Rahul Sahasrabuddhe has been working on Microsoft Technologies since last 17 years and leads Microsoft Technology Practice at a leading software company in Pune. He has been instrumental in setting up competencies around Azure, SharePoint and various other Microsoft Technologies. Being an avid reader, he likes to keep himself abreast with cutting edge technology changes & advances.

Rahul Sahasrabuddhe has written 7 articles, which have been read 152951 times.
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Abstract: In this tutorial, we will learn about what containerization is, how it is rapidly changing the cloud-based deployment landscape and where Kubernetes fits in. We will also touch upon how various cloud providers like Azure and AWS are dealing with this change.
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Abstract: Machine Learning as a concept or term is fairly known in the tech world now. This tutorial is a short and sweet primer on this topic, as well as on the Azure Machine Learning Studio. After reading this article, you can confidently have a 10 minute elevator talk to anyone on Machine Learning.
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Abstract: Flux is a new application architecture introduced by Facebook in May 2014. This article compares the MVC architecture with Flux from various perspectives.
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Abstract: Is User Experience (UX) important or is it just a buzzword? This article analyzes the usefulness of UX in an application development process.
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Abstract: The past few years have seen a meteoric rise in SPA and MVC applications. You cannot go more than a few sentences discussing SPA without stumbling upon a JavaScript framework. This article will serve as an introduction to new as well as established JavaScript frameworks, and will help you make better decisions when you shop for a JS framework to compliment your ASP.NET MVC apps.
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Abstract: This article talks about serverless architecture in cloud platforms like Azure and AWS. We will also see how various cloud platforms like Azure are readying up for serverless offerings.
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Abstract: Learn about .NET Core – a subset of .NET Framework. .NET Core is an attempt to make it more streamlined for specific purposes, structured enough to be lean and mean and robust eventually.

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