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When people gather together to build complex software, some roles and responsibilities may be unclear at first sight. For an untrained eye, tricky naming is one of the main reasons. For example, it may be unclear whether or not a web designer must take care of UX design. After all, both terms have "design" in them and are related to web development. Terms that are used interchangeably don't make the situation more transparent.
Every software development project looks the same at first glance. You gather requirements and then write the code to turn them into useful functionalities to which a software solution provides access. The development process can take many months, and the application will be used for years or even decades after the launch. During this period, the source code needs to be changed countless times to add new features or fix bugs, for example.
Over the last decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the way businesses operate, allowing them to collect and analyze data from physical devices. IoT has provided businesses with a wealth of helpful information. It enables them to make data-driven decisions and optimize their operations. However, a new trend is emerging in the IoT world, the Internet of Behavior (IoB).
The SaaS development industry is rapidly growing, with businesses everywhere choosing these apps to power their operations. According to a recent Gartner forecast, the global cloud apps market will continue to grow in 2023. Speaking of SaaS solutions specifically, the sector will increase by 16.8%, and end-user spending is forecasted to reach over 195 billion dollars.
When browsing the Internet, a user can do it from a desktop or mobile gadget, and, with the variety of devices available nowadays, each of them has its own display resolution. It means that your website should be able to lay content the way it suits the user’s screen. Otherwise, it will be impossible to surf your site, and a user can simply close the browser tab to find the better platform with adjustable and easy-to-use layout.
The reasons a specific company keeps using legacy software may vary. Some don’t want to change anything if an app performs its business functions. The others are afraid of costs related to designing, testing, and deploying the new app. And there’s always somebody who just doesn’t want to change the habitual way of doing things. Add a minor change into traditional workflow, and everything will turn into chaos. That’s how they see it. However, the results of using a legacy system are always the same. For example, security issues, bad availability, poor compatibility, etc.
The Energy and Utilities industry is an integral part of our day-to-day life, and it changes rapidly because of our ways of creating and using it. The possibilities of the future are endless, and it is up to us to make energy abundant and sustainable. Government investments in the next-generation energy technologies, various market developments, and new digital technologies that are constantly occurring nowadays help greatly to pave the way for the Energy and Utilities industry digital transformation.
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Not every day is quiet and peaceful when you work in software development. Sometimes, implementing a new feature takes longer than you expected. Making users wait for too long, especially if you’ve already announced the appearance of new functionality, will not improve your relationship with them. When you develop a new product from scratch, the urge to release it as quickly as possible is quite natural as well. The question is how to complete the work faster without making your employees feel exhausted.
It’s essential to know every bit and byte of your software project to ensure its reliability and security. However, sometimes it is not so easy to draw the line between some core concepts involved in the development process. What’s the difference between front-end and back-end? Are UI and UX two different names for the same thing made up by somebody to trick the newbies? These and many other questions are pretty obvious to answer for specialists involved in programming. But people not familiar with the peculiarities of this craft may find terminology confusing.