Developers

December 17, 2019

How to Tell When Your Old System Needs to Be Updated

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After a certain point, patching and upgrading your legacy system is no longer an appealing option. No matter what you do, the system still lags behind and can’t quite seem to keep up with newer apps that push technological boundaries. At this point, upgrading your legacy system becomes imperative. As the tech world around us […]

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August 8, 2018

Simple Salesforce Hacks That Make the Workday Easier

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For many Salesforce end users, reaching the full potential of the application means getting a better handle on its functionality. The software comes with a boatload of bells and whistles, but depending on the nature of one’s business, those features may or may not make daily tasks easier. These easy Salesforce hacks, on the other […]

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April 6, 2018

When to develop your app with hybrid tools

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So you want to build a mobile app. Should you choose native or hybrid mobile application development? Each choice has advantages depending on your projected use and time to market. What is a hybrid mobile application? Mobile apps generally fall into two categories, native and cross-platform or “hybrid”. A native mobile application is just what […]

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March 22, 2018

Writing Software Requirements 101

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Writing software requirements should be easy, right? Right? Of course we know exactly what we need and can tell you exactly what the software should do. Unfortunately, it’s not always so easy. Writing software requirements well takes detailed, deep thought about business requirements. It also takes clear communication between the people who will use the software […]

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March 7, 2018

Blue in the face: Is my software development team listening to me?

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Is your software development team listening to you? Good project communication helps prevent costly rework and ensures that product owners and development teams understand each other. We don’t speak the same language, even if we’re both speaking English. We all know that feeling of frustration when we’re trying to communicate and just not getting through. […]

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