How to distinguish good code from bad one? Tech guys like us will tell you that the main criteria for a good, high-quality code are its readability, cleanliness and stability. But these words won’t say anything to the user, however, he does not need to delve into such subtleties. It will be enough to note that a good, high-quality code is when everything works without failures.
A startup is not a walk across a field. A startup is not clear sailing in calm waters and not even a bed of roses. It is also not all peaches and cream. You can endlessly list quotes from the book “A Thousand and One Banalities”, but they rather vividly depict work on new business projects, each of which, like our life, has its own risks, difficulties, challenges, and routine.
Let's assume that you need to find some information. How exactly will you do this? Type on the keyboard? Use handwriting input? Or maybe you will use voice search?
By the way, which of the above methods is the most convenient and natural? Perhaps the option with a voice is going to win this race. After all, conversations have been the main way to find out about the desired information for many millennia.
In our blog, we have repeatedly talked about the difficulties and challenges that new technology business projects face at different stages of development. You are probably already familiar with the reasons of technological startups failures, so, we will not torment you, let's just get right into it.
What makes your business successful? We bet some of you could give TED talks sharing your vast experience and giving valuable advice. Others are taking their first steps on the race. But you know who really wins? Those, who can’t help searching and digging. These people are open to new ideas, searching for how to make their businesses run better. They analyze the market, their workflows. They assess where they can improve - and they act.