How to Decode What Developers Say? A Guide for Non-tech Project Managers to Mitigate Risks
As much as we all love our developers, sometimes it’s hard to understand what they really mean when they talk about work. Deciphering all of the abbreviations they use and the jargon they throw around during daily...
Pizza Hut Case Study: Introducing Contact-Free Delivery In Less Than 5 Hours
Imagine you’re running a leading restaurant in the country or even a small bistro in the city center, and suddenly due to higher power, you need to close your business. No one knows for how long. And of course, hosting...
Why Ruby on Rails Is Still a Good Choice in 2020 [UPDATED]
On the cusp of each new year, we’re usually pelted by articles proclaiming the death of this gem of a framework. And while Ruby on Rails is almost 15 years old, it’s nowhere close to passing on from the world of...
How to Prepare a Product Spec When Outsourcing Software Development
It usually goes like this: you spend long hours with your team on creating a perfect brief for your product. You send it out to a few software companies and receive a set of additional questions from every one of them....
Six Famous Companies Using Elixir—And Why They Made the Switch
Elixir is a functional and dynamic programming language first released in 2011, so it’s still relatively new.
In-House Team, Freelancers or a Software House? - 3 Ways to Build Your App
Let’s say you’ve got a great idea for a product, but aren’t sure how to go about developing it.
Client Stories: Cooleaf—from Startup To Profitable HR Tech Product
In many organizations, HR is viewed as a cost center rather than a strategic part of the business, contributing to its poor reputation.
Why Use Python for Machine Learning?
Machine Learning is currently one of the hottest topics in the industry and companies have been racing to have it incorporated into their products, especially apps.
Ruby on Rails FAQ—What You Need to Know to Choose Right
To build a Web application that effortlessly serves your target audience, you have to make sure your chosen technology stack has the necessary capabilities.
Project Management Triangle: Scope vs. Timing vs. Cost—Can You Have It All?
So you want to build an outstanding software product. This means developing the idea, assembling the team and getting it to the kickoff line, and getting some funding to begin with.
Node.js Development FAQ—Everything You Need to Know
How to Build a Simple Slack Bot with Elixir Phoenix?
Do you know what happens when you type/giphy sorry no can do in one of your Slack channels?
Ruby vs Elixir —Which One to Choose and When?
Over the past couple of years, we wrote extensively about Ruby (and Ruby on Rails), so you know we like it quite a bit. We’ve also dabbled some in Elixir (and Phoenix), but never before have we compared the two side by...
NativeScript vs React Native in 2020 - Which One to Choose?
Cross-platform development has always been tricky—in exchange for lower costs and shorter development timeframes, developers had to sacrifice either some of the performance or some of the user experience. With the...
Software Quality Standards—How and Why We Applied ISO 25010
When I first heard about ISO/IEC 25010 in 2017, I was still taking my first baby steps in the world of software quality assurance. The last time I heard it mentioned, meanwhile, was at Quality Excites, the nationwide...
Privacy-Focused Apple Sign-In—What Does It Mean for Your App?
Do you recall those Facebook and Google buttons that allow you to sign in to almost any app nowadays? Well, soon they won’t be the only option available to you and your app users. At the latest annual World Wide...