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5 Reasons Why You Should Use Software Development Life Cycle Methodologies

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Like all products, any type of software starts as an idea before becoming a product that provides value to its end-user. The software development life cycle (SDLC) is a process that is used to explain how software is delivered to the customer in a series of steps.

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A Quick Start Guide to the Spiral SLDC Methodology

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When dealing with project management, software development life cycle (SDLC) is a term that often comes up. SDLC is a conceptual model that lays out the stages in a software development project—from the initial planning through maintenance of the finished application.  It’s widely considered as the software industry’s spellcheck as it flags errors before they are discovered in much later and more costly stages.

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A Complete Guide to Nearshore Software Development Outsourcing

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Software development outsourcing is an arrangement in which a third party contractor is hired by a company to conduct software-related work that could have been done in-house. Nearshore software development, an example of an outsourcing model, helps businesses focus more on their core competencies without the need to spend too much time or money.

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The 5 Most Powerful Automated Software Development Testing Tools for 2019

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In order to keep up with the fast-paced digital economy, software developers need the best tools for automation testing. In fact, existing test automation trends have evolved in applying artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) to provide state-of-the-art functions for test generation, execution, test optimization, and reporting.

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Topics: software development, app development, automation testing

[Part 2] The Agile Methodology: Understanding the Role Each Team Member Plays

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Missed Part 1? Click here to read it:[Part 1] The Agile Methodology: Understanding Each Step in the Process Flow

Agile methods are widely used in various sectors because it helps teams work more efficiently. The goal of the agile methodology is simple: rapid software delivery through an iterative and incremental process developed to adapt and improve the product’s quality from an end-user perspective.

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Kanban vs Scrum: Which Methodology is Right for You?

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In recent years, project management has evolved significantly, and plenty of new tools have been developed to facilitate those changes as well. But anyone who follows trends related to project management knows that technology is just a part of the discussion. Project management methodologies still dominate the conversation, particularly Kanban vs Scrum.

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[Part 1] The Agile Methodology: Understanding Each Step in the Process Flow

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Faster development of software, increased revenue, and more releases–who wouldn’t want the benefits of the Agile methodology? Well, similar to any kind of method or tool, Agile has its unique pros and cons. And even though it’s used by big names like Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Google, it’s important for you to know what lies under the surface before you jump in headfirst, yourself.

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Key Differences Between the Lean, Agile, and Scrum Methodology

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There are many approaches used in the software development industry. Some are fresh perspectives drawn from old methods, while others have created an entirely new approach. One of the most commonly used models is Agile, which has subsets that include Lean, Scrum, Kanban, XP, and so on.

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A Comprehensive Comparison between the Agile, Scrum, and Waterfall Methodology

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Throughout a project, you’ll have to make a number of decisions - often too many to count. And one of the most important decisions you’ll need to make is choosing the right framework to guide your project.

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Topics: agile methodology, scrum principles, waterfall approach, agile vs scrum, waterfall methodology vs agile, difference between agile and waterfall

Agile Project Management with Scrum: Is It the Best?

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Agile project management with scrum is commonly used by businesses because it’s ideal for what can happen to everyone in real life. Because the industry moves rapidly, a lot of things change all the time. As a result, teams must know how to adapt to these major changes.

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Topics: software development, software development nearshoring, Agile Software Development, agile project management with scrum