I am proud to announce that Jim Wang, Shinetech’s Vice President, Global Delivery, recently completed the Chinese translation of Software in 30 Days, written by the creators of Scrum, Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland. The book will be on sale in China this month.
Intellectual property (IP) protection is one of the main concerns companies have about IT outsourcing. The first action they can take to protect themselves from IP theft is to register for trademarks, copyrights or patents. Businesses who are seeking an IT outsourcing service provider can take this a step further by evaluating the company’s reputation and the protections they offer.
C++ is the most popular programming language because it is powerful, efficient and standardized. It is a complex language and even experienced programmers can make mistakes that can cause corrupted data or program crashes.
Here are some common C++ programming mistakes that can cause these issues:
Sprint planning meetings are essential for Scrum teams to determine the amount of work necessary to achieve the sprint goal and meet clients’ requirements. Here are some expert tips for effective sprint planning meetings:
Java is a powerful, object-oriented programming language that is easy to learn and offers many benefits. It is the universal standard development for most enterprise software, games, web content and mobile apps.
Scrum sprint planning meetings are held at the start of the sprint cycle. The product owner and Scrum Master meet with the rest of the team to review the product backlog, answer any questions and set a sprint goal.
HTML5 features can bring your web applications to life and create a dynamic experience for users. Many companies use the canvas API, WebGL, WebRTC and other HTML5 elements to make web versions of their apps.
Ruby on Rails (RoR) development offers many benefits for programmers and businesses by improving development speed and performance. More than 200,000 websites use the open-source web application framework, including companies like Amazon, Yahoo!, CNET, IMB and NASA.