How to Work Effectively on Your Mobile App? Communication & Process

As we follow the precepts of Agile Software Development, the client’s satisfaction is the highest priority for us (right after quality). This approach also allows us to be more flexible and much more effective than the waterfall development model.

Using Agile, we are open to changing requirements, no matter how advanced the development process. Since we work in short time intervals, or Sprints, we provide our clients with first results much faster. This iterative approach allows for and encourages adjusting project course on the go, so we don’t have to spend time creating hefty, 500-page-long specifications, but if we had to, all the required info would be clear and up to date.

Scrum at Macoscope

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How to Work Effectively on Your Mobile App with a Remote Team?


With headquarters in Warsaw and an office in New York, our reach is truly global.

In the previous installment of this series that I wrote back in February, I shared the details on the inner workings of our team. This time around, I would like to focus on one additional and very important aspect of our daily efforts: remote work.

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How to Work Effectively on Your Mobile App? Part 1: The Team

At Macoscope, we consider working in close-knit teams to be one of our core values. It means that not only do we act like a team when working internally, but the precept also applies to our relationships with clients. We act as a team, regardless of whether you are a co-worker sitting in the same office, or a paying client we have never met in person. Moreover, it means that we don’t work separately from each other: when hiring Macoscope, you won’t be paying for a single developer, you will be getting a dedicated team, with the combined skillset and extensive know-how of its members, accrued over years of experience. When necessary, the team working on your project will be able to use the knowledge and expertise of other Macoscope team members.

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