There’s a quote from the ’90s that never loses relevance: “No matter what job you have in life, your success will be determined 5% by your academic credentials, 15% by your professional experiences, and 80% by your communication skills.“
Is DevOps outsourcing still a good idea? On one hand, companies like WhatsApp, Slack, GitHub, and Nokia have all, at some point, used remote IT contractors. Some of them rely even today on third-party providers.
Oftentimes, project teams are made up of a mess of goals, deadlines, and emotions. But only a well-structured team can turn this into a force that drives your software product and makes it stronger.
Thinking about outsourcing web development? You might be searching for ways to cut costs or acquire new capabilities to stay competitive. After all, a recent Deloitte survey found 76% of executives outsourcing IT functions. This includes both startups developing an MVP and mature enterprises that build amazingly complex systems.
This year, users will download 299 billion apps. That’s more than a 20% jump from just three years ago. Seems like it’s high time to develop your own app. But let’s be real – building an app isn’t a one-person job. You need a team of skilled professionals who can work well together to release a great product.
As countries all over the world are taking extraordinary measures to stop the pandemic, we all are forced to rethink our habits. Caught between anxiety and chaos we struggle to maintain team collaboration and productivity. MindK has been managing remote teams for over 10 years and we know from our experience that working from home is now easier than ever.
Do you feel insecure about hiring a remote team? Even though globalization means that you can hire talents all around the globe to build the best product out there, collaboration with web development outsourcing companies may seem risky.