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In this post, Senior .NET Developer Dimitar Zhelev describes how to structure a web application. Dive into a high level overview of web APIs, discover why multilayer architecture is a good thing, and learn how to split an application into layers.
Don’t waste time, money, and energy developing products or features that you aren’t sure people will want or use. Instead, develop a user experience strategy and keep your team focused on solving the right problems for your target users.
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Great ideas for software are doomed if the requirements remain unclear. But where do you start? While a pre-defined template can offer important guidelines for your project, technical teams need more than just a template to successfully develop software. The best software starts with a conversation.
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