Let’s say you have a working product, a growing number of customers, and a lot of ideas for new features.
Great! Now what?
It’s one thing to hit the ground running, and something else entirely to keep going. You need a plan for the future and you need it fast, otherwise your lucky streak will end before long.
So where do you start? What do you do first?
Two words: product analytics. Use product analytics tools to develop your software product the right way.
At some point in the creation of your fintech start-up you will have to make decisions that are very hard to un-make. One such decision is your choice of tech stack. If you go wrong here, your costs may skyrocket down the line, putting you in the red despite best intentions.
Your fintech needs a programming language that is easy to handle, scalable, mature, high-performance and coupled with ready-made libraries and components.
Luckily, Python is there to deliver it all. Read on and you’ll find that it’s quite easy to make a case for Python in this industry.
Poznań, Poland—STX Next is pleased to announce that their CEO, Maciej Dziergwa, will be speaking at a Bloomberg Live event in London called Charting Poland’s Future: Spotlight on Growth & Innovation.
Let’s be honest, when was the last time you were excited to purchase insurance? Or the last time you discussed openly with friends about your most recent coverage?
If you’re drawing a blank, I’m not surprised. Most people hate the idea of shopping for insurance. But this state of affairs may change very soon.
Data analytics, AI and machine learning are driving the emergence of insurtech.
And insurance being an antiquated industry is precisely why insurtech companies are worth your attention. The top players in the field are spurring big changes in an industry ripe for innovation.
In fintech, you can’t afford to fly blind.
This is especially true for your choice of tech stack. You don’t want to fall behind the competition due to lack of proper research.
Or maybe you’re just plain curious about the top solutions for fintech companies. Python is a great choice in this industry - but which companies use it, specifically?
We’ve got you covered with our list of top 17 fintechs that use Python in their tech stack.
At STX Next, we provide software development outsourcing services to clients from all over the world.
The majority of them are not based in Poland and raise questions about using Polish law in their contracts with STX Next. They mostly take issue with Polish copyrights and operating within Polish jurisdiction.
Read on to learn why signing a contract under Polish law is a good choice for your software development project.
The position of a CTO comes with a number of expectations and responsibilities. There are many goals to accomplish, and one great way to do that is to attend technology conferences focused on your tech stack of choice.
The foundation of tech stack at the center of this article is Python, and here is a list of 8 must-attend Python conferences in 2018 to help you become a better CTO.
As a CTO, you need to stay up to date on the latest and greatest in the tech world. Following new trends and developments is a must if you don’t want to fall behind the competition.
But how do you sift through the noise? How do you choose your sources of information? After all, you can’t follow every valuable resource out there.
To help you out, we’ve compiled a short and sweet list of the best tech blogs to follow as a CTO to make sure nothing relevant escapes your notice.
It’s okay to be a little nervous when you first start working with an outsourced development team.
After all, ordering a remote team to code for you can feel like putting your eggs in some mysterious basket. Hidden in a black box. Hundreds of kilometers away. And still expecting a return on investment!
But it doesn’t have to feel that way. No matter the time or space, a remote team can work with you almost as closely as if they were right beside you.
In 2018, software houses have the tools and proven practices to make that happen.
Team composition is one of the key aspects you need to consider when launching a software development project.
The value of some roles is clear from the get-go. For example, developers and testers write and test the code, respectively. However, roles such as Product Owner or Scrum Master are a little less straightforward.
So why do you need a Product Owner?
That’s the question we’ll be answering in this article, from both your perspective and the perspective of your development team, highlighting the potential benefits.