Once a company decides that outsourcing an IT project fits into their business plan, they are then faced with the challenge of finding a reputable vendor. Selecting the right IT outsourcing vendor can be a daunting process, especially for “first time buyers.” In turn, it is crucial that a company is prepared to navigate through these outsourcing vendors to make this experience as successful as possible and to ensure they are getting the value they need to efficiently execute this professional venture.
Here are 5 steps for finding the right IT outsourcing vendor for your business:
Mobile application development is a revolutionary trend that businesses cannot afford to ignore. In today’s digital world, it seems that everywhere you turn, everyone has a mobile device and is plugged in at all times. Advances in technology have made it possible to check emails, browse a website or connect to a mobile app, all from the convenience of a smartphone.
Agile is an effective software development method used by many of the leading companies. The values of Agile methodology include individuals and interactions, working software, customer collaboration, and responding to change. The “inspect and adapt” approach helps development teams respond to changes, reduce development costs, increase productivity, and accelerate time to market. So it really can contribute to project success and help development teams respond to unpredictability.
Developers use Microsoft’s .NET framework because it provides a comprehensive programming model for building and running secure applications with an improved user experience. Here are 6 tips that can help improve overall performance of .NET applications:
E-commerce is a growing and competitive space. The number of online shoppers in the U.S. is expected to hit 175 million in 2016, according to research. Many businesses and start-ups turn to e-commerce to sell their products and services online.
Quality Assurance (QA) and testing are essential to the Agile development process, providing valuable information at all phases of development. Traditionally, testing is done at the end of development, prior to release. But in Agile, basic testing is embedded throughout the entire development process.
.NET is a programming framework created by Microsoft that simplifies the development and management of web applications. With .NET, users can connect to a range of devices and services that can exchange and combine data and objects.
Agile development is a popular and effective methodology in IT and software development. But there are several misconceptions about Agile that come from a lack of understanding of the process. Here are five myths about Agile Development…busted:
I am proud to announce that Jim Wang, Shinetech’s Vice President, Global Delivery, recently completed the Chinese translation of Software in 30 Days, written by the creators of Scrum, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland. The book will be on sale in China this month.