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Custom Software

Sometimes Custom is the only way to go


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Team Learning as Team Building

Jun 17, 2016 Code Eric Potter

You can learn a lot by attending industry conferences. But what you learn often goes beyond industry topics.
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Should Custom Software Developers Be Generalists or a Specialists?

Nov 23, 2015 Custom Application Development Eric Potter

Before you can lay out a path to becoming a better custom software developer, you need to understand the multidimensional nature of your toolkit.
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If Unit Tests Were Seinfeld Characters

Aug 25, 2015 custom software Eric Potter

Quality Assurance works best when it mixes up diverse types of testing... kind of like a TV comedy works best with diverse types of characters.
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Some New Visual Studio 2015 Features We’re Already Putting to Use

Jul 29, 2015 Visual Studio 2015 Eric Potter

Microsoft just released Visual Studio 2015, and our Custom Software team has already started using it.
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Developing Software in a Network of Ideas

Mar 12, 2015 Custom Application Development Eric Potter

Great ideas aren't formed in a vacuum, they're based on years of ideas before them. Here's how to leverage that legacy for your next software project.
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Switching from Waterfall to Scrum Midstream

Nov 3, 2014 Custom Application Development Eric Potter

There are lots of ways to approach custom software development, but what happens when you need to shift methods mainstream? Here's how we handled it.
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"Theirs but to Do and Die": Why a Lack of Communication Will Lead to a Software Development Disaster

Oct 20, 2014 custom software Eric Potter

"The Charge of the Light Brigade" tells of a group of doomed soldiers, heading for their death. Here's how your software team can avoid the same fate.
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