Software is full of either-or choices. Android or iOS, Agile or Waterfall, backend or frontend, AWS or Azure. One that we often get asked about is the difference between open-source and proprietary software.
In 2019, there are plenty of different contracting models floating about. Remote working contracts are attractive because they’re often more affordable, the developers can often have more expertise than folks in your current area, and you don’t require the staffing floorspace/resources/setup on your own premises that inhouse contractors demand.
Oh wow, here we go… How long is a piece of string? Apps can cost anywhere from under a hundred dollars/pounds/euros to make to over hundreds of thousands! The size, all the “moving parts”, and graphic design of your app are all important elements that help guide putting a dollar figure on your app.
When building a new digital product or updating current systems, be it a website or an app, you want to ensure that your product is something that your users actually want to use – not a painful experience.
To build and ultimately release a great product you’ll need a motivated and talented product development team that combines skill, with character and company culture. No easy feat, but one that’s definitely doable!
There’s plenty of software-speak that goes whooshing over the heads of most people - and even some of the heads of those programming! Two of the terms that you might hear thrown about in the world of software are microservices and web services. These are both ways of defining software products: by breaking larger software products down into manageable chunks that can talk to each other. Let’s take a closer look.
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.