The Syncroness Community Outreach Committee encourages employees to give back to the community. We volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, Food Bank of the Rockies, Bonfils Blood Drives, National MS Society, Hope House, Boy Scouts of America, Boulder Community Hospital, George Karl Foundation, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and Children’s Hospital Colorado.
You have an exciting idea for a new product that you’re pretty sure the market is screaming out for. You’ve got the capital to bring at least a minimum viable version of that product to the market, so that you can test the waters and raise additional capital. Now you just need some engineers to convert that product from an idea into a reality. Should you build your own team of engineers? Or does it make more sense to engage with a product development company like Syncroness?
To me, Agile most importantly means continuous delivery. When working on a product (software or otherwise) we want to deliver the product in increments, each with more features than the last. We don’t wait for the project to be “done” to deliver…
Agile methods are hugely successful for building software and are being used to develop hardware. But what happens when you need to move beyond 3D printing and Arduino? How do you make smart choices for the future while maintaining your agility?