Putting our heads together.
The process of developing software might often be similar: you get a request, try to understand the user's pain points, put a team together, estimate time and budget, and work sprint after sprint to iterate and develop the best quality product you can.
If you’re considering hiring a team for your MVP development and shortening your time to market, this NaNLABS example will help you make up your mind.
If you need to build a software solution (and you need to build it fast) but your product development team doesn’t have the capacity or the expertise to do it, we have the solution.
If your engineering team is packed with work but you need to come up with fast software solutions, try outsourcing an Agile software development team!
Agile software development continues to rise in popularity year after year. Every new software development company seems to be using it—but why?
If you’re wondering what to use for your next product development, check out this list of 8 Agile software development benefits to make your decision.
There’s a fine line between a complete lack of planning, and trying to “Waterfall” all over your Agile software development project plan. It’s a tough balancing act, but an important one.
Learn about agile software development project planning, and how you can implement it, in this step-by-step guide.
If you’ve ever worked at a big corporation, it’s possible that you’re used to a linear way of working: you start by outlining an idea, you define next steps, get your team working through the plan, and review it all at the end.
Agile software development vs Waterfall is a common software industry debate. This article shares the differences and similarities between them.
As organizations look for new ways to improve team efficiency in a constantly changing software industry, Agile development frameworks are increasing in popularity.
Interested in Agile frameworks? Read about the six stages of the Agile software development lifecycle and how Agile can benefit your organization
To be successful in the implementation of Agile, you must learn to act fast, without getting too furious. That means being flexible enough to adjust to changes without jeopardizing organization and due dates.
Take a look at the top eight agile software development tools we use at NaNLABS to organize workflows, manage issues, and communicate with others.
How do you keep track of key performance indicators (KPIs) without getting bogged down trying to measure absolutely everything?
Discover the top most useful Agile software development metrics to ensure quality, productivity, and lean workflows for your business.