Jobs To Be Done is a product discovery technique that cultivates innovation by changing perspective from personas to jobs. Learn more about how Railsware uses the JTBD approach for product development and check out our real-life cases
on product management, engineering, design, culture and many more...
Ruby on Rails offers useful tools and frameworks for e-commerce development and has numerous successful examples of e-commerce products built with it.
MVP is critically important to validate your product idea. This guide will teach you how to build MVP and what things to consider to avoid a failure.
Check out the unique picks of websites built with Ruby on Rails for different industries and jobs including sales, healthcare, finance and so on.
MoSCoW prioritization framework is a simple but powerful tool to set priorities in different fields including development, HR, and other operational activities. Check out how we use this technique for setting priorities and categorizing tasks in development, recruitment and other areas
What would the lean canvas examples of Google, Facebook, Amazon, Youtube, and Airbnb back in their bootstrapping days look? Check out our blog post to find this out.
Learn the most common MVP misconceptions to understand the true benefit of the minimum viable product.
This article will guide you inside the essence of startup metrics, and you’ll learn why it is fundamental to measure various sorts of data to achieve success and make your product competitive in the market
Jira and Trello are often compared. Here is our view on the best project management tools, use cases, features, pricing, along with Jira and Trello integrations.
We’ll be glad to meet Ruby adepts at the first Pivorak conference where Artur Hebda will be sharing tips on using a product-centric approach while coding.