So you have a new idea for a piece of software… how do you develop the idea enough to know if a developer can build it, or how much it is going to cost?Read article
So you’re looking at building software. Let’s look at a few of the common reasons why you might be wanting to build a software product: You want to start a new business You have an internal problem that needs to be solved You think software will make your processes more efficient You’re a product company that wants to reach a new market or segment While these are all valid reasons for wanting to build new software, you need to carefully examine whether or not building software will result in a win for your organization, or fall on its face and cost a bunch of money, and possibly cost you your job.Read article
Build vs. Buy is a common colloquialism in technology companies today. It gets thrown around pretty regularly, so it’s worth having an understanding of what it means, how it applies to your organization, and how to navigate toward a solution. Let’s take a deeper dive into what it means, and when it becomes relevant to companies and organizations.Read article
It’s tempting to want to jump right and be a co-Founder. Maybe you have some COO experience at a tech company. Perhaps you have access to capital. Or maybe, you just have an idea that you think the world needs, and believe there is a great opportunity to build something special. In today’s article we are going to outline 6 things you need to know, or be familiar with, before you try to go and found your startup.Read article
From enterprise applications to startup apps, it’s crucial to QA (Quality Assurance) test your web app before release to avoid potential issues. QA testing can help identify potential problems so they can be fixed before the app goes live.Read article
As an engineering manager, it is crucial to measure your team's performance to identify areas that may need improvement. There are a variety of metrics that can be used to do this, and in this article, we will discuss three of the most important ones.Read article
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