I'm planning to work/start on a few personal projects that could end up as my daily job. It made me think, which way should I start? Just prototype—write just working basic code that could cost me ...
I have notes about various methods of prototyping, and I found several definitions on the Internet, but I would like to confirm what I learned. I understand that throwaway prototyping is developed ...
I work for a large company, which dictates the use of agile processes. For example, for our projects, we use cloud-based services that are specifically targeted at managing agile development. The ...
I love prototyping as a fast effective way to put a UI in front of a user. Many times though, management get their beaks in the way, and the prototype is dragged kicking and screaming into main ...
I'm currently toying with the idea of embarking on a project that far exceeds my current programming ability in a language I have very little real world experience in (C). Would it be valuable to ...
I am a front-end developer. For many experiements I do I need to have a server that talks JSON with my client side app. Normally that server is a simple server that response to my POSTs and GETs. For ...
Recently I wrote an small prototype that uses some relatively new technology. Now I wanted to verify if this prototype is usefull and could be used in real world example. But now I have a problem, how ...