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Hyper versatility - a niche

Specialisation and niche offerings are one of the foundational elements of success for any business proposition. Differentiation and industry focus elevates the provider against their competition more, so buyers also are biased towards providers focus and track record that aligns with their needs.  Information Technology propositions are no different however success of application of technology to solve a business problem that we generally term it as “Use Case” is largely dependent on the out of the box thinking of a CTO. There are many ways to solve a same problem. Designing, developing, and implementing a solution that is elegant, scalable, sustainable over a long period is work of an art. It is a completely different ball game when you develop something from scratch vs building a solution on top of a legacy infrastructure.  D10X is known for developing intelligent and agile solutions. D10X Mantra is to use simple solutions rather than 'buzzwords'.  Hyper versatility in probl

What we (D10X) look for while recruiting Software Developers?

Recently we have posted job ads on LinkedIn as well contacted various recruitment agencies. As usual, we got hundreds of profiles and most of these are irrelevant/not matching to our requirements. This could be a result of candidates so desperate to land a decent job OR the recruitment agencies / hiring agents carrying out a 'Keyword' search for shortlisting profiles against the requirements. Both scenarios are commonly prevalent today in the market. So if you are looking to join D10X, here's a blog that will not only set our expectations right, but will guide you to develop yourself. At D10X, we look for 2 key attributes in our team members  Aptitude for Programming: It is possible that you have done many courses on programming and you know the syntax. That does not mean you have aptitude for programming. You cannot learn the 'aptitude for programming'. You either have it or you don't. Many candidates fail to write really simple programs. And we reject them qui