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Value Proposition Canvas – a Tool to Understand Your Product’s Value from the Customer’s Perspective
Value proposition canvas is an idea validation tool for startups. Discover how it can help you understand your target user’s needs to create a successful product.
Find out the ins and outs of lean canvas, a startup-friendly idea validation tool derived from the business model canvas.
The notion of a T-shaped engineer is widely used in various fields. In this post, you will find out the importance of T-shaped knowledge in product development.
Traditional manual quality assurance is gradually giving way to versatile automated testing approaches. Railsware shares its experience on reducing manual testing and switching to test-driven development.
Find out how Railsware defined its strategy with the help of each single employee. Here we describe the holacracy elements that helped us make it happen.
There comes the time in the life of a software development provider when the company management decides to launch their own product. A newbie in the sphere would definitely agree that having a strong dev team and a number of established software development processes are sufficient for taking the new business idea to the next level.
Creating a software product is a complex procedure consisting of versatile components. In other words, it is not enough to gather a team of experienced developers and tell them what you need. A proper organization of a workflow, as well as a constant tracking of all stages of the agile …
After many years of experience in recruiting engineers, we decided to share some actionable ideas, as well as pitfalls to expect for HR departments. Read and use some of our best practices for hiring Ruby on Rails talents
In today’s world of shrinking distances and wiped off boundaries it becomes easier and easier for businesses to develop and spread services or products. More and more companies open their offices around the globe looking for lower taxes or stronger markets, and feel completely comfortable with that many locations. But …