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How to Work with IT Vendors. Part 1: Pre-sale

By Konstantin Pilkevich

At this project stage, an IT vendor should look into what you need to develop to estimate the project cost and prepare a commercial proposal. It has to be clarified before you sign an agreement — that’s why it’s called “pre-sale”. Here is a list of what you should do during this stage so that the vendor understands you right and you don’t miss something important. [...]

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4 Real Life IoT Success Cases Proven to Transform Business

By Svetlana Pyatakova

IoT is clearly piping hot, but exactly how it’s going to perform miracles, is not clear to most of us. So today we decided to take some already established IoT success stories with impressive track records and look at them in-depth to see what the fuss is abo [...]

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The Component Approach and Typescript in AngularJS 2.0 for Large Teams Developing Complex Apps

By Mihail Poddubsky

New AngularJS 2.0 — new features. Do they meet new requirements to web development itself? Let's find out together! [...]

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4 Integration Levels of Embedded Analytics on Itransition’s BI Project Examples

By Svetlana Pyatakova

It’s impossible to imagine leading mobile and enterprise apps without garnering important insights from embedded analytics. However, embedding has to be implemented correctly and at the right depth for your company to reap most benefits. Today we look at different 4 integration levels, based on the depth of analytics embedding. [...]

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DIY: 15 Services for Making Mobile-Friendly Websites

By Svetlana Pyatakova

A lot of successful websites are built using free web design tools with intuitive interfaces and functionality that anyone can implement. But with so many services out there, how do you know which one to pick for your particular situation? So here are 15 services to build a mobile website without hiring an expensive development team. [...]

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How to Outsource Development Effort without Cooling Your Hot Startup Down

By Anna Ilyushchits

As marketer at a technology services company, I’ve sifted through our history of startup-initiated projects in an attempt to sum up what type and scope of tasks are typically outsourced and emphasize what aspects you as a startup owner shall watch out for to secure a most favorable output. [...]

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What if Usability Tests Don’t Work?

By Katerina Maksimova

Usability testing repeatedly proves its paramount importance, as it helps to find and fix problems hampering conversion rate, verify concepts and even take some inspiration from the target audience. But what if these methodologies don’t reveal users’ actual needs, or the findings are not enough to make decisions? Let’s try to go deeper than the warned-out questionnaires and interviews. [...]

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Why You Need DevOps-as-a-Service

By Pavel Shultz

In my opinion, one of the main reasons for this is the traditional approach to company structure of functionally separate departments that to this day fail to communicate effectively. The latest effort to breach gaps in collaboration between development and operations is DevOps. [...]

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10 Web Design Trends For 2016

By Svetlana Pyatakova

Changing tech and changing times always bring about new web design trends, and 2016 will not be any different. As the New Year approaches, lists of web design trends for the next twelve months are circling the web. So here are our ten web design trends you will probably need to look out for in 2016 [...]

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Hacker Attacks – Main Types and Protection Measures

By Svetlana Pyatakova

When innocent Jeeps can be hacked on the road, the work of entire organizations or creative individuals can be wiped out in the matter of minutes, and the official Crayola Facebook starts posting indecent imagery, you know it’s time to learn your hacker attack types. Here are the most common ones, along with a few prevention and counter measure tips. [...]

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