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Container Fundamentals

by Adam Robinson on April 19, 2017 | | Software Development,technology

container fundamentals

What are containers? The use of containers has grown significantly over the past couple of years with Docker leading the charge. The multifaceted deployment scenarios provided by containers are changing IT strategies and tactics. Docker defines a container as, "a lightweight, stand-alone, executable package of a piece of software that includes everything needed to run it." Containers vs. Virtual Machines...

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Is Microservices Right for Your Organization?

by Adam Robinson on April 12, 2017 | | Software Development

is microservices right for your organization

An increasing number of businesses are exploring the possibility of leveraging microservices for software development projects. Microservices is not the right fit for every organization. This article is meant to provide non-technical business leaders with an overview of the pros and cons of this development architecture along with conditions when making a move to microservices may make sense. It is...

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Our Development Mission Statement

by Randy Syring on April 7, 2017 | | Software Development

software development mission statement

We ask a lot of our developers and they know how to deliver. It's not easy to describe everything that is needed in order to develop high quality software that isn't prohibitively expensive for the typical business. But our development team put their heads together and came up with the following Mission Statement to guide the development team at a...

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Understanding Custom Software Cost Estimation

by Adam Robinson on March 29, 2017 | | Software Development

custom software cost estimation

Custom software cost estimation is hard and often inaccurate due to the complex nature of the development process. In fact, a study by McKinsey revealed that 66% of software projects go over budget. "Can you give me a custom software cost estimate for my project?" is usually one of the first questions we are asked when a prospect is inquiring about our...

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