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The great Swift migration
As you may or may not have heard already, Apple announced some rather important new rules to AppStore acceptance policy, taking effect this month (July, 2018). These affect all new submissions to the store, whether it’s a new app, or just an update. There has been no word about currently live applications being removed, but...
What a CTO can do to get things done fast and agile.
1-on-1 with Wanari’s server-side CTO Part 1 During the past 3 months Wanari has helped me a lot to grasp technology like I had never done before. Wanari strives for continuous learning and my weekly tech enrichments with Wanari’s software craftsmen is a great testimonial for that. I try to better myself in anything I put my mind-and-soul...
What is a sprint retrospective and why is it important?
In this post I will explain what a sprint and a sprint retrospective are because they’re important parts of software development, but there are always questions arising when we introduce these concepts to our clients. So, this morning I got invited to a sprint retrospective to take pictures for our social media outlets. I did my...
What is Agility? Let’s begin with some history! Systems establishing the scene for agility – like Scrum, XP, DSM, and Crystal – were gaining popularity in the ’90s. In the beginning of the 2000s, a meetup for like-minded men was organized, including creators of Scrum. The goal was to find a collective name for all...
The 4 Essential Documents of Your Brand New Mobile App
As a software developer, I often encounter the issue of fixing up (having to add new features and/or fix bugs in) an already existing mobile app. If the appropriate tools are unavailable, I often face obstacles when taking on this task. As a client, you must know that during development, there will be byproducts arising parallel to your...