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Natalie Kaminski
Natalie Kaminski
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What Is Refactoring (And Why Is It Useful)?

Code refactoring is the process of refining the code itself, without changing what it does. The point is to make it easier for developers to use, understand, and work on the code.

Although it may not be as exciting as other parts of the development process, code refactoring is crucial for the long-term maintenance and expansion of software. Most software is too complex to handle for any significant duration, unless developers work to simplify it and make it easier to understand.

Regular refactoring is a top priority for our developers. It helps us help our clients, whose web and mobile applications need to be constantly up-to-date and secure.

Andrew Parshukov
Andrew Parshukov
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How Technology is Impacting Financial Services

The financial industry has long been at the forefront of technological development. Centuries ago, it led to the discovery of logarithms and decimal numbers. More recently, it adopted computers and the internet decades before the general public.

Today, technology continues to drive finance. Some key areas of modern financial technology include:

  • Customer Relations Management

  • Robotic Process Automation

  • Blockchain

  • API Platforms

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