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Crew Clothing rolls out Couchbase mobile selling solution to improve in-store experience This article is sponsored by:

Couchbase has been key to Crew’s ‘store of the future’ strategy, which is underpinned by mobile and flexible selling solutions

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Netlify adds edge transformation to help brands deliver personalization at scale This article is sponsored by:

Jamstack pioneer Netlify emphasizes growing enterprise adoption with the release last week of new technologies to help deliver personalization at scale.

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Being the 'manager of the managers' - platform thinking revisited by OutSystems This article is sponsored by:

Prakash Vyas, Head of Portfolio at OutSystems, offers up a low code perspective on some pressing platform issues facing enterprise developers.

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DataStax Astra gets support for Kafka, RabbitMQ and JMS in bid to capture the ‘full data story’ This article is sponsored by:

DataStax Astra Streaming is now out of beta, but the vendor has added capability to integrate older messaging tools in order to give buyers more insight into their data.

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When 'freelance' becomes the gig economy, new developer needs emerge alongside the opportunities This article is sponsored by:

The developers’ favourite information and advice repository, Stack Overflow, knows full well the potential of the developer gig economy, and the company is setting itself to ensure that it helps it grow.

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