“A man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone.” ~Henry David Thoreau, Walden After reading that recently I realized that is exactly why companies are willing to spend money on custom software to run their businesses. Are you curious to learn what we think a poet has to say about software development? Then this blog is for you.
Cryptocurrency is getting a lot of attention but few people thing about how it changes our everyday interactions. We've found 5 things that are significantly different when developing custom e-commerce sites.
2017 was a great year for Switchbox but it was also a year of seeing a lot of trends and changes in the development industry. I've been asked "What language do most companies in Columbus use?" a lot so I thought I'd give a really basic overview.
As software developers we often assume everyone knows what the difference is between a web app and a mobile app. Based on some of our client questions we realized there is a lot of confusion between Native App Development and Web App Development. Let us help clarify.
Many CFO's and CEO's view custom web application development as an expense. They simply look at the final invoice amount for their software development company, write a check and assume there is some kind of sunk cost. We believe that is the wrong way to approach it.
With thousands of app development companies in existence choosing the right one can be a daunting task. Finding the right partner is more important than saving a few hundred or thousand dollars in building your product. The right partner can add value in more ways than just development, which will help you maximize revenues for your app business. Below are the key aspects in what you should look for in an app developer to make the right decision for your application.
If you are thinking about buying a business that is primarily software based your biggest concern is now to evaluate the quality of the software. We have a few ideas that might help.
Sitecore is quickly gaining traction as a preferred CMS system by companies here in Columbus. We've been getting some request to do development work as well as a few simple questions. Hopefully this blog give you a little more information if you are thinking about building a new website using it as your CMS system.
I do a lot of speaking and working with young software developers, scrum project managers, mobile app developers, you name the title I've met with them. I always get asked "What do I need to do to get a great job as a software developer in Columbus, Ohio?" Since I've hired probably 50 developers (mostly ASP.Net and Ruby on Rails) I thought I would answer the question here.