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Why QA?

december 8, 2017

We have a competence centre QA. Why? Because we are seeing compelling evidence that this aspect of the development process is underused.

QA brings significant value in a number of ways. We have been monitoring its increased use into our teams. This is what we found.

What are we talking about?

For us, QA is not only about the hunt for bugs before deployment, but rather an integral and critical part of the entire process. It begins with requirements verification right through customer issues and doesn’t end. A good QA brings not only specific skills and experience, but just as importantly, a different approach and mentality to the process. This should not be underestimated. Læs mere

It pays to decide whether you want to spend your time doing what is important or doing what is urgent.

In a world that is changing at a pace that has never been seen before, it can be quite challenging working with software development.

Business is calling for new functionalities and services and demanding them yesterday. Project Managers are hunting you down to discuss their difficulties attracting the right talent to their teams. And then when people have been found it takes forever to get them up to speed with their tasks. And to add to your agony every month at least one person steps into your office because they have received a good offer from another company in the current overheated market. Læs mere

Talking to companies across all of Europe, we see uncertainty.

We sat down with Dr. Axel Fr. von dem Bussche of Taylor Wessing. He is one of Germany’s leading legal experts on GPDR and he has just published a book about the topic – see details below.

In this first installment, we talk about the organizational preparation necessary to be compliant. This advice is the result of Axel’s wide experience and is formed in respect of particular demands presented by the new regulations. Læs mere

Many IT companies desperately lack software developers. In Denmark, we often hear news stories about IT companies that have to reject business opportunities, because they are unable to find software developers with the required competences. One solution to the above challenge is to establish a development team abroad!

When a company evaluates whether or not they should try to outsource some of their software development, many factors have to be taken into consideration; how do we cooperate with a team abroad from another culture, what are their English language skills, and naturally – do foreign software developers have the competences, we need for our business? Læs mere

We often get the question, is culture really important?

Over the years, it is our experience that differences in cultural parameters can have a huge influence on how we interpret the world around us. If we do not pay attention to the cultural differences, it can result in some challenges – and often negative ones. Læs mere