We're updating our mobile version. In the meantime you can contact us at info at cswsolutions dot com. See you soon

Blog

Things We Explain: Front-End & Back-End Development

The land of web development has many paths, corners and unfamiliar terminology, but that’s what we’re here for. Today we’ll make use of metaphors, analogies and examples to guide you through these two software development process. Before we go into actual definitions, here’s how some like to explain it: “Consider front end as in front of the curtains’ and back end as ‘behind the curtains’. Front...

Introduction to Software Projects Part II: Complexity

In our previous post –the first of this series– we talked about the different types of software projects. The level of complexity basically differentiated them: they can be simple or complex. We also looked at a high level what made a software project complex. In this post I want to expand a little bit on the topic of complexity. Let’s define in more depth what elements create complexity and how they will impact the overall execution of a...

2015 Technology Trends

2015 is already shaping up to be the year of productivity, but other trends, like a focus on e-commerce and mobility, are also rising to attention. Here are five technology trends to come in 2015, from the perspective of the areas they’ll affect directly: 1. Trends in marketing: the rise of the storyteller and the support to content creation. Marketers need support from storytellers, since 2015 will also be a big collaborative year, employees...

GIT For Non Developers, Part II

Our experience as a team, after implementing our version control best practices with Git has been an amazing one. After writing a first post on Git for non-developers, we decided on a continuation, to share with our community how using Git has enabled us to deliver higher value for our clients. If we, as CSW developers, have to mention our most important tool for delivering great quality service everyday, Git would fall into that list. Of...

Thank You for 2014, Welcome to 2015

This post is actually an ode to the long road our company has traveled together this year. TWENTY FOURTEEN found us seizing change: in terms of people, we grew our development team by 50%, and added two freelancing artists to the mix. In terms of internal renovations, we focused in our voice and message, in business development overseas, and in creating processes to work remotely (and happily). As we focused in organizational culture, a big...

Options in the cloud: INetU vs Rackspace

  Speaking of cloud services, hosting services and database maintenance, here’s something else you can add to the evergrowing knowledge in tech and software you’ve been acquiring throughout 2014. We are comparing managed hosting providers (cloud storage), focusing on INetU and Rackspace to start. Close up: INetU       INetU defines itself as a customer-centric cloud company, which focuses its efforts in four...
Page 1 of 812345...Last »

Search


Featured Categories


Tags


History

Featured Posts

Things We Explain: Front-End & Back-End Development

January 27th, 2015

The land of web development has many paths, corners and unfamiliar... ...

Read more »

Introduction to Software Projects Part II: Complexity

January 20th, 2015

In our previous post –the first of this series– we talked about... ...

Read more »

2015 Technology Trends

January 15th, 2015

2015 is already shaping up to be the year of productivity, but other... ...

Read more »