It’s no secret that success evades most startups. In fact, a staggering 90% of startups fail, a figure that hangs ominously over the head of most founders as they try to rally their business to grow.
But this high failure rate is more than a scary statistic; it could actually hold the clue to success. Because when you know why other startups tend to fail, you can plot your own path in the opposite direction – and it turns out, the stats show that many of the reasons new businesses fail can be traced back to problems with their technical team.
Learn a bit about how we landed the #1 mobile app developer in Egypt slot from Clutch reviews and what it means for the future of software.
When it comes to software development, collaboration is key. This doesn’t mean each person doing their part, then handing it off to the next. Rather, it’s a cross-disciplinary team, all building an application together, testing and modifying it every step of the way. This is what Agile is all about.
Firebase is Google’s all-in-one platform for app development, a useful tool in our day-to-day projects. Because it has so many facets and features, there are several approaches to structuring Firebase code. In an effort to find the most efficient, functional method, we tried several, each with its own unique pros and cons.