Nowadays, enterprise software development is evolving at a fast pace. Every aspect of it is subjected to change: tactics, standards, tools, libraries, etc. Consequently, these changes bring new capabilities. As the business world becomes increasingly web-based, enterprise business applications play one of the leading roles for businesses. Below you’ll find … Continue Reading
Category Archives: Software Product Development
One of the things that have surprised me in the past few years is the size of the ecosystem around startups. We see the same ecosystems evolve in all the major hubs across the globe, but we lack an ecosystem for scaling up.
In my own journey the past decade, … Continue Reading
You may not have established your company. You may not have developed your product yet. But you have an idea. Moreover, you can visualize your project in works, you can imagine its results – that means that you have a vision that drives your ambitions. So what are the stages … Continue Reading
On November 11th-12th was our first scrum training in Jakarta facilitated by CEO, Hugo Messer. This is the background on how the Indonesia scrum venture was born. Let’s have a look into Hugo’s story.
SAP and Mobile these two words have originated from different centuries. Whenever SAP was created a phone was something that stood on the table and had anything but a display. When in 2008 an iPhone opened the era of applications for mobile devices few would imagine the … Continue Reading
We’ve been developing software since 2006. When we first started, we only needed a good text editor and an FTP client to send files to a server. But times have changed – and our business with them. As we grew, we needed a way to keep in touch with customers, … Continue Reading
The rapidly moving world of software development poses a variety of challenges to organisations. Working agile with remote teams offers an opportunity address these challenges. It offers also a great chance to find expertise and talent in less competitive markets. In 2014 9th State of Agile survey conducted by VersionOne … Continue Reading
Hey everyone, I am excited to have Thomas Wingate, the Co-founder of Dreamler, as Ekipa’s next interviewee. Thomas has a strong background in architecture, construction and information logistics. Known for vast knowledge and experience in management consulting, game development and complex construction. Read his previous guest post “How … Continue Reading
I’ve been working with remote teams for the past 7 years, many of which are globally distributed across EUA, Brazil, India, and China and at least 4 different time zones at a time. I’ve also worked with teams located in Ireland and Canada. What I’ve learned during these years is … Continue Reading
Happy to welcome Tallitha Campos who has more than 12 years of experience in Information Technology, an enthusiast on new trends, technology and culture to discuss on distributed teams from Quality Analyst perspective. As a Quality Assurance Analyst for 8 years, Tallitha’s customer centric approach helps Yellow Pencil deliver user-friendly … Continue Reading
Here, we are excited to welcome the “Pragmatic Manager,” Johanna Rothman, who helps organisational leaders see problems and risks in their product development. A very special thank-you to Johanna, being kind enough to share her experiences, insights on the pragmatic approach to manage remote teams and workshops. You can … Continue Reading
Lean startup might look as an industry jargon for many, however, the process has flourished beyond Silicon Valley and tops by Eric Ries’ viral release. The lean startup methodology gives companies (not only … Continue Reading
When we started to build web applications with AngularJS over two years ago it was just a promising JS framework with growing community of volunteer developers, used mainly by its biggest supporters. Created mostly for single page apps and using MVC (model-view-controller) it offered a good separation between presentation, data … Continue Reading