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Overcome the Challenges of Remote Teams with Agile Learning

Agile learning is based on the Scrum project management methodology and essentially provides an iterative process for managing learning and professional development. It allows for more structure in defining performance metrics and employee involvement while offering the required flexibility to prioritize learning based on employee needs and company requirements.

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EHR Software: Essential Features for 2017

We marvel at the amazing advances in medicine—all the results of great technological breakthroughs. One disruption that is claiming far less press is the continued march of EHR (Electronic Health Records) development. While this has been a bit slow in evolving, health IT trends in 2017 promise to bring some major movement along with some accompanying

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Empowering Developers: The Software Estimation Hotseat

Software estimation is notoriously difficult. Developers loathe estimating because it puts them in a losing situation. If they underestimate a project, they risk an unhappy client or loss of profit. However, if they overestimate a project or add a bunch of ‘safety padding’ to the schedule, they run the risk of scaring off the client

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Impressions from Lviv IT Arena 2016

Overall L’Viv IT Arena 2016 conference was informative and interesting, though I had mixed feelings about the venue. The city of L’Viv, on the other hand, is wonderful and fits perfectly into SourceSeek’s formula for a great IT location.

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Contracts with Russian Teams: Interview with Gene Taschkinov

Dave sat down with Gene Tashkinov (Silicon Gene) in Moscow recently for some perspective on how Russian software teams often interpret contracts differently than their US clients. When your Russian software team considers your agreement to be more of a guide than a formal contract, it can easily affect your project and your ongoing relationship with them.

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