Author Archives: Binu Kumar

About Binu Kumar

Technical Manager of Bridge Global with 12+ years IT experience who has been mastered in every SDLC process via own experience. Client relations in a technical and process perspective and more importantly focussed on result oriented approaches, makes him stand out. Domain knowledge of Finance, CRM, Product development, Travel & tourism, Education are some of the verticals worth mentioning. Technology know-how of both Open source and Microsoft along with Cloud exposure & DB expertise, blended with best situational handling capabilities & quick results is what his own clients recommend him for! Is a very good Agile practitioner too with CSM certification.

Securing your Website with HTTPS Protocol, Padlock & Green Address Bar!

Establishing secure internet transaction is integral to safeguard the confidentiality and integrity of website communication with browsers. Installing SSL Certificate on the web server is the best way to achieve this. Let’s have a quick look at how this can …

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AWS in a Nutshell

22 February 2018 Technology

I was very recently involved with a customer on providing Amazon Web Services (AWS) (mainly with Auto scaling and Route53 DNS services). It’s then I realized, how vast the AWS area is, and why it is on top of every …

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SQL Query writing: Best practices

10 December 2015 Soft Skills

  Writing effective queries on a RDBMS is something we develop from regular practice of query writing. We discuss here about the SQL RDBMS and some best practices in writing DML statements. It’s always recommended to have the DML statements …

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Project Management – The Base Rule

24 January 2014 Offshoring

Any (company/individual) Project Manager cannot execute a project to meet three goals at once like “High speed-Low cost-Best Quality”! Any comments?  

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Simply Scrum

Scrum is an agile software development framework for managing software projects or application development. Agile just means an iterative, incremental development approach with realistic calculations and self-planned approach. A key principle of Scrum is its recognition that during a project the customers can change their minds about what they want and need.

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