To build a software development team, you need to make sure each programmer is an expert in their field, has the right personality to fit your company culture and coexist with others, but it’s even more than that. A great team is like a puzzle, where every piece is in the right place.
In this age of globalization, distributed software development doesn’t surprise anyone anymore. But what is surprising is that some of the best-performing teams out there are distributed ones. They are incredibly productive, sometimes beating the co-located teams of their competitors in this regard. With all the challenges of distributed software development, what does a distributed team have that makes it more effective?
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.
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
Daxx will support Symfony CAMP UA, one of the key Symfony development events in Ukraine, as its info partner. Symfony CAMP is organized for Symfony developers to network and exchange experience