Modern Requirements Blog
Although the majority of news related to application development continues to be reserved for the delivery of the software to end-users, business leaders cannot forget the early stages of the lifecycle when establishing a management strategy.
Microsoft's Visual Studio is becoming a more important component of its general success in the market, especially as companies become far more vested in the creation and optimization of IT working environments.
Microsoft continues to expand upon its existing agile Web development solutions, namely Visual Studio, to ensure that project managers and stakeholders using the tools enjoy a more integrated and efficient experience when going through their responsibilities.
There is no doubt that DevOps has become a more intrinsic and critical aspect of corporate operational management in the past several years.
Application developers, project managers and stakeholders have a wide variety of responsibilities in the modern business, while their actions are becoming more intrinsically linked to overall operational performance.
Although application development is still a relatively new trend in the private and public sectors, business leaders are rapidly beginning to realize the importance of teamwork and collaboration among various stakeholders involved in the projects.
The application development arena has been in a perpetual state of flux for several years amid diversified demand, higher volumes and more collaborative project management.
Application lifecycle management and development have become intrinsically linked to corporate performance and success in the past few years, especially as major trends such as mobility and big data become more ubiquitous.
The application development process has become a bit quicker in the past few years, driven by demands for the fastest speed-to-market possible for software deployments in the digitally driven, rapid-moving business landscape of the modern era.
Application lifecycle management certainly begins in the development stages, but those involved in these projects will need to ensure they are following best practices that will tie in to later utilization of the software.