When building greenfield apps, oftentimes we work with teams who don’t have technical expertise in-house. As someone who isn’t a skilled programmer or doesn’t have a development team in-house, how can they achieve the goal of developing a technical product in order to meet the needs of their customers? In this blog post I’ll highlight some of the options a non-technical team should evaluate when choosing to develop a mobile or web application.
Is your development team stuck in a rut? Do you think they might be? Let’s discuss some warning signs and what to do to get your team back on track!
It’s an old adage, but in the world of custom development, it’s true more often than not: you get what you pay for. It can be easy to get caught up in the fast-pace of the tech industry where it’s obligatory that companies grow quickly. The good thing about the computer software space is that there’s a need in the market for everyone in the spectrum. The trick is making sure your needs match your partner’s skill sets.
Wondering if hiring an outside development shop might be right for you? It can be a difficult decision. How do you know if you’re making the right choice? Let’s discuss what your options might be, and how to know when hiring third-party developers (like Quick Left!) is the correct move.
Does your project feel stuck? How often are you communicating with your team? How often are you communicating with your users? When was the last time you reflected on your process? In this post, I will take a look at three ways to keep your project moving forward.
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