SDKs stand for software development kits. SDKs are a collection of tools such as libraries, compilers, frameworks, APIs packaged into a simple installable file build for a specific platform or an operating system. For example, an android app will use an android SDK that is .R file, iOS will use a .framework file. They usually come with documentation and sample code and can be created for both client-side and server side usage.
In the episode:
0:02:39 Bhavna Muraleedharan’s career journey so far.
0:05:47 SDKs – A brief introduction.
0:07:07 Usage and application of SDKs.
0:09:49 Difference between SDK and API.
0:12:14 Considering you have built a bunch of SDKs in the past, what excites you about it?
0:14:17 When building SDK’s, what are some key criteria to meet?
0:19:36 Trends and Evolution of SDKs.
0:25:32 Rapid fire questions.
0:29:02 What is your one piece of advice for those aspiring to make big in their careers?
0:31:00 Trivia on Software.
About the guest:
Bhavna started her career as a mobile app developer for companies such as Motorola, for building software that is pre-downloaded in the device when you buy it. She worked with many teams and individuals which gave her a lot of experience and made her an excellent people manager. She has also worked in AR and Big Data space. Soon after, she started up and built one of the early referral and engagement tracking SDK products and since then went on to build multiple products mostly in the SaaS space.
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