Software implementations for health care facilities can take anywhere from several months to several years. This type of job will typically consist of a dedicated team to work together, utilizing inside and outside resources. Many healthcare facilities may also utilize the expertise and skills of a healthcare software consultant complete their team.
If you need to work with a healthcare software consultant how will you know who is the right one? Here are some key pieces of information that may be used to help you find the right consultant for your next project. Continue reading Healthcare Software Consulting Advice: How Can You Find The Right Consultant For The Job?
When it comes to challenging projects such as software development, most companies get torn apart on the most appropriate administrative technique to use. Agile methods of software development have proved very useful in modern technological advancements and management. Nevertheless, some companies are still embracing traditional methods. For this reason, it is important to have a review of a “less modern technique” that some companies still use in software development. Continue reading A Glance at Modern Software Project Management Techniques
Estimating the duration and cost of a software project is one of the hardest things in the world. No matter what project managers do, the estimates almost all have one thing in common: They’re too low. Everything takes longer than you think. Even if the initial estimate is accurate, the requirements will change by the time the project is over, and they’ll always add to the time.
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Code grows over time, as developers add features, take care of special cases, and fix bugs. Functions that started out simple can grow to outrageous size. The bigger and clumsier they get, the harder they are to maintain. It’s necessary to take the time occasionally to make changes and keep the code manageable.
It may be tempting to do a full rewrite, but that’s a large amount of work. All that code is there for a reason, and it mostly works, doesn’t it? A more sensible approach is to rearrange the code so that it comes in more manageable pieces, has less redundancy, and is easier to understand. We call this refactoring. Continue reading Refactoring is Worth the Time