Sep 19, 2021

Why You Should Start Testing Early in Software Project Development

Test early, test often! Test early, test often! If you’ve ever attended a Software Engineering 101 class you will have heard this phrase drilled into your brain. Why? Because the earlier and more often you do your software testing, the less bugs persist in your code through to production.

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Aug 29, 2021

Comparison of Machine Learning as a Service Providers

Machine Learning as a Service (MLaaS) is a relatively new type of platform offered in the cloud. These are cloud services designed to help build, train, and then run predictive models incorporating machine learning (ML). ML can be handy for any organisation, whether it’s in accurately predicting sales data for the next month in a small business, through to a large enterprise building a custom chatbot for customer service.

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Aug 12, 2021

Top 5 Tools for Agile Teams

One of the key pillars of Agile is trusting teams to self-organise. In practice, this often looks like teams picking their own tools to use. While it might sound like a scary, messy concept, if you have good talent they’ll be motivated to stay organised and on track with whatever solution they choose - or roll over to a better one when they find it.

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Jul 27, 2021

5 Benefits of Cloud Native Architecture

Software development is an ever-evolving field. What was cutting edge five years ago is now standard or surpassed by something even faster, more effective, or more feature-rich. One of the changes that the field has undergone in recent years is swapping over development, test, and deployment software environments to the cloud.

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Jul 14, 2021

How to Create a Digital Roadmap

Creating a digital roadmap for your business should be a key priority as we head into 2020 and beyond. If you haven’t yet started the digital transformation process, then it’s about time you begin the journey.

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Jul 07, 2021

Measuring Productivity Of Your Software Development Team With Agile Metrics

Productivity in software development is typically tricky to measure. Is it how fast your team are doing something? It has been proven time and again that lines of code is a poor measure; are the number of modules an indicator? The degree of module reuse within a project, or from previous projects?

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