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Software development: Which methods work best?
It's Monday morning, and GSoft’s software development teams are shuffling into the office with their heads already full of ideas. The people behind Officevibe, ShareGate and GLab rub shoulders daily, so you’d think that by now they might have nailed down the magic recipe for making world-class technologies. But it’s not that easy. While GSoft's product experts agree on some core best practices for software development, they don’t see eye-to-eye on which practices are most important. And that’s despite the fact that they all spend their days asking themselves the same question: “How can we work more efficiently?” We sat down with some of GSoft’s experts to find out which software development approaches make the most sense to them.
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If there’s one thing that all the teams agree on, it’s that the user should be their main focus. As a result, research is becoming increasingly important in product development projects.
There are lots of different practices out there, so you need to know which is most likely to work for your given context
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