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software testing life cycle

Imagine you enter a clothes store and see every piece of clothing in the same color and size. That’s basically a description of software that never went into testing. Either it suits your needs (accidentally), or it’s completely useless. The purpose of developing a software product is to satisfy a wide range of needs — and…

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Clutch Lists MWDN is the Top Developers

“We are proud to be on the list of leading software development companies by Clutch and strive to provide the best solutions to our customers!” — Natalia Myakinkaya, VP of Business Development We’re happy to announce that, for the second year in a row, Clutch has listed MWDN as a leading B2B service provider within…

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classic successful outsourcing examples in software development and IT

Outsourced software development, and IT outsourcing in general, are a huge thing now. As all the huge things out there, this one is already wrapped in myth in some aspects, and has its fair share of both glorious successful outsourcing examples and Halloween-ish urban legends. Meanwhile, the market is growing: last year, it was worth…

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Outsourcing vs Offshoring: are they the same thing

The time has come, hasn’t it? Once your enterprise is confidently and officially past the “cozy local business stage”, some things just can’t be done in-house anymore. At this point, a smart executive officer is bound to consider outsourcing (or offshoring?) some activities. Viable reasons to outsource are abundant to the point of overflow. Maybe…

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lean software development - a methodology stemming from manufacturing

A while ago in the 20th century, Toyota managed to climb out of serious problems using a special approach to manufacturing. The method involved, among others, defining and ruthlessly cutting away anything that didn’t bring value into the product – as well as empowering the professionals involved. The system gained acceptance, and has been used…

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