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Why Agile SDLC Model Is The Best for Your Startup

Life’s hard for those who cannot adapt to new circumstances. Which is exactly why most of the startups go Agile – it’s like having a good plan, but still being flexible. So, what’s so special about the Agile SDLC? How do you make it work for your startup? Don’t break your head over it, let’s find out.

natasha64px By Project Management
The Software Development Life Cycle: Phases And Methodologies

People say that “man plans and God laughs”, but the truth is, developing software on a whim doesn’t really work. To make the process smoother, avoid unnecessary expenses, and reach your goal faster, you will need to do a bit of planning. Learn more about how a software development life cycle can help you pave your way.

ira64px By Project Management
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What Makes an Employee Stay at A Company?

Would you imagine seeing your employee of the month handing a resignation letter, just like that? It strikes you like a nightmare because right there and then, new challenges and new responsibilities abound. Skilled professionals are hard to come by these days, and you’ve just lost one. Here, you think about who, and what you’ve

yarik64px By Hiring & Operations
How To Automate Software Feature Education

Here’s a problem faced by a lot of software companies — a product has a new feature that customers are either unaware of or aren’t adopting at all. A similar challenge arises when users don’t use a core feature enough to derive the full value of a product.  The solution to the said problems lies