• Let’s have a few outsourcing advisory firms for lunch today!

    The mission of ContractIQ is to showcase the credibility of software development companies across the world. Towards that, we’ve been spending every working hour in doing things, building stuff that shall eventually lead to better information about such companies. Ultimately everyone wins – Customers get access to relevant information. Service…

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  • PHP vs Ruby vs Python vs Panic Attack

    So, you don’t code and decided to outsource your app. Job done right? If that’s what you feel, no offense, I’d say, ”Stop Before Trying Hard to Kill Your Startup!’. [tweetherder]You might not be a coder, but you’re not a technophob either[/tweetherder]! You need to understand technology, especially when you…

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  • HTML5 vs. Native – Enterprise & Startup Mobility

    To go native or HTML5 is an argument that’s settled for a while now. Remember, when Facebook (not so quietly) ditched its HTML5 version in favor of native? There are several reasons why native apps are so better than HTML5. What works in favor of native apps? 1. Rich Choices…

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  • Don’t be scared about outsourcing. Be scared about the lack of track record, though!

    A Guest Post from Rory O’Brien – Vice President (Business Development) at Koval Technologies. — Outsourcing has gotten a bad rap thanks to the work (or lack thereof) of some, but there are still many great and reputable companies out there willing to do excellent work at cost effective price…

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  • Quora answers on Minimum Viable Product

    Ever since we launched our initiative “Build your MVP”(Registration closed), we have been getting a lot of responses. Majorly from the early stage startup and often we advise them, “Don’t build a Minimum Viable Product”. There was this enthusiastic client who wanted to build his product(MVP version) with the combined…

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  • Why do startups build products when they need not?

    [tweetherder]Why do startups build products?[/tweetherder] I have an MBA degree. So yes, the 90% of you could stop reading here! Thanks! In marketing, [tweetherder]a product is anything that can be offered to a market that might satisfy a want or need[/tweetherder]. That which can be sold multiple times while sustaining its ability…

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  • Guest Post – Rapid App Development for Mobile – Experience of OAB Studios

    When we started as a small, unorthodox team poised to build our own apps almost 4 years ago; we had read, studied and applied many software development methodologies: Waterfall, spiral and many flavors of iterative development. Since those days, we have worked with many clients, on many projects, and learned…

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  • Will you marry me? – Selecting a mobile/web app development company – Score card!

    Let’s say you’ve decided that working with an external team to build your product, is the way forward. You’d send a few emails, ask a few friends for references and you’ve signaled that you are evaluating vendors. [tweetherder]Vendor selection is not a serial process. You have to clear the list in parallel.[/tweetherder]…

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  • Build a minimum viable product!

    (The registration has been closed for this initiative) So you are a business founder with a great idea and no technical chops? And, you’re a part of an accelerator now? It’s a nice problem to have your idea validated. But nice as it might be, this is a problem that…

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  • Startup Lead Scoring Tool for Product Development Firms

    If you are building products for start-ups  you’d know how hard it is to qualify a startup lead. We mostly go by intuition. While that could work in many cases, here is handy tool. [tweetherder]The main difference between lead scoring as it is done for enterprises and as it should be…

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