Why Product Owners Love Working with AndPlus

By Abdul Dremali on Nov 27, 2019 9:15:00 AM

Think about the products or services you use most. You tend to go to the same hairstylists, restaurants, clothing stores, construction contractors, cleaning services, and automobile dealerships over and over again.

Why do you return to them? Sometimes it’s simply a matter of habit. Sometimes it’s good customer service.

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Why Agile Has Taken Over the Software Dev World

By Brian Geary on Dec 18, 2017 9:05:00 AM

Today, it seems that almost every software development organization employing more than one programmer subscribes to the Agile methodology. In fact, it’s difficult to find one that doesn’t. Given its pervasiveness now, it’s hard to remember that only a few years ago, Agile was a newfangled idea that only a few development shops were trying, while others dismissed it as a passing fad or were “waiting to see…”

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How AndPlus executes the Google Ventures Design Sprint

By Matt Hull on Oct 16, 2017 9:05:00 AM

Software developers are a funny bunch. Not necessarily “ha ha” funny—you don’t see many developers on the stand-up comedy circuit—but they have certain peculiarities. Although they are generally amenable to learning new things, such as shopping for books, buying airline tickets, and meeting people in “chat rooms.” Witness, for example, the great struggles some development teams had when switching from procedural to object-oriented programming.

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6 Benefits Of Agile Medical Software Development

By Brian Geary on Dec 28, 2016 8:00:00 AM

There’s nothing more damaging to a medical company than to spend months developing new features only to have them become obsolete by the time they’re delivered.

Medical companies that use traditional waterfall development processes often see their projects go months over their deadlines, with budgets doubling or even tripling. Often when projects are finally delivered, their intended users no longer need those features or functions. These repeated failures make it nearly impossible to keep getting funds or buy-in from the staff or executives for future projects.

But software development doesn’t have to be a long and expensive process. By moving to an agile software development process, medical companies can more quickly and cost-effectively create software that meets their users’ needs.

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Expert Interview Series: Dave Nevogt of Hubstaff

By Brian Geary on Sep 28, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Dave Nevogt is a co-founder of Hubstaff, a leading time tracking platform for managing remote teams. We recently asked Dave about Hubstaff and the challenges of launching a software startup today.

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4 Reasons Why Agile is The Best Way to Develop Custom Software

By Brian Geary on Aug 3, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Agile or waterfall? 

What is the best way to develop custom software? Agile is like the cool new kid in school. All the popular start-ups are doing it. Definitely very “lean.” But why?

Agile is easier and has less risk than other software development methods. How? It is collaborative. It is “plain English,” not techie speak. It is transparent and removes “the black box” from software development. Agile provides value quickly. And it is very flexible. 

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