Nov. 28, 2017, 12:47 p.m.

User Feedback Influences Scrum Founders to Improve Scrum Guide

The use of Scrum is standard operating procedure among the technical experts at First Line Software. As such, we are constantly monitoring the latest developments and uses of Scrum.Similar to how Scrum functions in terms of frequent reviews and adaption, the Scum Guide itself is reviewed often to determine what updates can be made to make the Guide even more useful and valuable.

Nov. 17, 2017, 12:42 p.m.

First Line Software included in 35th Software 500 worldwide ranking of softwar...

This year represents the 35th publication of the Software 500, a worldwide ranking of software and software services companies. Based on reported revenues from the 2016 fiscal year compared to 2015, this ranking identifies trends through revenue growth, R&D investments, and employee staffing.

Oct. 23, 2017, 1:55 p.m.

Digital hotels of the future

The hotel business is extremely competitive, and hotel owners are fighting for every guest. Fueling this market is the growing popularity of online booking platforms like Airbnb. Hoteliers understand that digital services can help them attract and retain their clients, which is why this market is in the process of faster digitalization. The name of this process is “travolution”.

Oct. 12, 2017, 1:18 p.m.

When the world asks you to be fast. Agile as today’s mainstream

Natalia Voronko, Professional Scrum Master and First Line Software program manager speaks about demonstrating a progressive attitude in development and agile methodologies.

Oct. 9, 2017, 4:25 p.m.

Big Data for Peace and Justice

First line Software recently took part in an educational project of Leiden University in the Netherlands. The main goals of the project are popularization of digital technologies in humanitarian organizations, growth in the usage of big data in social research and applying information technology to help people in difficult life situations.

Oct. 5, 2017, 4:36 p.m.

Smart Watches: Why They Matter

Gennady Nosenko, head of mobile development, First Line Software, has written this short essay about the current state of the worldwide smart watches market:   Personally, I am quite fond of smart watches; but not everyone shares my enthusiasm for the devices. Adherents of the classics consider the smart watch to be an imposter. While the indication of the current time is simply decoration; it is there for the tradition. Partly, it’s true. Because the evolution of technologies has allowed brands to bring many functions to the watches: step counting, body temperature, environment sensors, video calling, list management, voice control, and contactless payments.

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