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  1. GDPR can be summed up in this one sentence – ask permission, respect the privacy of your users, value and protect their data. This article https://steelkiwi.com/blog/how-to-create-gdpr-compliant-software/ tries to explain to you what you need to do in order to make sure that your product/service is GDPR compliant, and gives you some tips& tricks that you can use
  2. try not to do it
  3. If you like to write and you write interesting- than try. But if you want to start your own blog just to make money or someone tell you that it's easy- don't believe. It is a very hard work and you will write tons of articles before you can monetize your blog. Do you have experience?
  4. I 'd prefer a company. More Guarantees 1. You need a proper Job Description 2. Interviewing the candidates - When structuring your interview, spend time figuring out which questions you want to ask. Good programmers love to learn and need to be using great tools, so it’s critical that you make it clear that your workplace will provide this. 3. Project Assignment or Skill Test: After the initial interview, be sure to assign relevant test projects to your candidates. You need to understand their communication skills, and whether they can back up their claims of expertise, and this is not something you’ll be able to do without a test project. Check whether the developers know the best practices, guidelines and whether they make any attempt to go through the best available code to improve their code. Test your applicants. And I can recommend you to take a look at this article https://steelkiwi.com/blog/how-to-find-and-hire-a-python-django-development-company/ Hope it will help =)
  5. Now I am working with Ukrainian company. They are developing an app for my business. I don't have a big experience in software development and I’m not a tech person at all but I'm satisfied with their work. Don’t be afraid to try something new) Btw, you can read this article probably it can help you.
  6. So, which one of the pricing models is right for your business? It depends on several factors, and the size of a software project is surely not one of them. You may address a Drupal development services company to build a business website (which, logically, should be a Fixed Price contract) and end up making a hundred change requests related to UI/UX design. There are seemingly complex projects which involve IoT technologies or integrations with new or close source APIs; yet, a customer a has tech background and a SRS up his sleeve, so going FP still makes sense. Don’t jump to conclusions; address a reliable vendor and take the time to analyze project requirements instead! Also, take a look at this article https://steelkiwi.com/blog/comparing-3-popular-pricing-models-fixed-price-time-materials-and-milestone/
  7. Well, its great you have an idea and you want to develop an app for it. You have to go on a search for various app development companies and you need to check their website.From the company website you can gather a lot of information you can even check on what technologies they work on and what benefits you will be getting by working with that company. If you are really looking for development company than read this article https://steelkiwi.com/blog/tips-how-employ-best-team-developers-your-project/. Hope it will help you
  8. Yep, and even now I am working with Ukrainian company. They are developing an app for my business. They have a big experience in native app development and can provide a big variety of design options. I am satisfied with their work. Don't be afraid to try something new) Btw, here is an article you should take a look at https://steelkiwi.com/blog/how-to-start-working-with-software-developers-from-ukraine/
  9. How much did you share with him? Because I believe if executed well it could indeed be a profitable business. But it usually ISN'T and thus it not entice sellers and buyers to get together. However, if you are able to offer benefits to BOTH sellers AND buyers yet make a profit from such then that's a step already taken cared of. Other things you have to worry about are hosting, development and so on. If you still want to create an online marketplace business - you can take a look at this article https://steelkiwi.com/blog/online-marketplace-businesses-key-benefits-to-starting-one/ . It can help you a bit.
  10. I am going to start working with a remote software development team. And to tell the truth I am a bit nervous. (about my money, my project, timeline)What are the best practices do you know or what advice can you give?
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