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Custom Enterprise Software Development: What to Know Before Your Next Project
There’s a wealth of enterprise software out there but you might find it doesn’t suit your business needs. It has some features you’ll never use, while others you desperately need are missing.
Find out what custom enterprise software is and follow the top trends in the industry. Learn how to prepare for your next project (and how outsourcing can help).
How to Implement Efficient Automated Testing in Agile
In this guide, we'll explain the basics of automated testing in the Agile methodology, how to implement it, and suggest ways to call on specialist help when you need it.
Learn how to increase accuracy, save time and reduce costs in your software testing process with this NaNLABS guide on automated testing in Agile.
Why You Need Pair Programming For Your Next Agile Project
One person is hard at work while the other one’s constantly making coffee or checking their email. Does that sound like a familiar teamwork nightmare? Cause that’s what pair programming in Agile can look like if not done correctly.
Learn more about pair programming in Agile, its pros and cons, and some best practices to help you implement this successfully.
Test-Driven Development vs Behavior-Driven Development: Key Differences You Need to Know
Working on software development can be overwhelming, especially when your team needs to debug code that has low cohesion and high coupling—two qualities that aren’t hard to find in MVPs.
If you’re developing software and need to define how to test it. Review the test-driven development vs behavior-driven development differences here!
A Useful Guide to Technical Debt in Agile (and How to Stop it Getting Out of Control
Agile teams are constantly striving for excellence and continuous improvement which means they’re more likely to take on technical debt.
Managing technical debt in Agile is crucial to ensuring the long-term success of your project. Learn about what it is, why you need it, and how we help you do it.
MVP Development for Privacy Management Client: How We Scoped The Project and Delivered a Pilot in 45 Days
Making and testing a minimum viable product (MVP) is the best way to get actionable feedback on your development idea.
Every founder needs an MVP. But they rarely have a predefined scope of their MVP development. Read how we defined this client’s product roadmap.
What Role Does Continuous Integration Play in Agile Software Development?
If Marie Kondo were a developer, she would've invented continuous integration. This Agile practice means you save what works—and has been tested and updated—and delete what doesn’t.
There are many practices that can improve your software development process. Agile continuous integration is one of those. Here’s how to use it.
Why You Should Definitely Be Adding Code Review to Your Agile Processes
If you’ve ever had experience with Agile software development methodologies, you’re probably aware that code review is a must.
Learn why code reviews are a must for Agile teams and how they can benefit your organization
Agile Code Refactoring Explained: Why You Need It and How to Do It
Agile teams are under a lot of pressure to continuously release software while meeting tight deadlines. Sometimes, this means taking on “technical debt,” and releasing a half-baked project.
Refactoring in Agile is crucial to releasing maintainable and scalable software. Learn about what it is, why you need it, and how we help you do it.
From MVP to Enterprise Software Solution: How an Augmented Team Helped Amalgam Land Bigger Clients
Hiring a software agency to work on your MVP development can be a stressful process. Having to do it twice is just a bad joke—as Amalgam could tell you.
If your MVP helped you land some clients, but now you need to take it to the enterprise software solution level, we can help you out!