Archna Oberoi

Content strategist by profession and blogger by passion, Archna is avid about updating herself with the freshest dose of technology and sharing them with the readers. Stay tuned here as she brings some trending stories from the tech-territory of mobile and web.

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An Overview of Image Classification Using Transfer Learning

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 29, 2020 3:20:08 PM

For humans, classifying objects in an image is straightforward, as compared to machines. This process of classifying objects in an image, known as Image Classification involves labeling of images into predefined classes. Since there can be  n number of classes into which an image can be classified, manual classification (when there are thousands of images) is difficult for humans too. That is why automating the process of object identification and classification with machines is gaining ground.

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The Rise of Over-the-Top (OTT) Apps during COVID-19 Outbreak

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 28, 2020 2:01:35 PM

Despite COVID-19 bringing many lives and businesses to halt, there are several tools and apps that are helping to escape the challenges. We can say, Over-the-Top apps are one of them.

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Understanding a Scrum Team: Roles, Responsibilities, & Importance

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 22, 2020 7:30:00 PM

 

The software industry swears by the iterative approach to development. That is why Agile and its frameworks are the favorites of a project management team. Amongst the various Agile frameworks that are available for project management, Scrum, so far, has proven to be the most efficient one. 

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5 Evolving Trends in Software Development in 2020

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 21, 2020 3:18:00 PM

This year has marked a downturn for various industries. However, there are some that are actually enabling many to sail through the tough time. The software development industry is one of them. 

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6 Types of Apps that can be built with Angular

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 15, 2020 1:32:26 PM

In 2016, Google launched the successor of its most popular web framework, Angular JS. It was named ‘Angular’ and is also referred to as Angular2+ or AngularV2. Recently, Google launched the stable release of Angular and this is expected to give an extensive boost to its user base (web and mobile app developers). Also, Google has announced that it will end its official support for AngularJS on June 30, 2021.

Topics: Open Source
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How to Ensure Business Continuity Amid COVID-19 Crisis?

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 8, 2020 7:30:00 PM

The world health pandemic, COVID-19 has incapacitated businesses by impacting their productivity as well as overall economic growth. It has immobilized their employees, making them work remotely. COVID-19 has also presented the greatest career challenge to the CIOs, i.e. ensuring business continuity by taking care of data availability, employee engagement, and enabling business operations in the time of crisis.   

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Which PHP Framework is Right for you?

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 7, 2020 10:54:33 AM

Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) is one of the most popular programming languages amongst the developer’s community. Open source, easy learning curve, amazing CMS & frameworks written in it, a large dev community in support are some of the reasons why startups and fortune 500 companies entrust PHP for building their web applications. 

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5 Must-Haves in a Telemedicine Software to Improve the Healthcare System during COVID-19

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 2, 2020 12:10:02 PM

Worried about their well-being amid the coronavirus outbreak, people are reaching out to doctors even for mildest symptoms. However, the lockdown protocol has limited people to step out from their homes and thus they look out for the alternatives to the in-person consultation session with physicians. 

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Machine UnLearning: What it is All About?

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 1, 2020 6:24:46 PM

An average adult human brain has a storage capacity of around 2.5 petabytes in their memory. With such tremendous capacity, ‘forgetting things’ can be an awful experience for us humans. For example, not being able to recall the password that was updated a day before or unable to remember where the keys were kept the last time.

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Why Ruby on Rails is a Preferred Choice for Software Development?

By Archna Oberoi on Mar 25, 2020 4:49:23 PM

In the fast-paced and extremely demanding software development world, frameworks are like a magic bullet for the developers. They help in improving developer’s efficiency, reduce time-to-market, and improve application scalability. One such proficient framework is Rails, based on Ruby.

Topics: Open Source
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