MVP is a very popular buzzword these days, similar to growth hacking or big data – startup owners are talking about building MVPs all the time, but to be honest, most of them don’t know what it really means. A good MVP is the first step to success, a right way to verify your ideas at low cost and to find out what your customers really expect.
There is a lot of contract types, but in developers world, two of them are very popular – the one called time & materials and fixed price. Which one of them is the best way to work with remote software house? This was always a mystery and that question seems to be older than the first computer, so as The Masters we decided to finally give you the answer.
Polish programmers kick ass, pardon my French. As a nation, we have many successes in international programming competitions and tournaments such as Google Code Jam, Facebook Hacker Cup and many more. That’s why you should consider hiring a Polish software house for your next project. Need more reasons? Here they come!
Last week we wrote about what you should take into consideration when visiting your potential future software house’s website. We specified four criteria you should take a closer look every time. Today we’ll use similar approach, but this time to analyze portfolios.
So, the time has come. You need to hire a software house for your latest project. Let’s be honest. It’s tough. Especially when it’s the first time. It’s difficult to tell if your potential contractor is any good basing only on data available on their website. Luckily for you, we know what to look for.
Being Software House owner means you get to know with a lot of applications. That’s why I am aware with trends and current technologies. It’s easy for me to judge whether specific application is good or it can be better. I know it doesn’t have to be that obvious to you. It’s normal. You work on your business, not on developing applications. That’s why I prepared this quick guide. Check out what a good application should be like.
You have a great idea for an application or business improvement, but you need someone who will program it for you. There are plenty of companies on the market, and all of them promise mountains of gold. How to choose well and don’t be misled by the marketing tricks? Check out 5 questions you should ask to distinguish good software house from a bad one.