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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 days ago

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  • Why Owning Your Code is Important When Outsourcing Development

    When you commission an artist to create a painting or sculpture, typically you own the end product when it’s finished, to do with as you like. The artist can’t come back a year later and take it back. If you have a custom-designed house built for you, it’s the same thing: You—not the builder—own the house.

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 days ago

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  • Implementing Google Photos Cloud Vision API

    Even before there was such a thing as a digital computer, science fiction authors and other dreamers imagined sentient machines that could see and understand what they saw. Just the “seeing” part—identifying objects in an image—has proven to be one of the thorniest problems in computing. However, with recent advances in machine learning, we are now a step closer to realizing that goal:...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • How the AngularJS Framework Helps Build Web Applications

    From an application-development standpoint, one of the shortcomings of HTML is the fact that it is, first and foremost, a markup language, not a programming language. Although HTML5, the latest version, lends itself more to interactivity than previous versions, it is still mostly about presentation and not so much about applications.

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Hidden Complexities in Getting an Accurate Quote

    Perhaps you’ve decided your company needs a flashy mobile app or a slick web application. Or maybe you need something more mundane, such as a hardware driver for a device prototype. Whatever the case, you have contacted several contract developers and received software development quotes that vary widely in both price and detail.

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • The Power of Rapid Prototyping, Iterating and Improving

    At AndPlus, we are firm believers in building a minimum viable product (MVP). One of the best ways to make sure your contract software developer is going in the right direction with your project is to see an early prototype—the earlier the better. A thoroughly documented requirements specification is important in end-to-end development, but it’s all rather abstract and conceptual until...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Developing Software in the ‘Quant’ Age

    The term quant means a few different things; short for “self-quantifier,” or Quantitative, More commonly the latter. It is a relatively new buzzword that you will be hearing a lot of soon, if you haven’t already. Quants are people who measure all kinds of metrics about their given industry, from health to business trends. The quant movement has gained momentum recently, enabled by tech...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • A Geek’s Guide to Choosing a Software Shop

    Your business is different. Even though you have competitors in the same industry, the way you do things makes you unique, and using off-the-shelf software simply isn’t the right option for everyone. When you’re facing the build-vs-buy decision, challenging questions arise that can often be answered only by fully exploring your options. If you decide custom software offers you the most...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • How Software Uses Machine Learning & Vision to Solve Problems

    The debate rages on, in the technical press, mass media, social media, and philosophical circles, as to whether computers will ever be considered “intelligent,” and whether it would be a good thing if they were. Much of the debate hinges on definitions of what it means to be intelligent and how human-like a machine would have to be before it was considered intelligent. Arguments aside,...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • End-To-End Development: Visualizing Your Product Journey

    Modern product development in general, and software product development in particular, have adopted end-to-end development principles, in which the conceptualization, market analysis, requirements specification, design, building, testing, release, and post-release support and maintenance are managed as a single, well-documented, cross-functional project.   The first two stages—concep...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Big Data, Small Data and Securing Your Infrastructure

    “Big data” has generated quite a bit of excitement recently, largely because of its promised ability to solve large business and scientific problems. Organizations large and small are eager to use smart, analytical algorithms to make sense of their large data and obtain useful information about their customers, their competitors, climate change, financial markets, and a host of other t...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Prototyping a User Journey: Simple Interfaces for Complex Tasks

    One of the key principles of end-to-end software development is the concept of the user journey. A user journey is a description of how a specific type of user (known as a persona) interacts with a proposed software solution to perform a specific task. (If you’re more old school, you might refer to this approach as a “user story” or “use case.”)

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • 5 Steps to Starting a Xamarin Project

    Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is a good, cross-platform mobile application. It can be built in a few weeks, however, if you have the right tools and experience. When you need a quality, high performance app that works seamlessly on Android, Windows and iOS, Xamarin is a good option to start with. As a fairly young tool, Xamarin uses .NET/C#, native libraries and is based on ...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 months ago

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  • Why Your Electronic Health Record Software Is Failing

    With several years to adjust to using electronic health record software, any lingering problems your hospital is having are likely here to stay. Instead of forcing hospital staff to continue using electronic health records that don’t work well, it’s time to reevaluate your systems and see if developing new solutions for your electronic health records are right for you.

  • 5 Ways Video Conferencing In Hospitals Is Saving Lives

    For patients in remote or rural areas, a stroke can easily cause permanent damage because treatment is too far away or their local hospital doesn’t the equipment or expertise to treat them. But new video conferencing apps for hospitals are dramatically improving the odds of a successful recovery for patients. With the help of a video conferencing app, specialists are able to treat p...

  • 6 Benefits Of Agile Medical Software Development

    There’s nothing more damaging to a medical company than to spend months developing new features only to have them become obsolete by the time they’re delivered. Medical companies that use traditional waterfall development processes often see their projects go months over their deadlines, with budgets doubling or even tripling. Often when projects are finally delivered, their intende...

  • 5 Ways To Use Custom Software To Improve Electronic Health Record Processes

    Electronic health records are a required part of U.S. healthcare, but this doesn’t mean they have to stand in the way of quality patient care. With the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act making EHRs a requirement, many healthcare practitioners have spent years learning how to use EHRs. While they’re becoming a familiar part of the healthcare system, t...

  • Has Government Pressure To Transition Your Hospital To EHRs Caused A Huge Mess?

    The move to EHRs was designed to improve the safety, quality and efficiency of patient care. While some hospitals and physicians’ offices have successfully implemented hospital information system software, many more are struggling. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act), created in 2009, created a mandate that hospitals and doctors’ offices...

  • How Effective Is Your EHR System?

    Mention the EHR adoption process to a physician and you’re likely to hear a groan. After spending much of the past five years implementing the electronic medical health records software, many will say it’s still not living up to its goals. The push to adopt EHRs is being driven by the U.S. government in an effort to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of patient care. By implem...

  • 5 Challenges Physicians Face With Improving Quality Care

    Faced with a barrage of regulations, a growing case load and a lack of effective technology, even the most dedicated physician can feel like they’re not able to deliver the quality of patient care they’d like. Medicare’s readmission penalties are hitting a new high over the next year, according to an article on Kaiser Health News. More than half of the hospitals in the U.S. are facing...

  • 6 Reasons Healthcare Professionals Should Improve Their Communication

    One of the most important tools for any healthcare provider isn’t his or her knowledge of the latest medical breakthrough - it’s their ability to listen and communicate effectively with their patients. While it seems like a simple skill, communication (and the lack thereof) is at the core of many serious patient care issues. Poor doctor-patient communication has been linked to increa...

  • Is Your Medical Device Software Design FDA Compliant? It Better Be!

    The global medical device market is booming, with sales reaching $381 billion in 2015, according to Kalorama Information.   Many companies are jumping into the market, creating software and mobile apps for use with the wide variety of devices on the market. Mobile apps and software are changing the face of healthcare, putting more information and control into the hands of users.   ...

  • Is Your Hospital Information System Failing Your Patients?

    There’s a growing divide between technology that enables healthcare providers to do their jobs better and technology that creates an obstacle between a physician and great patient care.   Healthcare technology has gotten a lot of attention in recent years with the mandated use of electronic medical records. Add this to the growing app culture and you can see how important it is to in...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 8 months ago

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  • So Close and Yet So Far. Does Software Developer Location Matter?

    If commercial flight put everyone on Earth within reach, technology has set each of us on one another's doorsteps. It's now possible to collaborate with others across the country or around the world as effectively as you can with the people in the next office. What that means for businesses is that they are no longer held hostage to the service providers in their city. Using technology...

AndPlus LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 8 months ago

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  • Custom Software Development Link Roundup

    Welcome back to our link round-up series! We're gathering some of the best posts in mobile applications, web applications, business mobility, and custom software.

  • 5 Essentials for a Minimum Viable Product

    If you think an MVP is the most valuable player in the Super Bowl, you haven't been introduced to the Minimum Viable Product in relation to a software system. Minimum Viable Product, or MVP, is the most basic version of a product that has only enough of the essential features to be marketed. Through this early marketing, the company can glean valuable insight from early adopters, which...

  • Healthcare Software Development: What Can Be Done Better?

    When it comes to adopting medical technologies, healthcare has acted swiftly and decisively. But when it comes to adopting technologies to improve their own business operations, hospitals and other medical organizations have been rather slow. This is understandable in an environment where money is tight and patient care is critical, but it's also slowed down the advancement of medical ...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 8 months ago

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 8 months ago

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Category: Conversion
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