When you start a remote dedicated software development team, you might think conflicts are less frequent in virtual environment. They do happen though, and here’s an effective tool for handling them.
For tech startups, it’s the developers that make or break it. When your business is only entering the market, you need a strong technical team to have your back. Moreover, you need people who are experienced enough to find solutions independently, but risky enough to put up with the atmosphere of uncertainty that is characteristic of tech startups.
The reasons why your startup still hasn’t hired the programmers it needs can be one — or all — of the following.
At the beginning of 2014, TechRepublic asked leading IT executives what IT trends would shape the IT labor market and what dedicated developers would be in demand. Let’s see what their forecast was.
Daxx became an informational partner of the quality assurance conference QA Fest. Organized by QA testers for QA engineers, the quality assurance event will cover most urgent QA testing topics
Human resources are key for a successful startup. You want to carefully select the most suitable experts and have them on your team full-time and long-term, because that guarantees consistent quality. But IT recruitment is not that easy for tech startups, which are often unable to compete with larger established companies for top developers, or can’t afford quality talent because of budget constraints. Let us consider what the pros and cons of both variants are and what the right option for tech startups would be.