This blog is a one-stop knowledge point for Microservices architecture, in general, and introduces Ninjacart’s microservices platform in particular.
My wife delivered a baby during the lockdown. Within the next 3 days, my entire family was infected by the virus, including my in-laws. We were scared and confused. We didn’t know how to take care of the baby and were worried about my baby’s safety.
My managers, Kenneth and Jessie, have always created a safe place for failure and success. They let me figure things out for myself and conduct my operations as per my comfort. Whenever I faced difficulty, they were always there to rectify and share the feedback to smoothen everything. At Ninjacart, your supervisors always show the right path to success.
We believe a business is powerful when it is fueled by Data, and our Ninjacart Data platform constantly provides support to the business by providing access to real-time data and also supports Analytical use cases.
In this article, we will talk about our journey of creating Event Driven Architecture (EDA). We’ll cover the issues we faced before our EDA, things to keep in mind while designing it, and some technologies and/or solutions for EDA.
OpenSource Projects have been a backbone for millions of developers and hundreds of companies around the globe. We will pick some of the popular projects today to create a robust pipeline.
It was a complete shift in environment for me - from working in an AC room to walking around a busy market for hours. But, I loved what I did; I had the opportunity to understand every aspect of the business.
With the app, we had a clear idea of prices and the margins we had to set. We now sell at an average price which helps us turn a profit. We expanded to this bigger store just a month ago.
Experimenting with a completely different role than what you signed up for is not everyone’s cup of tea. I learned the Ins and Outs of Sales Operations - right from pickups to delivery which helped my performance.
What drew me towards Ninjacart was the business idea. Farmers have the skillset to grow crops, but they are misinformed or clueless about what they can do next. We help by doing just that for them.