Blog : Bespoke Software Development

Automated vs. manual testing

As a bespoke software company, before providing the product we need to test it several times in order to detect potential bugs. This is a crucial element of every successful project. There are two ways we can do it: manually, what we all know and are used to, and automatically. Both of the ways are supposed to help us create a flawless software, however, there are two sides to every coin, therefore both methods have their advantages and disadvantages.

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How to make a client happy using MVP

We are all busy. We are all in a constant rush. No one is surprised to see the whole world looking for quick and easy solutions that will simplify our lives. Every day we can download new applications that are supposed to think, remember or count for us. There is an app that reminds you about eating your meals, another one that counts how long you brush your teeth for. The way the world runs forces us to abandon simple everyday activities so that we can keep up with everyone else. What do you think it looks like when it comes to running a business?

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UI and UX are not the same thing

If you are having your website or software developed, you have to be aware of the fact that the term designer is no longer enough. Technology has been evolving and this very fact forces us to broaden our imagination and adapt to constantly growing expectations. That is why we increasingly hear of mysterious acronyms like UI and UX. What do they mean? Do not wonder any longer.

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How Big Data Influences Our Lives

Have you ever noticed that while listening to music your favourite song is repeated surprisingly often? Has it occurred to you that the videos that are recommended to you on YouTube have strangely a lot in common with the videos that you have already watched?

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Keep Calm and Get Your Cloud Under Control

If you consider migrating to the cloud, you shouldn’t think only of its benefits and how to make it work for your company. What matters even more is making sure you don’t lose control over your data in the cloud.

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Trends in business: Freemium

Freemium – this word was used for the first time in 2006. It is a portmanteau neologism created from two words - “free” and “premium”. Freemium is a business model, based on a product which is provided free of charge, but includes additional paid features or functionality. Its origin comes from ‘shareware’.

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