Login VSI Development Kick- off 2017 at Xplicity For a long time Xplicity works with such well-known Dutch company as Login VSI. Development teams here in Kaunas office supports partner’s in-house development capacity or in some cases have partial responsibility on products development. “Remote work [...]
We have discussed some of these obstacles in our previous article on when to think about co-sourcing your software development. In this article, we will look at five ways to work with a co-sourcing partner to tackle these challenges and rescue your software development project.
Once a developer starts working with sensors he often learns one hard fact: sensors are a tricky thing to use. They are noisy, inaccurate and easily influenced. Naturally a question occurs: how do you filter out all the noise from the sensor and end up with the data you can actually trust and use?
Expanding your software development involves risks and financial costs. So, beyond the “how to do it”, it’s important to know “when to do it” - knowing this accurately will enable you to be more confident about the necessity of such an expansion and what it means to you.
As Xplicity has profound experience with Agile framework, we understand the tremendous importance of Agile concept in the IT industry. Although the Agile Manifesto was written already 15 years ago it is still greatly relevant today. Therefore we used the chance to ask few questions about Agile and Scrum frameworks to Scrum expert from Login VSI- Matthijs de Booij.
The involvement of business in education isn’t anything new. It has been tracked back to the early 1900s when the business model was adopted for restructuration of schools (1). This involvement and influence have continued to grow along with the increasing demand for highly educated specialists.