When businesses develop new apps they usually struggle to get valid and qualitative feedback from users. Many companies battle with searching for people that will provide honest thoughts on the mobile and web apps they have created.
People simply can’t get enough of their mobile devices these days. Most individuals check their smartphones several times a day, sometimes compulsively. We sleep with them by our night table, and then turn them on as soon as we wake up. The mobile epidemic is evident across the globe.
Small and mid-sized businesses across the globe are relying on the advancements of technology-based solutions to strengthen and grow their marketing, product development, customer interaction and other general business operations.
DevOps is a word bandied about in the development world as being demonstrative of a software company’s maturity. But what exactly is it? Is it a principle, a process, a methodology, a toolset? In fact, DevOps can be described as a combination of all of the above. But above and beyond all that, it’s about bringing stable software to market faster.
Fixed price contracts can be rather tricky in a Scrum environment. Classic software development and Agile software development are very different from one another, and things that work in one environment don’t necessarily work in another.