<> CodeTag – Programming Fun

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<> CodeTag , Aditi’s very own version of a Hackathon, brought together tech savvy folks together yet again.

The teams were formed by the participants themselves and the floor was open to all, to join any team. As a result, we had some interesting new combinations of team members who had worked together before. To further boost each team, Litehouse team members pitched in and contributed with their innovative visual design techniques and approaches.

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Customer Journey Mapping in the Internet Age

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Customer Journey mapping is an integral part of customer experience design. Customer journey maps help to understand the 360 degree view of customer experience lifecycle. While designing the customer experience for any business, it is very important to start with a holistic customer journey map.


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Slice of π

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22nd July is Pi Day and to mark the occasion we thought of bringing some facts and information about π for the geeks at Aditi.  To add an extra dash of fun, we’ve divided this post into 3 fun facts, 1 OMG fact and 4 informative facts about Pi (π = 3.14, get it). To know more about Pi, read on …


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The AWS Certification Series – Part 2: 7 Tips to crack the AWS Solution Architect (Associate) exam

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Transparency Is The New Green & Change Is The Only Constant

transparency-is-the-new-green-blog-thumbnailI remember the day I came back to work after a good one year sabbatical. While I was excited to be back at work, I was also nervous about picking up a project that was running very critical on timelines. Now after a 5 month journey into the project, I am glad I took a decision to work on it as I have had many a learning out of it – particularly on facing the customer in real difficult situations!

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