Top App Development Company in Louisville
culture,Louisville,software development by Royce Hall on March 17, 2020 |
Thanks to reviews from our clients, GoodFirms has recognized us as a top app development company in Louisville! GoodFirms is a site that focuses on rating software companies and products based on user reviews (kinda like Google reviews, but specifically for the software industry). If you are a looking for a software product, or a partner for an upcoming project,...
Autonomous Drones Machine Learning Project
Louisville,software development,technology by Royce Hall on March 9, 2020 |
Do you know the difference between automation, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence? Someone recently asked: "My interest in outsourcing is in the areas of cloud and AI and industrial automation space. Is that an area you have prior exposure to?" My response: "We have a lot of experience with cloud applications, management, and automation. We've also explored various industrial automaton...
Automated Testing: Why is it important?
Louisville,Python,software development,software project requirements,technology by Royce Hall on January 17, 2020 |
Have you been burnt by bad automated testing? When we go to software engineering conferences we often talk about the benefits of automated testing. As we've had private conversations with a lot of the people we often find that they have had really bad experiences with applications that have just had tests that were not a benefit. They honestly made...
Productivity verses Efficiency: Building the Right Thing
Louisville,Payment Industry,software development,technology by Royce Hall on October 4, 2019 |
Productivity and Efficiency have Different Goals: Productivity is highly tied to value, efficiency is tied to waste. To be productive means that you're doing the right thing with as little waste as possible. Sometimes you might actually be productive with waste. And this might be common in more creative fields where people need to get away, they need time, they...
Client Testimonial: SaaS Application Development Project
Louisville,software development,technology by Royce Hall on September 10, 2019 |
SaaS Application Project Testimonial: At the time that we met the level 12 guys, we were, we had decided to rebuild and re-architect our platform, so that it would be more extensible and more scalable and essentially more bulletproof for the types of customers, we were attracting. We had a lot of exposure, a lot of potential risk if we...
Characteristics of a Good Leader
Louisville,software development,software project requirements by Dale Gibbons on October 3, 2018 |
Leadership is a gold-plated word, isn’t it? It’s so valuable to companies, they pay big, big money for it. It’s so impactful to families, children beg for it. Cling to it. It’s so valuable to teams, they’ll jump out of airplanes after it. The third item on our “12 Reasons Software Projects Fail” is lack of executive leadership. A foggy...
How to Select the Best People for Your Software Project
Louisville,software development by Dale Gibbons on August 8, 2018 |
As kids, most of us experienced a pick-up game where two captains were selected (or self-designated) and took turns choosing from an eager and anxious collection of candidates. Some of the kids were cool and confident, knowing they’d be chosen in the first few rounds. Others were awkward and unsure, happy to be selected before they ended up being the...
5 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Defining Software Requirements
Louisville,software development by Dale Gibbons on July 10, 2018 |
For some, there is no clear line between religion and managing software projects. Our recent post and ranking poll on the 12 reasons software projects fail yielded some spirited input and results. This month we begin our drill-down posts on each of those 12 reasons, starting with the winner—the top-ranked, number one, most challenging bugaboo of them all: Defining Software...
12 Reasons Software Projects Fail, and How to Get it Right
Louisville,software development by Dale Gibbons on June 7, 2018 |
First, the bad news: Software projects fail at a high rate. One 2008 study concluded the failure rate was nearly 60%, and a 2016 study suggested the failure rate was as high as 68%. Now, the good news: Project success seems to be improving overall. A 2017 Pulse of the Profession report from the Project Management Institute (PMI) shows that...
Advice to Aspiring Developers
Louisville,software development by Randy Syring on May 26, 2018 |
This week I had at least four conversations with people who were young and aspiring developers. I've written some personal emails over the last year to others in the same situation and saved their content with the intention of turning them into a more polished blog post. Well, the reality is, the time to polish may never come so maybe...