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Problems with documentation writingIt's hard to find anyone who hasn't heard of Stonehenge, yet nobody can say for sure what was the original purpose pursued by the ancient people who built it. In fact, the scientists would be grateful for any text or graphical description from the builders of this monument.
- Web development
HTML, CMS or Custom Development: Which is Better?First and foremost, you should know that there’s no one right way to build a website. What you use in the end all depends on your needs and business demands. Sometimes a basic HTML site is all you need, other times you may need to develop a comple...
How Close Your Outsourced Team Should Be Located? Pros and ConsThose days when you could seriously argue whether it’s a bad or a good idea to bring outsourcers in your business are gone. Now the question is different: how to choose an outsourcing team so as to get maximum benefit and minimum risks.
Ten Tips and Best Practices for Accurate Task Estimating
Task estimating and time planning are both stress and responsibility, and some developers even come up with ideological excuses against them. However, whether they want it or not, it is all about terms and estimates in the IT-world, rather than co...
The Baltic E-Success: A Brief Introduction to the Estonian IT Industry
Estonia enjoys the reputation of a genuinely digital society. Today, it is Europe’s most ambitious country in terms of technological and IT development. Most of government services are delivered 24/7 and have been digitally linked across one platf...
Split-Stack Web Development: Some Advantages of Separating Front-end from Back-end
Website (or web application) development strategies have been evolving continuously over the past decade. Today, web development companies fall into two broad groups – full-stack agencies and specialized, or niche, agencies. The first category, st...