Agile Development 101 – Story Points Estimation Guide
Frankly speaking, humans are really bad at making estimates. Especially, absolute estimates. Which is why estimation is often called an Art of Guessing. Fortunately, agile story points are here to fix this.
App Development 101 – Software Requirements Specification
Every custom software project needs a perfect specification to succeed, just like every construction needs a specification. But it takes a lot of time and patience to write down all the details on the paper. Plus, attention to detail and mindfulness will help a lot. It must be acknowledged that specifications (Software Requirement Specifications) are […]
What Are the Benefits of Custom Software Development Companies in Ukraine
Technological changes cover the globe and continue to shape the ways people conduct their businesses. The IT industry is a driving force in the world’s market so a demand for qualified IT specialists continues to grow. Now you might be thinking, where do I find these expert developers? Can the local market offer highly-skilled specialists […]
What is Code Refactoring & Why You May Possibly Need It
Every client wants to have a great code that is easy to modify and maintain. Still, few people know what it takes to deliver such code and, what’s more important, what could be done to turn bad code into a good one. Here’s the approach that can help you refine code base of your app. […]
Lean Practices In Software Development Process
Let me guess. You’re stranded. You just wanted to create a simple mobile app and here you are – sitting in front of 10 Wikipedia tabs, learning new words. You may be overwhelmed with new terms, tech names, programming languages, and concepts. Nevertheless, you should be proud of yourself. You’ve come THIS far! Choosing software […]
Discovery Phase: How to Explain Your Idea to a Developer
If you’ve ever tried to explain your idea to a programmer you probably faced some difficulties. This is why there is a dedicated development stage called “discovery phase”. You may say this is just a fancy naming for what’s called: find a common ground. And you’re probably right.