Bryan Reynolds

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Sep 17, 2019 8:36:28 AM
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Angular vs Aurelia

The debate of Angular vs Aurelia is one that has raged since 2015. Like the Boston Red Sox and the Yankees, the two JavaScript client frameworks are fierce competitors. They were built with similar philosophies, however their stark differences set them apart from each other. While both assist developers in building modern applications for mobile, desktop, and web applications, after a side by side comparison, the reality soon becomes clear. There is one top contender and overall winner in the Angular vs Aurelia battle. 

Sep 9, 2019 10:06:07 AM
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Mobile App Development Native vs hybrid

No matter the business that one may be in, mobile apps are becoming an increasingly important part of capturing and maintaining market share. With so many companies seeking to develop mobile apps, a hot topic over the last few years has been whether it is best to go with a native app, a browser-based web app or a hybrid that uses features of both.

Sep 5, 2019 5:32:10 AM
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Software Prototyping: What Is It, and Is It Right for You?

Software prototyping is one of the many services that Baytech Consulting offers. For many firms it’s the undisputed best choice for software development, especially when working with a vendor like us for that development.

Sep 1, 2019 11:37:48 AM
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Why Python Development Is Hot in 2019: Current Trends

Python is an ever-increasingly popular programming language, and that trend continues in 2019 and beyond. Just how popular is Python? According to Github’s Octoverse research project, it’s trending high by all sorts of metrics. Measuring by repositories created, Python is #3 and is on a meteoric climb, behind only Java and Javascript. 

Aug 22, 2019 4:38:52 PM
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The Pros and Cons of Software Development Outsourcing

Over the last 10 years, one of the hottest and most controversial issues in the world of business has been outsourcing, typically from developed countries like the United States to poorer, developing ones. This has especially been true in the world of software development where many companies have opted for the far-cheaper services of programmers in the developing world, who are often able to passably compete with their stateside counterparts on skills while dramatically undercutting them on price.

Aug 14, 2019 11:51:34 AM
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Migrating to Event-Sourcing and Microservices

As late as the 1990s, most heavily used business applications were running on mainframe computers or powerful network servers. These programs were typically monolithic, with the entire program needing to run for every use case. While this worked at the time, today’s systems demand scalability, resilience and responsiveness that such older models often cannot deliver.

Jul 25, 2019 9:13:00 AM
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The Pitfalls of In-House Software Development

If you need to develop custom software or upgrade your existing enterprise software, you have options. You can opt for in-house development or you can outsource it to a well-reputed software house.

Jul 18, 2019 9:15:42 AM
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Why Kubernetes is So Popular in 2019

If you want to deploy cloud-native applications, then Kubernetes is a powerful system that you can’t ignore.

Jul 11, 2019 7:40:28 AM
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We Are the Recipient of the 2019 Clutch Leader Award!

As a custom software development company focused on quality, our mission to deliver our clients’ visions on time, on spec, and on budget. Since we first opened our doors in 2007, software, the web, and apps have all changed in how they are developed and how the world uses them. We’ve kept up with the times and are proud to announce that we have received a Clutch Leader Award among software developers in Los Angeles!

Jul 3, 2019 9:15:10 AM
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Time and Material vs Fixed Price: Which Pricing Model is Better?

You've finally settled on the right software developer and it's time to set up a contract. You don't want a pricing model that will force you to renegotiate late, so you want to get it right the first time.