Posts tagged "software-development"

Law of Demeter in Testing Web Applications

Law of Demeter in Testing Web Applications

Writing a testable code of an application is as important as writing tests itself. While testing, besides S.O.L.I.D. (single responsibility, open-closed, Liskov substitution, interface segregation and dependency inversion - the five basic principles of object-oriented programming and design), compliance with the Law of Demeter may come in handy as well.

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It's Time to Handle Technical Debt in Your Legacy Application—4 possible scenarios

It's Time to Handle Technical Debt in Your Legacy Application—4 possible scenarios

Cutting corners in web development speeds up your development in the short run. But it eventually catches up to you in the long run, causing a lot of stress and maybe even bigger problems. It can kill morale and could be a reason why developers jump ship from your company. Especially when the business side of things doesn’t care about the code and quality software architecture.

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The Time & Materials pricing model puts you in the driver's seat.

The Time & Materials pricing model puts you in the driver's seat.

Recently, many software development agencies have switched from Fixed Price to a Time and Materials method of billing. Reluctant customers are still quite apprehensive about the idea of no final price being agreed upon at the beginning of the outsourcing partnership. Especially those with no technical background. Or the ones who just started their adventure with software development. Thus, suggesting a Time and Materials pricing model is a challenge. Even when it’s proven to be much more profitable for the ordering party.

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