Software development is the future of businesses thriving in the internet and for all entrepreneurs in the digital arena. However, the growth rate and competition in this industry have low tolerance to errors and delays. And its consequences are making companies realize the importance of building a dedicated software development team. A few experts in the business learned it the hard way, courtesy of the “cost-saving strategies” from hiring non-full time developers. And if you’re currently looking into hiring part-timers or freelancers for an important software development project, you need take a look at these 3 common factors inherent in some freelance software developers.
How do you keep your developers productive? Find tips and tricks from Get[Devs] here along with excellent information on how we can keep your developers happy and productive with you.
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Should Offshore Software Testing Be Automated or Manual?
But there is one debate that has always been ‘in the air’ when it comes to testing anything when it comes to technology, but for our purposes we will keep the debate at just for software, website and mobile applications. The premise of the debate is simple, it starts with the question: Should testing be only automated? Or are there times when manual testing is important? Or is manual testing only a means to an end, simply waiting until an automated test is created to do the same task? And, when Get[Devs] takes it into its realm of the techno-sphere, the question morphs into: Should offshore software testing be automated only? Keeping manual testing in house and not offshore. Would that be more practical? Read More