Evolving technologies impact the way that we build software applications. Tech giants like Netflix, Google and Amazon have all made the switch successfully from a monolithic architecture to Microservices – but is this the best way for you to develop and deploy your next project? See more in this infographic.
With the rise in the uptake of Agile methodologies in software development, many see the traditional role of a Project manager slipping in favour of the Scrum Master, or the person running the Agile Software Development Team. But what are truly the key differences between the two roles? See more in this infographic.
The bridge material rehandling matters in building a scheduling model. A good setup of bridge rehandling will be beneficial to achieve the production target in each scheduling model period.
With the current global situation, we are forced into remote working in lots of instances – so now is the time to focus on getting it right, and seeing the value that it can add to your team.
Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland developed the first Scrum Guide in 2010 to help people worldwide understand Scrum, and have evolved the Guide since then through small, functional updates. This infographic portrays Scrum Guide 2020 that consists of Scrum's roles, events, artifacts, and the rules that bind them together.
With more than 10 years’ experience in Agile, Mitrais goes all-in to equip our team with all of the SCRUM-specific skills necessary to help our clients’ transition to or continue with their Agile development projects. See more in this infographic.
There are 3 main options for a company requiring a software development team. Each option has its own pros and cons that are very likely a reflection of the nature of the project. This infographic highlights some of the things you might consider when choosing the right team for your software project.
Information Security is a key requirement, necessary to protect confidential information of an organisation and its clients. At Mitrais, we ensure that all of our developers follow Secure Software Development processes, and they are part of our security standard. Here are some of the GitHub security best practices that we follow.