Pitfalls to Avoid While Hiring Custom Software Development Company

By / April 13, 2017 /

Outsourcing software development is on the rise as it helps organizations to get the software development work done quickly and hassle-free. Moreover, the cost is also on a lower side as compared to in-house development in most cases. However, taking a decision on hiring an appropriate software development company is the most crucial part. Though […]

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Is a fixed price project actually worth the price for the project owner?

By / March 29, 2017 /

Most software development companies are aware that a fixed price contract is bad for them. However, the clients or project owners have a completely different perception about it and most of them believe that fixed bid contracts are good for them. This however does not hold true in the real scenario. This post explains the […]

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One size does not fit all! Go for Custom Software Development!

By / March 28, 2017 / ,

The warmth of the technical innovation fire is very well felt by many organizations across industries, which are left with technical adaptation as the only way to ease back and implement growth and expansion plans. Such organizations need to take a major decision i.e. to go for a Custom Software Development solution or Commercial Off-The-Shelf […]

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Crucial Tips for Hiring Reliable Software Development Company

By / November 21, 2016 /

Finding a good software house is not an easy job. In order to hire a reliable software development company, list of factors need to be considered. Let’s consider these factors step by step. Choose what you want to build: The first and foremost task is to understand what you want to do. Ask yourself these […]

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What Makes Java More Secure Than Other Languages? Read Here To Know!

By / September 6, 2016 /

The popularity of Java owes to the fact that it drives above $100 billion of business each year. On the enterprise front, above $2.2 billion are being spent in Java application server by the enterprises. Java encapsulates some amazing features that are not available in any other platforms or programming languages and those people who […]

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Bump up Your AngularJS Experience: Hire Angular 2 Developers

By / August 31, 2016 /

Angular 2.0 (beta version), a new version of AngularJS provides a range of updated features and now is the time to re-work on the present version of the app to gain benefits. The architectural limitations have been improved by Angular 2.0 and it has also fixed majority of its issues which were there in the […]

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Discover a New World of Web Applications With Node.js

By / August 31, 2016 /

JavaScript has brought tremendous changes in the web development world. Things that can be done on the web these days with JavaScript were hard to imagine before. According to Wikipedia, Node.js Development is a packaged compilation of Google’s V8 JavaScript engine, the libuv platform abstraction layer, and a core library, which is itself primarily written […]

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How Angularjs2, NetBeans and Typescript Make a Winning Combination

By / August 30, 2016 /

The second version release of AngularJS has carried along with it some cool features that provide a boost to the process of web development. The change detection algorithm, a smooth server side rendering and the introduction of directives and controllers has made this framework a winner when it comes to offering scalable solutions for a […]

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Managing Software Development Risks in an Agile Environment

By / August 24, 2016 /

Software Development projects involve their own elements of risk. Such risks can differ relying on the nature of the project but can typically be categorized into 5 types: Personnel Risk: It is the risk of the absence of team members or of losing them. Even if it is for a shorter period, it can result […]

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Development Managers vs. Scrum Masters

A fight to the death? Winner takes all? Not really. These two roles live in peace. Agile teams are structurally different than their waterfall counterparts. Waterfall teams follow the structure of the organization and scheduling is often “top down,” meaning that management sets the pace and schedule. In agile development, the team is self-organizing. It […]

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