The modern world allows the level of flexibility we have never experienced before. We can now work for a company on a full-time basis without having to go to the office. Some companies completely eliminate brick-and-mortar offices and become open to hiring remote employees from all over the world.
When it comes to tech professions, good software engineers are extremely hard to find. The lack of IT talent has become a #1 issue throughout the world, hindering the adoption of many progressive technologies and resulting in skyrocketing salaries, comparable to the contracts of professional athletes.
Having talked to our in-house and remote developers, we’ve put together our own list of Top 8 quality and useful resources for software programmers and IT specialists
If you allocate too many QA resources for your software project, you'll have to pay a huge bill at the end of each month and there's no guarantee you'll ever be able to justify this spending by gaining appropriate ROI for your testing efforts. On the other hand, if you fail to put a sufficient number of resources to test your digital product, you’ll be at risk of facing overheads as a result of later bug-fixing. So you need to find a golden middle and make sure you hire enough people not to inflate the budget and eliminate future overheads.
Let’s take a look at top 3 challenges facing companies seeking to jump fast on the ML technology bandwagon and derive substantial business value from it, and let me show you on real-life examples how ML outsourcing can be a good way to overcome all 3 challenges.
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