When one of our fortune 500 clients asked us how to increase their effectiveness on mobile platforms, our answer surprised them. The average person looks at his/her smartphone over 150 times per day, totaling over 3 hours of screen time. Thus, as a business owner, it is essential for you to reach potential customers
In Go versus ROR Applications debates, it’s often noted that Go’s syntax is less flexible and very strict, which affects the developer’s productivity.
Year after year, employees across a wide spectrum of professional fields are finding themselves working more remotely; and as communication technologies advance, this number will surely increase. There are even companies now that build almost their entire workforce remotely — and some are able to yield just as good, if not better results than their
Software development companies are under constant pressure to deliver new applications that will satisfy every user’s needs across all devices and locations, preferably at high speed and low cost. Automated testing has become a way to ensure applications are error-free, cost-efficient, and quickly delivered. Automated testing takes place on several levels of the project:
The days of massive software development teams dominating the IT workforce are coming to an end; to put in simple terms. Not so much in the sense where large teams no longer have a use, but in the sense where studies have shown a noticeable shift in development team sizes. Today, even the smallest of
This year’s Chabot Summit in Tel Aviv, Israel, revealed some great insights and best practices of chatbot development from over 80 industry leaders. Tech companies, from startups to enterprises, gathered to network and hear about the current state of chatbot technology, and what to expect in the near future.
Imagine a cook in the kitchen, making three dishes. A steak, some boiled eggs, and a salad. A cook with a one-track mind could do only one dish at a time. He would defrost the meat, slice it, put it in the oven, and wait for it to be done, only then taking eggs from
When I started Sphere Software in 2005, out of my modest Skokie, Illinois apartment, I couldn’t be bothered by something like “core values.” I was on a mission, trying to make a living off my passion: building great software solutions. I’d studied the competition and I had a vision — I wanted to make my
The software development field is in a constant state of flux as new technologies replace older methods. Responding directly to the needs of the market at any given time, these new technologies may improve upon older technologies, or they may offer a completely different approach to the development process. Infrastructure as Code (IAC) is a
Our new DevOps 101 white paper, curated from Atlassian, shares how to create the culture changes necessary for a successful DevOps process.