Most projects are conceived of a well defined need or opportunity, perhaps for a client of another industry in need of expertise, or of and for a development house itself looking to expand their offerings. Typically, some details need to be solidified before proceeding. What exactly is the target audience, or in other words, who are the end users? As such, is the product’s . . .
The WebFab team is always responsive, willing to assist and readily available. They are a trusted source for outside development needs.
Six Sigma is a mantra that many of the most successful organizations in the world swear by and the trend is getting hotter by the day.
The term “lean” is always welcome in any sort of production, and infers lightweight processes, low overhead, and quick turnaround. The principles of lean development have their origins in the Japanese auto manufacturing manufacturing industry. . .
Agile development practices have changed requirements gathering into a more “continuous” process rather than a step that is completed prior to beginning a project, according to expert Scott Sehlhorst.
Even if the Scrum framework is simple and easy to describe, there are still many cases were organizations fail in adopting Scrum.
The term Lean Software Development was first coined as the title for a conference organized by the ESPRIT initiative of the European Union, in Stuttgart Germany, October 1992.
The core idea of lean is to eliminate/reduce non-value-added activities (termed "wastes") and thus increase customer value. The Agile process itself is a lean method for the software development life cycle...
Product management is becoming an increasingly popular role across both startups and enterprise companies, but it’s still difficult to define. That’s because it doesn’t fit any of the traditional roles you may already be familiar with: engineering, business strategy, design, or marketing.
If ants, birds, fish, and bees can pool their collective intelligence to make decisions, why can’t humans? The collective intelligence manifests itself in colonies, flocks, schools, and swarms, something that biologists refer to as “swarm intelligence.” So, why can’t humans form their swarms?
In Implementing Lean Software Development, Mary and Tom Poppendieck show how the seven principles of lean manufacturing can be applied to optimize the whole IT value stream