We’ve launched our new website a few weeks ago. It represents what we stand for today and is the result of the journey we went through over the past 2 years. Read a short FAQ about what's changed.
Evojam backend crew of five is about to hit the road to Kraków for the 2015 Lambda Days. A functional programming conference, that we officially support. This field of programming is red-hot and tickets for the event sold-out, so our expectations are high... :)
Let's say that prior to mobile explosion you've had a popular site. It is very probable that there was only "the site". So you've had one rendering engine - the web view - one way to retrieve and save data to the database. Along came mobile with the need for native apps - iOS & Android - as well as the old page's younger brother - the mobile website.
Looking to subcontract a software project or maybe having doubts that you will receive poor quality of the coding performed? Then another concern could possibly be with the actual delivery or keeping deadlines? Those are the objections we hear the most often from our potential customers. Fortunately, there's a couple of precautions you can take to help smoothen the cooperation with an outside software development agency.
You can't fully understand Lean Startup if you don't have a deep understanding of Disruptive Innovation. It's a a term coined by Clayton M. Christensen in his famous book "Innovator's Dillema". The book goes to extraordinarily deep levels to explain how Disruptive Innovation emerges, how it redefines market realities and what it means for both: established companies as well as attackers / startups. Let me explain how this relates to Lean Startup.