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Date: 18 Jun 2018

Stefan Moritz, a well-known service design coach, said: „80% of companies believe they deliver outstanding value and a superior customer experience, but only 8% of their customers agree.” Let’s find out how to be a part of that 8% group. Regardless of the role, we play in a project.

Date: 07 Jun 2018

Your phone is filled with a lot of applications. Everyone has, uses and knows them. They are useful and no one can do without them. Mobile applications occupy the memory of our smartphones, requesting updates. In addition, they can slow down and often break down when there is no direct access to the Internet.

Date: 03 Sep 2019

Sometimes constantly improving and updating old software is as demanding as preparing a new solution from scratch. Considering that there are pros and cons to both approaches, the best way may be to combine both methods and create a hybrid software. Though creating a hybrid software is not alchemy. To clarify, the result may well be the philosopher’s stone of business software.

Date: 11 Apr 2018

Categories:QA engineer

Each of us Testers has at least once met someone who has asked this question. As well as asking why automatic tests are needed in a project at all. And so begins the arduous task of convincing the skeptic. Let’s not beat about the bush – the fact someone would ask such a question shows how little they grasp the topic. Read this article about automated tests.

Date: 16 Mar 2018

As the agile methodology and object programming had made their way to the minds of the non-programmers, the Domain Driven Design is still a foggy term. Yet, it may be the best way to handle the most significant and most complicated IT projects. The concept of Domain Driven Design was born when Eric Evans published the book of the same title.

Date: 13 Mar 2018

We know how it goes. The company is making money, customers are satisfied, all key performance indicators are skyrocketing. And just when everything gets swift and sure, a revolution comes to destabilize business. Rinse and repeat. Read our first article about migrations of systems.