Introduction to object-oriented software

A really common jargon that gets thrown around in the world of software is ‘OOPS’. This does not refer to a mistake, as in ‘oops!’. On the contrary, OOPS in software in mostly a right decision. OOPS is an acronym for Object Oriented Programming System. It is one of the ways to think about software, 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 software”

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”