Introduction to object-oriented programming

A really common jargon that gets thrown around in the world of software is ‘OOP’. This does not refer to a mistake, as in ‘oops!’. On the contrary, OOP in software is mostly a right decision. OOP is an acronym for Object-Oriented Programming.

OOP is one of the ways to think about a software solution, design its architecture and use an appropriate programming language to write it. In this post, I will explain to you some concepts of object-oriented software. If you are a future software developer, this post will make it easy for you to understand. Even if you never intend to be a software developer, this post will make you look at software from a different perspective. Continue reading “Introduction to object-oriented programming”

Intro to Aadhar pay system

In the last two posts, we saw how to use BHIM and PayTM using a smart phone. But what if the paying customer does not have a smartphone. Has India’s rapidly advancing digital payments pioneer NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) considered a way to include customers with no smartphones? Turns out it has. Of course, terms and conditions apply, but NPCI has made a way for non-smartphone customers to pay digitally. Enter Aadhar Pay. Continue reading “Intro to Aadhar pay system”