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  • 22 Feb 2021

    Why your Software Project Needs a Product Requirements Document

    Those who have worked in the software industry for a while have likely witnessed a project that went off the rails. Lack of vision, changing requirements, or an out-of-sync team is a surefire path to a fraught development process. Although there have been advances in approaches to project management within the industry, things still go awry more often than they should.

    Productivity, Project Management, Strategy, Agile, Product Owner, Product Requirements Document, Software read more
  • 11 Jan 2021

    A Guide to Google’s Recommended Architecture for Android Apps

    Mobile Developer

    Just like all software, Android apps should adhere to common architecture rules and patterns. Android apps that don’t follow the right architecture tend to become unmaintainable through cluttered Activities and Fragments lacking a consistent design or set of behaviors.

    Development, Android, Android Apps, Android Architecture read more
  • 24 Nov 2020

    A Guide to Understanding the 12 Agile Principles

    Agile Practitioner

    It takes a great deal of practice to safely say we are doing Agile on a project, but what if we don’t put enough thought into being Agile? Agile methods often leave room for interpretation and acknowledge that you may have to go off-script. It’s at these times that teams are likely to revert to non-Agile habits - that is unless they truly embrace the ideology that’s behind Agile. By following the 12 Principles of Agile in your projects you’ll be able to keep things on track even when it's not clear what steps you need to take. In this article, we will dissect these 12 principles and explain how employing them can benefit your team, and in doing so, we’ll see the true flexibility and power that Agile can bring to a project. What are the 12 Principles of Agile?

    Development, Project Management, 12 Agile Principles, Agile, Agile Development read more
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