Open Source software is ubiquitous today as a popular way to distribute software freely within the community. However, software licensing that is built on top of intellectual property laws is easy to overlook. Github shows that the percentage of their licensed public repositories has never passed 25% since 2009. Understanding these licenses and making the […]
A common way to describe requirements on Agile projects is through the use of user story mapping, and, as a result, user stories. This post will not cover this process, but rather the process of taking an existing set of user stories and leveraging them within our development workflow to ensure that an application is […]
Here at Grio we strive to constantly improve the quality of our software. But what exactly does that mean? Is there a way to measure software quality? What are the metrics? What are the tools needed for this endeavor?
Is Software a Science or an Art? Let’s hear your opinion.