Why do I need a lead software developer?

A lead software developer is going to be your go to person on your job. Let’s face it, a big software application requires many developers wearing many different hats. A lead developer will help you know which hat a person on your software development team should be wearing. They are going to be how you communicate with your team and how the team communicates with you. They will be able to lead your development team in the direction you wish them to go. They will be on top of any coding or quality issues you may be facing. Read More

Avoid the One Problem That Will Make Your Developers Quit: Buggy Code

retain developers, retain, developersWhile not all developers feel the same way about work related problems, there are a number of issues that all developers agree on. For instance, when asked what their number one complaint about working for a company is, software developers will answer ‘buggy code’ or ‘sloppy code that does not work’. Too many bugs in your code causes developers stress and is said to be the number one reason they quit and move on to the next company. This can be a huge cost to the company as it will become a cycle of losing your IT talent.

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Why You Should Hire QA Staff to Test Your Software Apps

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Code bugs: not as gross, but harder to kill.

Not sure¬†whether you should hire a QA team to test your software? You’re not alone. While there is no doubt that software testing in the development process is important super important, there are a lot of strong and compelling arguments against delegating the role quality assurance testing to a separate QA team. Read More

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