Few outsourcing development companies acknowledge that working with startups may be harder and much less profitable than making a product for the established enterprise. Which is why we’ve made our own five-step code, that ensures great results and drives the motivation across our team members when we’re working with startup owners.
The world is speeding up and being in touch with the market requires from entrepreneurs to act fast and respond to new challenges swiftly. Meanwhile, the waterfall software development model frequently depicted as a brake that slows the progress.
While more and more companies praise a customer-centric approach they are trying to make software products in a quick, Agile way. But do we necessarily need to sacrifice the quality in order to speed up the process?
The development of any product can be a huge process and just like any others that you would expect a positive result from, the WEB process needs to be thought out and measured. A lot of developers, especially the junior ones or even the little companies, think that some stages of development are just a waste of time, mainly referring to the planning stage. But this is usually not true because spending time at the initial stages of development can save you almost twice as much in the end. There are lots of variables that affect the process, but the purpose of any management system, especially when the developer is self-managed, is to keep the development process transparent and optimal.
Naturally, there are specific cases or projects in which you need to make changes to even the well thought out and most organized dev processes, but there are constants. In this article, we describe the typical process of development and the recommended approach to it.
When you want to start the project, what do you think about? Budget, deliverables, deadlines … but what goes on backstage is what project managers think about. Why do you need a project manager? Well, let’s not finish this article by saying “Let professionals do their job.” Let’s plunge into the details.