There have been heaps of discussions and articles on application development, and the process seems to be pretty straightforward. Once you define the goals and business needs, programmers can code, testers can test, and you’re ready to go. Sadly, it isn’t always rainbows and roses – the road to software development is often paved with many bumps and turns, as reality bears witness to. In our last Solwit Level UP meeting (recording is below), we covered these thoroughly.
Whether you are planning to build custom software, a web or mobile application, or you’ve been through the process and want to learn how to do it better the next time around, you’ve come to the right place.
By watching the recording, you will know the answers to the questions answered by Piotr Miętkiewicz, IT Business Analyst at Solwit:
Above all – how to avoid double costs and enhance application development efficiency – what to look out for so that minor changes do not turn into a complete rewrite of the application from scratch.
Solwit Level Up is a series of events aimed at IT leaders who are seeking ways to scale their companies utilizing modern technologies. In this round, we will focus on software development issues and recurrent mistakes during the process.
Michał Mroczkiewicz – Tech Solutions Advisor with over a decade of experience in modern business development, focused on innovation – AI/ML implementations, Cloud Development – striving to break away from outdated thinking. As an avid artificial intelligence enthusiast, he is passionate about bridging customers’ business needs with technology. He enjoys reading books, spending time with his family, and playing with his children when he’s not working.
Piotr Miętkiewicz – Business analyst with extensive experience. His goal is to create high-quality software, which can only be achieved by combining effective communication and excellent teamwork throughout the project. In his free time, he explores the world with his wife, daughter, and son and enjoys climbing to the peaks of the Crown of the Polish Mountains or relaxing in idyllic European spots.