The Role of AI in the Future of eCommerce

Written by Ditmar Haist

Whether you’re interested in expanding the online presence of your brick and mortar business, or optimizing your digital store, there have never been more exciting times to discuss eCommerce, traditional retail and the technologies that will affect both. Today we will focus on AI (specifically on machine learning) and how the stores of the very near future will require you and your team to...

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Agile: Proximity, Progress, and Hidden Costs

Written by Rangle.io

Our recent whitepaper “Advanced Agile: Five Ways to Accelerate Delivery, Improve Flexibility, and Reduce Waste” summarized five of the key insights Rangle has acquired doing agile software development projects for a diverse group of clients. In this article, we take a look at when testing ought to happen, which parts of it are actually worth doing, and how to tell. In our experience, it is...

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The Past, Present and Future of the QA

Written by Jacqueline Lo

As we’ve discussed in previous articles, the role of the QA has transformed over the years. Affected by a shift towards Continuous Delivery, technological advances (such as A.I. and machine learning) and changing expectations from clients and their own teams alike, the role of QAs of today isn’t what it used to be a few years ago. Naturally, the skills that will...

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Agile: First Contact with a New Client

Written by Rangle.io

Our recent whitepaper “Advanced Agile: Five Ways to Accelerate Delivery, Improve Flexibility, and Reduce Waste” summarizes five of the key insights Rangle has acquired doing Agile software development projects for a diverse group of clients. In this article, we would like to talk about another: how to handle first contact with a new client, and in particular, what needs to happen at the start of...

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Where to Begin in Agile: Learning Before Doing

Written by Rangle.io

Our recent whitepaper “Advanced Agile: Five Ways to Accelerate Delivery, Improve Flexibility, and Reduce Waste” summarizes five tactics Rangle recommends for any company considering implementing Agile practices. This post explores something that we believe has to happen before that can even start: learning. We use that term rather than "training" because what matters isn't what's put in front of people, but what sticks. The first...

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