Finding a reliable and highly-skilled software developer for your project can be quite difficult. For starters, you need to filter through the vast pool of fresh, talented hopefuls and narrow your options down to the ones who a) have the right experience, b) show a genuine interest in the position, and c) are a great cultural fit for your team. Once you’ve made your decision, your work doesn’t end there. You then need to invest time and effort into engaging and retaining your new hires.
One of the biggest selling points of outsourcing is that you skip a lot of the traditional hiring process and go straight to the project execution. Choosing to outsource a software developer is much of the same; you look at your options, select the outsourcing company you believe you can benefit from the most, and then they send over one or two of their best people. There’s no need to post a job listing, hold an interview, or comb through CVs and resumes.
By definition, the Agile Unified Process is defined as a “simple, easy-to-understand approach to developing business application software using agile software development techniques and concepts,” but all the while still “remaining true to the RUP (Rational Unified Process).”
While software development is taking over the world, artificial intelligence (AI) is exploding. Intelligent robots have become such an integral part of our everyday lives that we would be in serious trouble if we had to spent 1 day trying to carry out our day-to-day functions without them. Not only are they integrated into our everyday lives, but they are so in a way that makes them almost seem human. 21st century robots are becoming so human that they can play board games, paint pictures, write music and compose songs, diagnose cancer, and even tell us jokes or explain to us how to find true love. Machine learning takes this computer brain to a whole new level, allowing machines to ‘learn’ using data, without an explicit algorithm.
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