Finding yourself in a dynamic, fast growing IT economy placed in the world of fast changes, uncertainty, and competition, has never been easy. If you want to succeed as a software engineer, you are not only expected to deliver the software but also have a wider view of your business environment.
Everything changes quickly and that’s an obvious fact. It also applies to data. It’s time to ask yourself a very important question: is your analysis as agile as your user? Is it still as shiny and relevant as you thought?
More of our teams use micro services when developing new projects. We gathered participants from Norway, Sweden and Krakow to share our experiences.
Among many tools for product managers, designers and UX developers, there is one modeling technique which might turn your product’s scope into a more measured set of features – at the same time providing more value as well as predictable customer feedback. Kano model The model – developed by Noriaki