Since New Year is coming shortly it would be nice to remember things that are making our world as great as it is. Perhaps there are many things worth mentioning more but, imagine where would we be without HTML? Seriously, how would something as important as WWW be doing without proper HTML nowadays?
A fine domain name is of first things related to your brand people are seeing. It is what they will be bookmarking and typing in their browsers as well as Google over and over. Now that domain names vary from simple .com or .org to something narrower as, say .blog or .sports this matter is becoming more and even more important. Let’s get things clearer with simple guidelines.
Can you code? This is, apparently, and important questions you are to ask any potential software developer you are interviewing. Surely this does sound unreasonable, yet you will be surprised with the effect this question and a minor task to test such abilities causes on potential employees.
When Agile was first introduced to software industry all seemed just crazy enough to work. And the approach has been delivering expected value so it gained popularity by the minute and went viral. After some time when all the fuss and excitement has passed people began noticing many flaws and there were many projects noticed failing due Agile issues. But is it the fault of the methodology?
Launch VS release There are many things any company is to consider in order to determine whether their software is ready to be released. This is an actual process that is taking time and effort as any company is to be certain with marketing strategies and possible issues as well as the products quality and testing before commencing such a step.
There are often business failures happening due various unpredicted reasons, and that is something any businessman is dealing with every morning after breakfast, but there are also mistakes that may not be allowed. Mistakes that are 100% leading to failure. Mistakes you were aware of. Mistakes as:
Any business requires to begin with a business plan, that is no secret, but in today’s world of advanced tech its getting ridiculously hard to sell even good software due tremendous competition.
There were times when huge companies of hundreds of employees had just a few strange people in their staff that were managing computers and adjusting printers. Now that time has changed and IT departments are huge and are bringing colossal profit there are still tasks many of them are wasting time on as they were the ones always responsible for such things.
Disclaimer: Software is evolving, but what is actually moving the progress? Apparently it’s end-user who are to gain from all the benefits of the 21-st century. But are users ever satisfied with software quality? They were some time ago when only programmers were dealing with software. The less tech-savvy people are getting their hands on all kinds of apps the less they are satisfied with the results. Where is this leading us?
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