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Software Testing Process in Stfalcon

Software Testing Process in Stfalcon

Today software is already an indispensable part of our life. There are plenty of consumer products as well as business solutions. In fact, all our life is driven by software products of different kinds, and when a solution does not work properly, many problems may set in. Losses of means or business reputation are actually the slightest troubles which may be faced compared to people’s injuries or even deaths. That’s why software testing should be a must for every product at every development stage and for every device possible.

Things to know when embarking on large IT projects

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If small projects can be treated as ships (or starships, if your prefer), guiding large IT projects is closer to commanding a whole fleet. How can you, as entrepreneur, approach leading complex projects and make sure that your offshore development team will deliver the best possible results?

How to Make an App Go Viral

How to Make an App Go Viral

There’s nothing more desirable than making an app go viral. Virality is gradually becoming a synonym of success. But what makes some apps go right to the top charts? We tried to figure it out in this article.

MVP design for startups

MVP design for startups

Posts like “I have a great startup idea. What should I do next?” are popping up on Quora and reddit every day with the same pattern mentioned across most of the answers (crashtest the idea → built MVP → gather feedback → pivot or not and pitch, pitch, pitch). If MVP development is covered extensively across the Internet, startups design aspect clearly needs some elaboration. In this article we share tips on creating MVP design for startups.

Growth engines used by Snapchat, Zendesk and Uber

Growth engines used by Snapchat, Zendesk and Uber

If you’re familiar with lean methodology by Eric Ries, you know that there’re 3 major engines of growth: viral, sticky and paid. If you aren’t, we will remind you how they work. But what’s more important is that how do you actually use engines of growth? Today we will discuss how famous tech companies used viral, sticky and paid growth engines to make it to the top.

6 tips for going viral with your startup

6 tips for going viral with your startup

If you upload your pet’s video on YouTube and it doesn’t go viral, well, it’s indeed no big deal. But lack of viral growth might be a disaster for your startup. We’ve already talked about turning startup idea into product and here we’ll explain how to make something go viral and give tips on engineering virality for your app, website or service. While it might seem that virality isn’t for everybody, you’d be surprised to learn that even serious and complex startup solutions can potentially go viral.

10 tips on getting real with your startup ideas

10 tips on getting real with your startup ideas

Even though many founders dream of starting a tech startup as soon as possible, they’re also secretly scared of not taking into account some small detail that will ruin the whole gig. But overplanning is no good for an IT startup: you need to quickly move from idea to result to ride the wave. We’ve already talked about lean canvas that make planning both quick and effective as well as sprint methodology for checking any idea in 5 days (isn’t that awesome?) and here we’d like to introduce you to Getting Real success tips.

How to measure MVP success for mobile app

How to measure MVP success for mobile app

It’s easy to follow the hype and think that if your startup gets press coverage, Twitter mentions and some decent amount of app downloads, you’re doing fine. But it is actually just the time to closely watch your mobile MVP metrics, carefully introduce little tweaks and get ready for removing features that users don’t care about. Here we will talk about metrics used to measure a success of a minimum viable product.

3 ways to get traction for your startup

3 ways to get traction for your startup

We’ve already talked about making your startup lovable with Happy Startup Canvas and today we’d like to discuss another vital matter: startup traction. According to Naval Ravikant (AngelList), traction is a quantitative evidence of market demand. It is what investors are looking for in startups and what helps you, as a founder, to identify that you should stick to your current course. In this article we are going to talk about traction method fundamentals and discuss 3 channels that will help your startup get traction it deserves.