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A col­lec­tion of learn­ings, tips and cus­tomer sto­ries

WorkingMouse’s Vision and Mission for 2021-22

Here at WorkingMouse, we’ve been plan­ning in fi­nan­cial years for 3 years. So, con­sider this our round-up and re­lease of our strat­egy for the 21/22 fi­nan­cial year!

Who is Responsible for Technical Documentation During Development

It is ex­ceed­ingly im­por­tant to doc­u­ment soft­ware de­vel­op­ment. But who is re­spon­si­ble for the doc­u­men­ta­tion? Depending on who you ask, the an­swer will dif­fer. It’s im­por­tant to iden­tify the dif­fer­ent types of doc­u­men­ta­tion that form part of a soft­ware pro­ject — the code­base and the sup­port­ing doc­u­men­ta­tion.

Why Software Systems Become Legacy

If you have spent any time in the soft­ware in­dus­try, you would have heard of the term ‘legacy sys­tem’. All soft­ware sys­tems be­come legacy sys­tems at some point. In this ar­ti­cle, we will dis­cuss why this hap­pens but first, we need to de­fine what ex­actly a legacy sys­tem is.

Tax Incentives Available for Software Development

Building soft­ware is an in­vest­ment. The R&D tax in­cen­tive and as­set de­pre­ci­a­tion are gov­ern­ment ini­tia­tives that help busi­nesses jus­tify that in­vest­ment. This ar­ti­cle dives deeper into who is el­i­gi­ble for each tax in­cen­tive.

Top 11 Software Development Misconceptions

You’re here be­cause you’ve heard so many dif­fer­ent things about soft­ware de­vel­op­ment, and you can’t seem to find a straight an­swer. Lucky for you, we’ve writ­ten this ar­ti­cle to set the record straight. We’re go­ing to bust right open the top 11 mis­con­cep­tions of soft­ware de­vel­op­ment.

Top 12 Software Development Definitions Explained

Throughout this ar­ti­cle, we’re go­ing to de­fine and ex­plore the twelve most com­mon terms that you need to un­der­stand be­fore you jump into your next soft­ware pro­ject so that you can be as pre­pared as pos­si­ble.

Mobile App Vs. Web App: What You Need to Know

As a busi­ness owner, pro­ject man­ager or stake­holder, one of the crit­i­cal de­ci­sions you will make in your quest for cus­tom soft­ware will be whether to de­velop a mo­bile ap­pli­ca­tion or a web ap­pli­ca­tion. In this ar­ti­cle, we ex­plore the dif­fer­ences be­tween web apps and mo­bile apps and how to de­cide which of them is suit­able for your busi­ness.

10 Steps to Creating Software With a Budget

It’s the ques­tion every­one needs to ask, whether they want to or not; how much is this go­ing to cost me? Quality, fu­ture-proofed and tar­geted soft­ware is an in­vest­ment, but it’s how we can guar­an­tee there will be a re­turn on in­vest­ment that makes it truly valu­able. We have out­lined out a plan in this blog that should get you started.

What is the Process of Building a Mobile App?

With mo­bile ap­p’s be­com­ing the stan­dard for com­pa­nies en­gag­ing their users, there is a huge op­por­tu­nity to be­come an in­dus­try leader if you can de­velop a bet­ter ex­pe­ri­ence. In or­der to gain all the ben­e­fits that come with a cut­ting-edge mo­bile app, you’ll first need to know the process of build­ing an app.

Off the Shelf vs Custom Software

If you have a newly es­tab­lished busi­ness, no doubt you have come across the idea of solv­ing prob­lems with soft­ware. The ques­tion is, do you buy a li­cense for an al­ready de­vel­oped off-the-shelf (OTS) so­lu­tion, or do you build the so­lu­tion cus­tom to suit your needs?

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