez les développeurs. Pour les retenir sur le marché du travail, les entreprises devraient adopter des méthodes “low-code/no-code”, c’est-à-dire des méthodes de développement de logiciels qui ne nécessitent que peu ou pas de compétences en programmation. Plutôt que des langages de programmation textuels, ces méthodes utilisent des outils de conception d’applications visuelles et d’autres techniques de modélisation graphique.

En allant un cran plus loin, la clé d’une transformation digitale plus efficace pour l’entreprise ainsi que pallier la pénurie de compétences, passera par le développement de l’expertise technologique de ceux qui la connaissent le mieux – les utilisateurs eux-mêmes. Mais qu’entendons-nous par « utilisateurs professionnels » ? Il s’agit des analystes financiers, des opérateurs de la chaîne d’approvisionnement, des responsables de la chaîne de production, des spécialistes des achats et du marketing. Grâce à la formation et à l’investissement dans des solutions low-code/no-code, les entreprises peuvent exploiter la puissance du logiciel en dehors du back-office et la mettre entre les mains de personnes qui l’utilisent tous les jours pour innover, exécuter des tâches, se connecter, etc. En outre, cette approche permet également de répondre à la pression que ressentent de nombreux professionnels de l’informatique, chargés des grandes révisions d’infrastructure et des transformations digitales.

Les organisations peuvent former des employés qui n’ont aucune expérience préalable de la programmation, en leur fournissant des connaissances sur le low-code/no-code. L’objectif de ces formations est la certification en tant que «citizen developer», qui permettra à ces employés de développer et d’exploiter des programmes low-code/no-code à l’aide d’une expertise applicative personnelle. Ils peuvent alors décharger les développeurs professionnels de simples tâches routinières de programmation afin qu’ils puissent davantage s’impliquer dans le développement stratégique d’applications.

Bien sûr, les personnes ayant un certain niveau d’expertise technique peuvent également tirer profit des logiciels low-code/no-code : les tâches trop complexes pour un « citizen developer » comme les fonctions de sécurité, ou encore l’utilisation d’outils pour concevoir un programme à budget limité sans perdre la capacité d’évoluer. L’expertise des développeurs confirmés est – dans ce cas – toujours nécessaire mais avec l’aide du low-code/no-code, ils peuvent développer ces fonctions de manière plus efficace.

Les entreprises technologiques doivent être capables, à l’avenir, de s’adresser à tous : du développeur cloud-native et du data scientist, à l’architecte d’entreprise et au développeur d’applications et d’intégration, en passant par le concepteur UX et même les utilisateurs non techniques ! Le besoin est évident : le marché total adressable du développement d’applications et de l’automatisation des processus low-code/no-code n’a cessé de croître, et devrait atteindre 159 milliards de dollars d’ici 2030, contre 27 milliards de dollars cette année.

Dans le but de soutenir nos clients, SAP vient de lancer une nouvelle suite low-code appelée SAP Build – un ensemble d’outils qui mettent notre technologie de pointe entre les mains de tout utilisateur professionnel – utilisateur qui pourra désormais créer seul les applications dont il aura besoin, sans compétences approfondies en matière de codage et sans l’intervention du service informatique.

SAP Build est notre contribution à la mise en œuvre de cas d’utilisations commerciales, tout en atténuant les effets de la pénurie mondiale de compétences informatiques, grâce à la possibilité de transformer n’importe qui en développeur, ainsi que chaque entreprise, quelle que soit sa taille ou son secteur d’activité, en entreprise technologique.

Avec l’aide du low-code/no-code, les utilisateurs professionnels peuvent travailler plus efficacement et plus rapidement, les équipes informatiques peuvent se concentrer sur des tâches plus décisives et les entreprises peuvent mieux réussir, indépendamment de ce leur réserve l’avenir.

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In this article, we will talk about Git. Git it’s a version control system, a tool that tracks changes to your code and shares those changes with others. This article lists the most basic commands that a QA person/developer should know in order to master the management of GitHub repositories at a high level. It will be useful for both beginners and experienced users to review again basic day to day commands.

Setting Your Username in Git

The username is needed to bind commits to your name. This is not the same as the GitHub account username used to log in to the GitHub profile. You can set or change the username using the git config command. The new name will automatically show up in subsequent commits pushed via the command line.

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Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and machine learning have been two of the most exciting topics of the last two decades. Extensive research and hard work are necessary for machine learning and data science engineers to understand and run their models effectively. 

While they may differ depending on different individuals, the traditional machine learning steps include:

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Distributed tracing, as the name suggests, is a method of tracking requests as it flows through distributed applications. Along with logs and metrics, distributed tracing makes up the three pillars of observability. While all three signals are important to determine the health of the overall system, distributed tracing has seen significant growth and adoption in recent years. 

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Provisioning AWS resources for your applications/organization can be complex—creating the AWS infrastructures (SQS, SNS, Lambda, S3…) with a fine-grained permissions model—and then trying to integrate your infrastructure with your applications will take time until you test it to ensure the whole flow is working as expected.

In this article, I will introduce you to LocalStack, a cloud service emulator that runs in a single container on your laptop or in your CI environment. With LocalStack, you can run your AWS applications or lambdas entirely on your local machine without connecting to a remote cloud provider.

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