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Contracting a software consultant can end up being a great asset to your company. But only if you manage to hire a professional that fits your needs and justifies the costs.
To stay ahead of the curve, businesses need to have solutions up and running as effectively as possible because any downtime can drop a company’s productivity. The good news – there’s an easy way to get control over your IT operations without building a large in-house team of experts.
In a world jam-packed with digital solutions, there should not be the need to talk about the importance of quality assurance. The competition is too high and there's no room for error.
Whether you’re an early-stage start-up or a Fortune 500 company, today’s business leaders need their IT peers, in-house teams, and vendors to deliver quickly and efficiently to avoid excessive investments and secure savings on Total Cost of Ownership.
Agile was born as an iterative approach to software development. Since then it grew beyond the IT field and is now successfully applied across industries for everything from marketing to developing hardware and aerospace engineering.
You might start your project with clearly defined goals and milestones. But if you stick to the plan and ignore changes that happen outside of your window, you might end up with a product that fails to address your current business needs.
To get all the benefits out of test automation, you need to have a right test automation framework in place. Selecting a wrong one may lead to a waste of your time and money.
In September 2014 Apple had to pull back the latest iOS 8 update in less than an hour after its release. The update caused severe unlocking issues along with frozen updates, lost signal, and 67% more crashes. What's unfortunate, the tech giant could’ve avoided this blunder entirely with regression testing.
When most people answer the question "Why software should be tested?", the responses might include making sure the product works as intended, that the solution is secure and complies with certain policies, can satisfy the end-users, etc.
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 so, the debate of Kanban vs Scrum goes on.
Choosing the right software methodology (Agile vs Waterfall) is one of the first decisions you’ll make about your project. It will affect how developers approach your project, the way you manage your team and communicate with your partners.