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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Jan 11, 2021

Native App vs Web App: Which to Choose?

Developing your own app is an important thing to get right, whether it’s for use within your own business, client-facing, or for the general public. One of the first decisions to make when developing an app is the choice whether to develop for the browser (web app), or for native use (downloaded to computer or mobile).

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Oct 26, 2020

Freelancer vs Software Development Company, Pros & Cons

Do you have an excellent product idea that you can’t wait to make a reality? It’s not always an easy choice to decide on who will help bring your plan to life. Each project is different, so there’s no one-size fits all answer as to whether freelancers or software development companies are the “better” choice.

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Aug 27, 2020

UI Design Trends for 2020

UI design is a constantly evolving field. What was hot over the last few years may now be out of favour. Just as home interior decorating trends change, so too do the UI design trends of software, web apps, apps, and websites. If you’re developing and want an amazing user interface that really resonates with your users in 2020, then look no further than these emerging design trends.

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Aug 13, 2020

Is Custom Software a Good Idea for Small Businesses?

As a small business owner, you need your company to run like a well-oiled machine. One of the best ways to make sure your business is running as efficiently as possible is to implement custom software.

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May 28, 2020

The Myth Of The Fixed Price Software Project

Ah, the fixed price software project. Sounds great in theory... but in practice? Someone’s probably going to end up either in a fit of rage, tears, or both - whether it’s you or your developer (and possibly both of you…).

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