The right path to knowledge transfer in software development

knowledge transfer

Often, development companies will face multiple changes inside the organization, whether it’s about new projects, shifting developers from one project to another, or employees leaving or coming, one thing is for certain. A proper knowledge transfer management system has to be implemented to turn these changes into a positive experience led by progress and not […]

How to avoid the FOMO effect in software development

FOMO

With a new year approaching, we will see more and more articles on new trends in the industry and all the new shiny bling that should bring software development to another level. Often, all the new trends do bring some sort of prosperity and advances. But, this happens only when they are utilized properly. FOMO […]

How to handle change requests and establish a change management system

change management

Software development is a dynamic process, as we all know. It is far from static as it can be. Not one software will be the same, and as such, the process of developing one will differ. Even though we can establish SDLCs and follow some structured approaches, changes are bound to happen. Change requests are […]

Golden Path – for software development and anything else

golden path

It almost doesn’t matter what we are talking about, but often standardizations and guidelines make our life easier. You don’t need to search for answers on your own and spend a lot of time on it. A lot of time, we are happy if there is an outlined path with clear signage and instructions, a […]

How to kill knowledge silos in your dev teams

knowledge silos

If you followed our Digital Poirots, you have most definitely heard of data silos. An occurrence where all data is centralized in one place without allowing others access to it. Almost the same characteristics apply to knowledge silos. The principles are the same and you might imagine where this is going. But, we’ll get onto […]

Roadmap to requirements elicitation

requirements elicitation

It’s so fortunate that you’re starting your project and you came across this blog post. Well, let us take you on a rather interesting journey of requirements elicitation. Even though the name suggests something complex, if approached correctly, it can be the best building block for the software development process. We all know that each project […]

Are you being killed by context switching and interruptions

context switching

In a world full of interruptions, how do you stay focused? How do you minimize noise and create your productive bubble? Well, you might think it’s simple, but it’s becoming harder and harder to do so, especially in work environments. You come to work, power your computer, and start opening tabs, apps, and others. First, […]

A generalist over a specialist – the case of a software developer

generalist

I think we’ve all heard from, well, basically everyone, that you should find your niche and specialize in something. And I’m here to tell you that, sometimes, it’s completely wrong. Sometimes you were born to be a generalist. Yes, it’s amazing to be great in your field, but dabbling in other things can be way […]

How to run a project in a software development process

software development

As a software development company, you encounter so many diverse projects and each one is unique. But each approach to projects is somewhat different and has its own set of rules. As we said, it’s never going to be the same. In time, though, some development companies design certain processes and approaches in their projects. […]