What do you think makes certain projects more successful than others? Well, the usual practice is to have a Project Manager and QA specialists on a development team. It looks like a big team; however, there could be some software development process that unheeded. Software projects may vary in resources, time frames, goals, and content….
Epics, User Stories and Initiatives: The Key Difference and Examples
If you have ever developed any software or just plan to do this, you’ve probably heard the words “epic” and “user story”. There are also good chances that you’ve seen epics and user stories in a budget estimation received from IT outsourcing company, in case you’ve ever requested such. This is because both terms are...
Types of Technical Documentation for Software Development
Software Technical Documentation is an essential part of every development project and it’s crucial to have it in place to achieve the expected results. Documents created at various stages of software development life cycle (SDLC) bring different benefits to different participants who take part in the process (e.g. clients, CTOs, developers), but they are equally...
The Ins and Outs of Acceptance Criteria
It’s hard to argue that any project’s ultimate results heavily depend on how well all the parties and team members understand each other’s needs and wants. Software development is not an exception. Creating technology solutions is usually a somewhat complicated process that often involves people with different backgrounds (i.e., CEO, CTO, tech specialists, marketers, etc.).