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Successful Software Development Projects Will Look Like This

The post on why software development projects fail left us wanting to write one or two on successful projects, and what that success looks like. Today we’ll start with the three elements we believe make a software development project successful, from a project manager’s perspective; next week we’ll wrap it up with elements for success, from a developer’s perspective. These elements we mention form a triangle;...

Introducing ASP.NET vNext

Last month Microsoft announced ASP.NET vNext to the world at TechEd North America; since then, there has been a good release of information for developers (and from developers), and we’re doing our part by sharing what this release could mean to our clients. ASP.NET vNext has been defined as a lean and composable framework for building web and cloud applications. It is fully open source and available on GitHub (remember this post?). It is...

Top 5 Reasons Software Development Projects Fail

Building  a successful software development projects in general is not an easy task. Building a quality piece a software on-time and on-budget is really challenging. Based on this article written by the team at McKinsey & Company in 2012, about 45% of large IT projects run over budget and 7% over time. Although there are no specific numbers for success rates of software development projects for small businesses, I believe the ratio is the...

Meet our developers: Ernesto Díaz.

Where are you from? I’m from Havana, Cuba. What made you decide to become a Developer? I have two older sisters, both web developers, who showed me what they could do with computers besides playing video games. This happened since they were in college, so I’ve been curious for years. What brought you to CSW Solutions? I was living in Miami when a friend introduced me to Ray. Him and Yoel shared their vision of CSW, and offered an...

Adaptive vs Responsive Web Design: similarities, differences, and how to choose.

This is a follow-up post on our responsive web design article. We are back to expand on responsive, discuss the difference between responsive and adaptive, and how to choose between the two. First, a recap on responsive: Responsive web design (RWD) makes a website adjustable (screen size) to the devices where it’ll be viewed. It displays certain size and information when seen from a desktop computer, when seen from a tablet or when seen from...

Responsive web design: what it is and what it means.

The control which designers knew in the print medium, and often desire in the web medium, is simply a function of the limitation of the printed page. The web doesn’t have the same constraints and we have started to design for this flexibility. Responsive Design aims to produce the optimal user experience for different environments, all built into one website. It is a technique that insists that design and development should respond to the...
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Successful Software Development Projects Will Look Like This

July 29th, 2014

The post on why software development projects fail left us wanting to... ...

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Introducing ASP.NET vNext

July 10th, 2014

Last month Microsoft announced ASP.NET vNext to the world at TechEd... ...

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Top 5 Reasons Software Development Projects Fail

June 26th, 2014

Building  a successful software development projects in general is... ...

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