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A message from the founder

Updated: Jun 27, 2023

Welcome to the home of HeavyDuty Software.

At HeavyDuty Software we live breath and solve the hard problems of software development such as distributed applications, cloud, scalability, performance, data science and more.

We are thinkers and problems solvers first. If you have a difficult technical problem that you need guidance or help with, you have come to the right place.

In this blog we will be sharing our knowledge and experience gained in 25+ years of building real world applications and solving real world problems.

Our topics cover a wide range of technologies with focus on understanding, comparing, reviewing. We focus more on "why" rather than "how to".

We review technologies, products, open source frameworks, research papers and other items of popular interest.

Interesting code we write will be available in github as open source.

The intended audience ranges from software engineers to architects to engineering managers, VPs and CEOs.

If you seek knowledge, information, guidance to how to solve certain problems, stay tuned for subsequent blogs.

If you like the content and/or need further help, do not hesitate to contact us. We are open for business.

Manoj Khangaonkar

Founder, HeavyDuty Software


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