Good code is an essential art form.
Where most see software code as endless strings of mysterious symbols and letters, we see beauty and potential. We can provide development experts and all the other essential roles that make the process work. And did somebody mention Agile?
Agile Product Development
Agile Product Owners or Directors collaborate with prospective users and clients to understand and anticipate their needs, translating them into product requirements. They are responsible for defining the vision for the team’s product, creating and managing the product roadmap, developing user stories, and overseeing, monitoring, and evaluating all stages of product progress.
Agile Scrum Management
An Agile Scrum Master facilitates Agile/Scrum team practice. Responsibilities typically include leading team stand-ups and ceremonies, ensuring adherence to Scrum methodology, and managing communication between Product, PMO, and Dev teams.
AI Code Whispering
An AI Code Whisperer, a Promp Engineer, is skilled at writing detailed prompts for artificial intelligence apps to generate draft code methods. Equally important is the Whisperer’s ability to review, evaluate, and iterate to achieve valid results.
An Application Developer provides software development services and expertise for the target platform(s). This typically includes coding, unit testing, and delivering original application software. The role requires clear, consistent communication with peers, management, and technical support colleagues as needed.
The Full-Stack Developer is competent with front-end (presentation layer), back-end databases, and server technology. They can design, develop, and maintain code for all aspects of the application.
Quality Assurance Testing
A QA (Quality Assurance) Tester is a professional who uses their analytical and coding skills to locate, troubleshoot, and repair issues that lead to code flaws and application bugs. They use a combination of application-testing frameworks, user reports, and customized testing procedures to locate these problems and rectify them before the product is launched. Additionally, they prepare hotfixes should software bugs slip through in the initial launch or subsequent updates.