Top 5 Ways to Attract and Retain Tech Talent

It’s a fiercely competitive labor market right now, especially for technical talent. Many companies worry that because they cannot match the wages on offer from other firms, they won’t be […]

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Swooping on Candidates

If you follow the news about the labor market, you know that the unemployment rate is extremely low. Job creation continues at a strong pace. Even people who weren't previously […]

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Another Buy vs. Build Article

Is Custom Software Right for your Business? I know, I know… Not another buy-versus-build article. But wait. What if the buy-versus-build decision could be boiled down to a few simple […]

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Never

Which of these descriptions best fits your software development team? (1) The team is highly integrated with the rest of the company and its customers. (2) The team is shoved […]

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Agile Episode II - What is Minimum Viable Product?

We last talked about the roots of Agile and how Agile thinking refocuses the efforts of a software development team on delivering real user value instead of following a plan […]

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Revision Control Systems

There's nothing sexy about source control, but it—and the skills to use it—are essential to software development. Long gone are the days where it's appropriate to simply use a network […]

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Agile - Episode I

This is the first part of a multi-part series on Agile in which we’ll describe: What is Agile and why does is matter for your organization? How does an application […]

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Prototyping for Success

In software development there are always unknowns. Will this library work? How fast will this be? How long will this take to implement? One technique that can help address these […]

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Blueprint For a Failed Project

There are a myriad of ways that a software development project can fail. Before we talk about some ways, let's define failure. The most common is a project that comes […]

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The Reluctant or Accidental Software Development Manager

Once upon a time, hardware was hardware, software was software and business was business. In those days, cross-functional fraternization was frowned upon in most organizations. About the most one could […]

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