Love it or hate it, failure is an integral threat to any startup owner. “Fail fast,” they say, and some startups obey. For obvious economical reasons, investors and startup owners want the endeavour to fail at an early stage rather than at the final one. But what they struggle for when they start a business is to never fail at all. Easier said than done.
When hiring a freelance agency at Upwork.com, every client should evaluate both advantages and disadvantages of this cooperation. The article lists benefits a client is likely to enjoy when working with an agency as well as the pitfalls to be aware of. It would be of interest to startup and business owners, CEOs and CTOs of larger companies and everyone who wants to learn more about Upwork.com.
The article explains what an Upwork freelance agency looks like and describes the type of projects an agency vs an individual freelancer should be hired for. It would be of interest to startup and business owners, CEOs and CTOs of larger companies and everyone who wants to learn more about Upwork.com.
This is the second article in “Logicify Monitoring Tools” series. It talks about Graylog, a software we use to manage the logs and analyze the data received from web applications. The article could be of interest to CTOs, developers and DevOps, system administrators and Project Managers.
We received a few 5-star reviews about the project completed by Logicify in the past on Clutch.co. This website thoroughly reviews over 7,000 companies from over 500 industries and rates them accordingly in order to supply information for B2B to use.
Managing remote teams is a challenge by definition. We proved this by own thorny experience during a recent project where Logicify PM was to lead a remote team of sub-contractors and decided to share our best practices and the lessons we studied along the way. This article would be useful for CTOs hiring remote teams, Project Managers leading such teams and for team members working remotely as sub-contractors.
The aim of any software company (and Logicify is not an exception) is to deliver healthy and reliable products. While a product’s reliability and performance rely on the team of developers and QAs, what does the “health” of a product depend on?
What is a fixed scope approach to development of software products? What are the main risks associated with it when examining the approach from a perspective of a client-vendor partnership? Alex Cherednichenko, Logicify BizDev, gives his honest opinion on the topic and discuses how our company addresses the challenges of fixed scope projects.
Overview of automated testing of the HTML + CSS code with a relatively new tool for adaptive design and cross-browser testing, Galen Framework, presented by Logicify QA specialist, Victoria Remnyova. The article presents general notions on the framework, its syntax, examples of a Galen-generated report and description of a few handy features quality assurance specialist could use.
In 2014, Logicify developed an online educational platform aimed at enhancing inclusive e-learning in the former USSR republics. This turned out to be our first EdTech solution, which eventually shaped our expertise field and determined one of the core areas of our activity – developing custom software for educational needs.