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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Jun 21, 2021

The Main Differences Between Wireframe, Mock-up, and Prototype

When we talk about wireframes, mock-ups, and prototypes, we are talking about graphical representations of software - how a system will look to end-users - and, in the case of the prototype, how it will work, too. This is generally in the form of an app (whether web, mobile, or desktop), although you might get clever with things like IoT and smart watch displays, too.

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Apr 27, 2021

7 Ways to Save Money with Microsoft Azure

The allure of cloud computing isn’t just in its portability – its in the fact that you can wind up saving money on computing infrastructure and resources, too. Azure is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform, akin to Amazon’s AWS. If you are already running MS Office in your organisation, then considering rolling over some functionality to Azure holds quite the allure.

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Mar 28, 2021

An Overview of Software Testing Strategies

Wouldn’t it be awesome if developers could just code a piece of software perfectly the first time around and there were zero bugs, the software working flawlessly, forever? Development time would be fast and customers would be assured everything would always work.

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