MVPs take a long time to make and they are expensive.
If you’re a startup, it’s even more challenging because you will almost inevitably run out of money before you get it right. This slows down the development of the product, which slows down your ability to test your assumptions, which will slow down your growth.
We use agile software development principles and essential behavior-driven development concepts to help us design, build and deliver software built to solve a specific problem. Whether that problem is for your company, the market, or the government, we solve the problem first and then write the code.
In a typical sprint, based on the business objectives we determine a feature or series of features that will be implemented.
From there we analyze the user story and begin to define acceptance criteria based on the feature requirements.
Properly written acceptance criteria allow developers and our quality assurance team to create automated tests and develop against the tests to create stable & tested software that is then automatically deployed to a live environment.
A typical sprint reflects a properly structured CI/CD pipeline.
All services are provided via our DesignOps Principles
At Evolving Software we don’t just start writing code to solve problems. We first use business analysts to help us
Not having a Definition of Done at the company makes it hard to get the entire company pulling in the