Seamless Transition: How to Successfully Migrate from SVN to Git
Exploring the SVN to Git migration process for one of the most significant projects at SoftEdge: DMI Tax. This article delves into the deep insights shared by Maxi and Toto, the leaders in charge of the migration.
Confronting the Fraud: How to Cope with Impostor Syndrome
Have you ever achieved something great but felt like it was due to a lucky break? Do you constantly worry that someone will discover you are not as capable as they believed? Or were you ever afraid that you won’t be able to successfully execute a task you were assigned? I know I have...
Outsourcing or Staff Augmentation? Discover the Smartest Solution for Your Software Needs
In today’s digital age, software challenges affect businesses of all types and sizes. Whether your company is tech-related or not, heavy workloads, tight deadlines, and a shortage of expertise are common problems across several industries.
On-site, fully remote or hybrid?
When I started at SoftEdge, the company had already embraced the flexible-hybrid work model, and I found it was a perfect fit for me. A short time later, I learned how the company had transitioned from the pandemic model of fully-remote work to the flexible-hybrid model when the lockdown was over. The answer was simple, but it involved a concept I highly appreciate: employee experience.
Never give up! We are closing the tech gender gap
Statistics can be disheartening. At the pace we are moving, predictions show that it would take about 132 years to close the gender gap in the global workforce. In tech, the numbers are even less promising. According to recent studies, only 26.7% of computer and information science workers in the U.S. are female, compared to 46.6% of the national female workforce.
What is an MVP? (And why you should definitely have one)
If you often talk with people working in the tech industry, then you have probably heard them use the term “MVP”. However, unless they’re really into sports, they probably don’t mean to use it to describe their most valuable player. That said, what they are actually referring to might indeed be as big of a game changer as Michael Jordan or LeBron James once were for their respective teams.