Our A to A’ to B philosophy
Most software projects fail because they try to implement too much in just one iteration and end up building the wrong thing. This doesn’t only happen from a technical standpoint, but also from a business point of view. Real life examples are something along the lines of “let’s build a real estate platform” or “let’s build a high performance proxy”. Read More
Transparency with our clients is key. And it’s just as important within the team. Every Thursday we hold a team meeting, without fail. The Weekly Sync is one of Vitamin Software’s most important alignment tools. It also helps team members acquire our values. Read More
Whenever someone joins our team, they jump right into a project — on their first day. Our clients are surprised by the results and often ask us how we manage it. When did we have time to familiarize ourselves with the scope and requirements? Moreover, how can we switch to a project we’ve never worked on? And still deliver! Read More
A unified team that works from several different locations can be a challenge. Especially when they’re in several different time zones. Not to mention that we work on projects spanning three continents. Read More
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“Keeping up with the Joneses” is an idiom in many parts of the English-speaking world referring to the comparison to one’s neighbor as a benchmark for social class or the accumulation of material goods. To fail to “keep up with the Joneses” is perceived as demonstrating socio-economic or cultural inferiority.
Now, you’ll wonder what this has to do with software engineering. Well, we’ve identified a few trends that are honestly quite worrying. Read More