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Get To Know Inloox: Martin - Software Engineer and Employee from “Day One”


For me, InLoox means continuous development and challenge. Software development has definitely become much more professional. Pierre: Software Developer at InLoox. Ortwin: Software Developer at InLoox. Konrad: Software Engineer at InLoox. Andreas: Software Engineer at InLoox.

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Kanban History: Origin & Expansion Across Industries

Kanban history has informed everything from manufacturing to software development. For those unsure what kanban is, we’ll first explain the kanban system and then go into kanban history from its development to its uses in manufacturing, project management and software development.


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Software Development Life Cycle and Project Management

PM Basics

Software Development Life Cycle is on every job description for a Project Manager. Everyone wants you to know how to develop software applications. When I googled “software development life cycle definition” I found different variants. Phases in Software Development. Concept Development.

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Doing the Right Thing Right - Validation and Verification

In the world of software engineering, two terms that often cause some confusion are verification and validation. While they may sound similar, they serve distinct purposes in the development of software products. Think of verification as the technical quality check phase in software development.

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Basis of Estimating Software Development

Herding Cats

The estimating of software development is both straightforward and complex. Here are some resources that will provide guidance to produce credible software development estimates, in both traditional and agile domains. Software Sizing and Estimating: Mk II FPA , Charles Symons, John Wiley & Sons, 1991.

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Agile vs Waterfall: What’s the Difference?

Commonly used in engineering and software development, it’s a more structured approach because progress falls in one direction, like a waterfall, from ideation to launch. Design : There are two parts to this phase, including logical design and physical design, all resulting in the software or product architecture.

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People Drive Solutions, Tools Just Pave the Way!

The essence of DevOps lies in its conceptual foundation, born out of software engineering. It's about understanding the impact of accelerated processes on our engineering systems and the way we design and approach our products. DevOps is not about the tools we use; it's about the ideas behind them.