Category: Team and Process

3 months ago • 5 min read time

In this challenging and unprecedented period, even the most flexible companies wondered if they would adapt quickly enough to operating in an altered setting, weighing the pros and cons of…

4 months ago • 3 min read time

Imagine the following scenario: The most popular and highly visited film festival in Southeast Europe needs you to create a customized ticketing software. MVP deadline – 2 months. You have…

4 months ago • 3 min read time

Companies doing software development are either: Technology companies, offering technology-as-a-service and/or technology products to clients and end users Tech-enabled companies, using tech services and products (sometimes off the shelf, but…

9 months ago • 7 min read time

Contrary to popular belief, Waterfall is still alive and well (yes, even in software development). True, Agile as a delivery model has been winning “the battle” for quite some time…

10 months ago • 5 min read time

Over a year ago we embarked on an exciting journey with Virgil Holdings. Virgil takes great pride in being the largest community of hospitality talent at 5.7 million members — and…

12 months ago • 8 min read time

Known as “the dark art”, software estimation torments everyone across different industries. There’s no way around estimation, and there is no escaping it. In software development, things tend to get…

1 year ago • 5 min read time

Retaining clients might be the only thing more challenging than obtaining them. Doing so in an ever-evolving, fast-paced environment such as the IT industry, makes this a “heavy category” mission….

1 year ago • 5 min read time

We’ve reached the point where getting lost in the glow of a smartphone screen has become a cultural certitude, a new norm. The shift from the traditional areas such as…

2 years ago • 4 min read time

Here’s the truth about software development industry: technology alone is not enough and it never will be. Yes, writing clear and readable programs is important, but designing, writing, testing, and sustaining…

2 years ago • 5 min read time

According to the 2015 Standish Group Chaos Report, only 29% of projects were deemed successful while 19% of them failed. The situation hasn’t changed much over the years. As the success…

2 years ago • 5 min read time

This blog focuses on teams that specialize in developing software products. First things first: What is a distributed team? A group of people who work together but are separated by their…

2 years ago • 4 min read time

Whether it is due to frustration, creativity or combination of both, the modern age software industry is overflowing with ever-emerging frameworks and working methodologies. A few make money out of…

2 years ago • 3 min read time

What is the main prerequisite for successful conflict management? In my opinion, and in my experience, it’s understanding the other person’s perspective better than they understand it, and helping them…

2 years ago • 4 min read time

5 Things We Do to Ensure High Employee Retention and Satisfaction As people, teams and companies too often we seem to get caught up in overthinking, overanalyzing and overcomplicating things…