June 7, 2019 // By Magenic
You might be surprised to hear that many of the roadblocks that pop up in the software development world are not because of the technology they’re using. When you implement the right process, roadblocks vanish and delivery speed increases. To learn more, check out a round-up of blog posts written by some of the best thought leaders in the business.
10 Must-Have Qualities of A Successful Product Owner
Which role is more important when developing software: that of product owner or product manager? The difference may sound like semantics, and in many cases the titles seem to be used interchangeably. But when it comes to formulating a team charged with developing your innovative software products, it’s important to ensure the team lead is acting as a product owner.
There’s no arguing about it: Digital transformation is driven by the customer. The world is changing, the marketplace is evolving, and companies are struggling to keep up with the fast pace. If your software is suffering, the first place to look is your product owner.
You may have heard us talk about the “accelerated feedback” revolution. If you haven’t, it’s where companies throw out old processes and embrace newer methodologies like Agile, which enables continuous delivery of solutions into product environments. Successful companies have realized that in order to get to market faster, they need to adopt a “product” mindset instead of a “project” mindset.
When it comes to creating new software products, the contributions of company business and IT departments haven’t always jibed. That’s unfortunate since that lack of cohesion leads to knowledge gaps that inhibit a product’s success and hinder speed to market.
Application architecture using a microservice model has been the foundation for large enterprise applications for more than a decade. After proving itself in the data center, it’s now successfully being adapted to cloud applications. What lessons have been gained about benefits and caveats of microservices in the enterprise? We’ll dive into the keys to success in this post.
Everyone wants software to be delivered on time, every time, bug free. It might sound too good to be true, but with an effective Quality Engineering and Assurance (QE&A) program in place, you can deliver better software, faster than ever.
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