Recent Crunchbase News analysis found that software professionals at some of the most-funded “unicorn” startups can earn well into the six figures. It’s no wonder, then, why hiring and subsequently paying engineers is one of the largest costs incurred by scaling software businesses. Since the dawn of the software industry, hiring remote has always been an
In the software industry, the product development cycle is broken. It’s costly. It’s laborious. And too often, product teams fail to meet their customers’ needs. And this is especially true in the business-to-business market. More than one in three “enterprise projects” — those solutions created for entire organizations, rather than individuals — come in over budget.
Making good software isn’t hard. But in the race to generate more revenue, businesses sometimes lose sight of what’s important. In fact, sticking to a few basic rules can help you grow your bottom line. In this three-part series, I explain how the golden rules of software development will help you create software people love