This material is a logical continuation of the article about the Discovery session for the new project explained step-by-step. This time Syndicode would like to give you more information on the tasks of the Discovery Session, its participants, timeframe and results. Also, in the document for download, we will share with you the prices for Discovery Session.
Last year we described the role, skills and duties of a software architect. Definitely, this person plays one of the main roles in your future project. But there is another person who defines the success of the whole campaign. Yes, we talk about PM. And in this post, we’d like to describe the pathway of the project manager in IT.
The main goal of the discovery session is the creation of the offer. The goal of the business analyst is to gather as much information about the client’s needs as possible. Also, these needs should be added to a separate document. What are the tasks of the other team members during the discovery session? Let’s talk about the analysis of the client’s needs during the discovery session.
This time our dedicated software development team of Syndicode decided to share some piece of inner information about our experience with discovery sessions we provide for our new clients. That could be very helpful as for those who want to start a project with us, as for others who want to get the understanding what discovery session is and what parts it consists of. Let’s explore the discovery session for the new project, in details. Step-by-step.
While there are many things you have to be aware of when hiring a dedicated development team, almost every project needs an expert to make high-level design choices and define software coding standards, tools, and platforms. We talk about software architect, a person who will optimize your development process and your business as a result. Who can become a software architect? What software architect’s skills are the must? We’ll talk about the role, skills and duties of a software architect.
Even if your team does not have the official team (or technical) leader, there is always a person, who takes all the responsibility. And sometimes this responsibility concerns not only the code quality or the deadlines. What common mistakes can be done by a technical leader and how they could be avoided? In this article you will find common technical leader pitfalls.