TechCrunch: Creating a “SEA” Change in the Digital Age

Learn how modular approaches to software development are providing a much-needed boost in efficiency

Due to a shortfall in skilled developers, the software industry urgently needs to increase efficiency. Could adapting industrial concepts such as the production line and division of labor provide the answer? In this article, Matt McLarty of the API Academy explores how modular approaches to software engineering – such as API-based app development and Microservices – are finally making it possible to apply these age-old concepts to the digital realm.

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