Agile Development

Agile Software Development Consulting

We’ve spent more than a decade developing software products and refining our processes to achieve high efficiency, fast delivery, and ultimate quality. With our Agile consulting services, MindK helps companies speed up time-to-market, lower the development cost, establish crystal-clear processes, and build high-performance teams.

Agile Development

IT Team Augmentation: a Solution to Tech Talent Shortage?

Even before the start of the pandemic, developed countries had a huge shortage of qualified engineers. The situation only got worse in 2022. As the wages continue to grow, IT team augmentation appears to be one of the most promising solutions to these problems.

Agile Development

Kanban vs Scrum: How Do You Decide Which Methodology Is Best for You?

Scrum and Kanban are two of the most popular Agile frameworks. Both have their pros and cons. Both have proven their ability to produce great results in the face of high uncertainty. Yet, they shine in completely different situations. And here’s where the Kanban vs Scrum debate starts and goes on up until now.

Agile Development

Agile vs Waterfall Approaches To Project Management

The success of a software development project is closely related to which software development approach is used. Agile and Waterfall are two of the most popular types of software development methodologies today. But how are both of them managed and what is the difference?

Agile Development

The role of an Agile mindset in times of turbulence

Long ago the US Army War College represented the acronym VUCA to describe the situation following the end of the Cold War as Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous. Today it is hard to find a better explanation of the current business environment.

Agile Development

5 Best Practices for an Effective Requirements Gathering Process

“If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there” – this quote by Lewis Carrol has survived decades because it remains apt, and, surprisingly enough, conveys the value of requirements gathering for software development pretty well.  In other words, you should understand what you want to get in the end and why you actually need it.

Agile Development, Design

Usability testing: how to analyze your website for UX pitfalls

Most users will abandon your app after a single use. That’s why providing a smooth user experience should be among your top priorities. Moreover, each dollar invested in usability could return as much as $100. And the first step towards improving your UX is running usability testing.