Welcome to the latest episode of The Deqode Podcast, where we dive deep into the world of cross-platform development. In this episode, we invited Yash Ratnaparkhi, our Mobile development expert, to discuss the hotly debated topic of React Native vs F

In this episode, we delve into the hotly debated topic of whether Artificial Intelligence (AI) will take our jobs. With the rapid advances in AI technology, there is a growing concern among many people that machines will replace human workers, leadin

In this new series of The Deqode Podcast, we are here with a minimal talk show where we discuss the latest tech trends in 10 minutes so that people in a hurry can easily be updated about the trending things going on around them. Today we wi

In this episode, we delve into the world of Ruby Gems, the popular package manager for the Ruby programming language. We sat down with our guest Ashrut Panchal to discuss the ins and outs of using and creating Ruby Gems. We start by exploring what Ru

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The breathtaking pace of technological innovation makes it difficult to predict a tech trend, especially when life-altering breakthroughs are happening every day. But to give you an idea of how pioneers in technology will shape our lives, this episod

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