It is a known fact that such prominent brands as Cisco, Adidas, Nokia, Samsung, Skype and many others are increasing their production capabilities by outsourcing some of their tasks or project. In many cases, this is not because they lack people, but because of a lack in some specific competence or expertise.
It’s no surprise that hiring a good specialist is a critical thing for any project. However, the less you know about the way their work should be accomplished, the fewer possibilities you have to approach the hiring process critically. So what should you know to make it right and get worthy specialists on the board? In this article, we will answer these and other questions that may help you hire web developers.
All our interactions with the Internet are about exchanging data. We go online to get information, but we also have to be ready to give our personal details. So does it mean that any service can use personal information of the user if he gets to interact with it? It has been so, but the changes are coming in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Let’s find out what it implies and how it may impact your …
So you have decided to order a WebApp from a web development agency (or you might have already made an order). You are a client, and nobody expects from you to know all the intricacies of the process. But what can be really helpful for your further communication is to know who is who in a Web development team that is in charge for your project.
In this article, I will guide you through dedicated team pros and cons. We’ll see what it’s suitable for and how you can integrate it into your work processes. The main idea of this model is that the client hires a separate dedicated development team for working on a particular project (for instance, new product or service). Therefore, this team is in charge of the tasks that are related only to this project. Let’s see what it means in practice.
In recent times, software development has become all about frameworks. Why? The main reason is that creating from scratch such a sophisticated program as a web application may take a lot of time and efforts. Don’t take it wrong – I mean not the “Hello World” type of apps but those that provide excellent user experience and are ready for production.
There’s a bunch of the most discussed questions on the Internet, and one of them certainly is: “Django vs Rails: which one to choose?”. Both of them are open source web frameworks that provide all the necessary functionality for developing web applications, which relies on MVC model (in Django, “view” part is placed in templates, though).