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Thursday 10 November 2016

Four Lines You Don’t Want To Hear From Your Developer

Four Lines You Don’t Want To Hear From Your Developer

When choosing a developer, you don’t want to take a trial-and-error approach and risk being delivered sub-standard work more than once before you learn how to find one you can count on to do the work right.

Fortunately, if you know what to listen for up front, you can avoid repeated disappointments. It isn’t as hard as you think.

1 Working with a development team should not send chills down your spine.

 Pay attention to what the development team is saying, and you’ll generally get some clear signals if the work being done is not, or will not be, up to your expectations.

 In this article, we’re going to present you with four lines that you never want to hear from a developer. We’ll also introduce you to a team of developers who care, and meet deadlines, and how they will treat you and your project.
Refer By:- http://www.graphicsfuel.com/2016/11/four-lines-dont-want-hear-developer/


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