Software development

What is important when evaluating the tech to support your product development

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For business owners. Keep you tech team honest.

For techies. Make sound, objective decisions.

When evaluating a tech framework to build a product it is important to take the following into account:

Language v/s framework. What is the difference?

Language is the language used to code applications or products. This is the technical version of the spoken language . Frameworks are built on-top of 1 or more languages and are aimed to make development easier by cutting down on the amount of code we ...

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REFLECTION ON PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT – HOSTED BY INFOWARE STUDIOS

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Infoware Studios will be hosting all the people who are in the product development space, business or tech focused for an evening to reflect on product development. Make sure not to miss out!

Date: 12 March 2019

Time: 18:00 – 19:30

Venue: Embury Institute of Higher Education: Waterfall Campus – Cnr Waterfall & Simlak Drive, Waterfall Country Estate, Gate 1 Midrand 1685

Live Streaming: Infoware Studios Facebook ...

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Product development – key lessons learned

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Product development – key lessons learned 

We outline some of the key lessons learned or common mistakes made by business owners, entrepreneurs and corporate product owners when building a new product to take to market or when evolving existing products to be better suited to existing customers.

Strong product owner

The product owner role for product development is critical.

What is a product owner? Definition: the product ...

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Creating your own MultiSelect Customfield

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MultiSelect on the .vm file

There might be other ways to create your own MultiSelect customfield, however one of the easiest ways is to extend the MultiSelectCFType and then Override the methods which you might need depending on what you want to achieve.

How to

In order to populate the options for the MultiSelectCFType/SelectCFType there is a mandatory function/method to @Override, which is public Object getValueFromIssue (CustomField field, Issue issue). This is because you want ...

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The Role of the Product Owner

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The Role of the Product Owner

As Agile Scrum Masters, we are typically faced with many questions. Here we are focusing on the questions asked around the Product Owner’s role. Following this, we will be addressing a few of the most frequently asked questions in a series of posts related to other topics when implementing agile.

Question:

What is the role of the Product Owner in the sprint ...

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Using lists in Trello for Agile software development

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Introduction

Trello is a so-called horizontal product, meaning that it can be used by a wide variety of people, solving a wide range of problems. It is also well-suited for smaller agile software development projects. 

Lists

One of the key features of Trello is the ability to create custom lists (swimlanes). Cards (which can typically contain user stories) can then be attached to custom lists.

Examples of lists

The flexibility of ...

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Measuring Agile readiness throughout the Scrum Delivery Life Cycle

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At Agileware Studios we have 3 definitions we use to measure agile readiness and work as it passes through an agile scrum delivery life cycle. This assists in measuring agile readiness and ensuring that the right quality of work is delivered throughout the agile life cycle for delivery.

Ready for development

For requirements to be moved into a sprint for implementation we need to ensure that the requirements apply to a certain ...

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Best computer programming language to learn how to code

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With today’s rapid pace of technological advances it is becoming more and more important to understand computers beyond typing letters in Word and playing Solitaire instead of working. But where does a complete stranger to programming start?

Introduction

I can only imagine how confusing it must be for a person with no background in computing to figure out how to start programming. The web is scattered with blogs and articles written by ...

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