Are you planning to partner with a developer shop to build an app? It’s smart to enter this partnership equipped with knowledge about industry standards and best practices. That way, you’ll be able to tell whether your potential partner will help your project succeed.
Building an app is just the beginning of your startup operation. To run a successful business, you need to have your finances in check – and that starts with a realistic project estimation for your app. You don’t want to make the critical mistake of blowing all your money on software without leaving anything for marketing and other key business areas.
Many web designers forget that websites don’t serve as outlets for their creative energy. In fact, the primary objective of every website is solving a specific problem and addressing the needs of users. Giving creativity priority over usability always leads to trouble in web design.
In this post, I wanted to talk about an idea about a different approach to organizing business logic code in Django Projects that I’ve been toying with for a while now – it’s still work-in-progress, so I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts and comments.
It’s hard to build a process that helps developers reduce the number of errors and accelerate the speed of delivery.
There are many development teams out there who will be happy to pick up your project and start realizing your vision instantly. But how do you choose a developer shop that will deliver the results you are expecting?
It doesn’t matter whether we’re talking about a large company launching an IT project or a startup building its first MVP – the choice of software engineers will make or break the project.
In today’s customer-oriented, on-demand economy, consumer needs change quickly, and products that fail to match them don’t survive on the market.