Back in 1970’s, DARPA’s director at the time, George H. Heilmeier developed a set of questions for new projects to answer in order to get funding. He himself called them “Heilmeier Catechism”. They are still valid today for investors, funders and for yourself to check if something is worth investing your money and time in.
For those with an application idea and those looking to implement the idea, here’s how to go about creating an time and cost estimate.
My friend and a respected developer, Abhinav Saxena, delivers at talk to our dev team on what he learned working in the field with a varied set of clients.
How to spot a decent developer when you see one. Some advice based on working with developers for more than a decade.
A brief look at how we run projects at 8Rays Tech.
Things to consider before you jump to implementation.