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1. Planning

Knowing your business is owning your business, but sometimes that’s not enough for constructing a release plan. We help our customers to point their project in the right direction by clarifying technical spikes, creating stories, providing estimates and suggestions, which are blended with their business priorities.

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2. Analysis

First understand the problem, only then attempt to solve it.
Some requirements are tricky or difficult to understand. To assist in communication, our team uses a ubiquitous language in their design and code.

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3. Design

One can come a long way without designing but at a given time one will get stuck.
Good design will avoid lots of dependencies within a system; this means that changing one part of the system will not affect others.

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4. Coding

We ensures your budget isn’t wasted building features and functionality that will require major revision, or worse yet, have to be thrown away and completely rebuilt.
We only start writing code once the analysis and design phases are complete.

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5. Testing

Peer to peer code review and automatic testing is in our lifeblood.
We know how to find best solutions and how to handle technical debt wisely.
We maintain a consistent level of quality release after release.

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6. Deployment

Your deploys should be as boring, straightforward, and stress-free as possible.
Our deployment process is concerned with reducing friction in the release process, automating the steps required to deploy a build so that code can be released safely at any time.

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