Covid the Catalyst

Covid the Catalyst

The story is told of a man who had always planned on getting to work on that project in the backyard, but he just never had the time because of his busy schedule. Covid changed that, and he was able to use the extra time he had to finally get

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The New Economy

The world economy has never changed more rapidly than in 2020. Regal Cinemas has announced that they will be closing all 536 locations, while streaming services are having a banner year. Although we are in the midst of significant recession due to the pandemic, housing prices are skyrocketing because of

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Don’t hesitate!

Mexico’s current president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has been leading the country to increase its investment in higher education by building new universities and making colleges accessible to more people. Consequently, Mexico has been producing unprecedented numbers of professionals, including engineers and software developers. With a deeper pool of talent

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Adapt or die

Beginning last Spring, companies have had to adapt their business systems and processes in unprecedented ways. Remote work has become the new normal for many workers, and software development is no exception. According to forbes.com, “software development is supposed to be a highly adaptive and agile process. But the pandemic

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The Cost Of Stagnation

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!” There is a long & familiar list of companies that have subscribed to this philosophy to the point of entrepreneurial suicide. It includes familiar names such as Blockbuster, Nokia, Kodak, and many more. A quick study of their ultimate demise reveals what can

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How important is face time?

Face-to-face time is essential in any relationship, whether it’s personal or business. Studies show that regular face-to-face meetings with software development teams help mitigate unexpected management costs that are directly related to project confusion and/or miscommunication. Sufficient facetime may not guarantee perfection, but it does lower the likelihood of setbacks

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