At Inverted Software we pride ourselves in our unparalleled success rate, and while, according to the Standish Chaos Report 68 percent of technology projects is “improbable” meaning it failed, time and time again we keep delivering successful projects to our happy customers. If you are struggling to understand how to measure success or if you […]Read More Use Those 4 Questions to Understand if Your IT Project is a Success
At Inverted Software we often help our clients manage offshore and onshore development teams. Our proprietary processes and unique experience helps us evaluate and correct software development practices that have proven inefficient and instill practices that insure productivity and success. Below we have compiled the 3 most common issues developers tend to generate when left […]Read More 3 Mistakes Software Developers Make That Can Cost You Your Business
At Inverted Software we are often asked by our customers what frontend development and backend development are and what the difference between the two is. In simple terms: Frontend software development is any code that your browser receives from your server and processes locally on your computer to display your web page. Such code is […]Read More What Is The Difference Between Frontend and Backend Programming?
I am sorry if this blog post sounds like a rant. I was looking for the non-rant button on windows 10 and then the whole thing froze and I got the blue screen of death. I recently updated the majority of the software I use in in my daily life at Inverted Software. Windows, Office […]Read More Has all software just become beta?
Your Chief Technology Officer is leading your company’s technology initiatives and development. They interact with the business to plan strategy roadmaps and turn them into development roadmaps. They then act as the product owner and manage the engineering departments, functioning as the responsible party for all of your organization’s technology efforts. If you want to […]Read More Ten Questions You Should Be Asking Your CTO
Apollo 11 was the first space craft to land humans on the surface of the Moon. Americans Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made history by landing on the moon on July 20, 1969. The Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) was a computer produced for the Apollo program that was installed on board each Apollo Command Module […]Read More Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (AGC) Source Code is a Real Time Capsule
Your company has a new software project in its road map, and your local staff is unavailable or lacks the skills needed to successfully deliver. It’s time to outsource the work to a vendor. Congratulations, there are many software consulting companies out there. How can you choose the one that is best for you? In […]Read More How To Hire a Software Consulting Company
Preface At Inverted Software we get many requests from customers that invested in projects, but didn’t get the results they have hoped for. Maybe your project is running late, over budget or maybe it doesn’t meet your quality expectations and is riddled with bugs. In any case, if you feel something needs to be done […]Read More Project Rescue – How To Recover From a Development Nightmare
At Inverted Software we work closely with our customers to design systems that fit their needs. A part of every system is its data store, also referred to as Data Mart or Data Warehouse. There are five main database categories: SQL Databases SQL (Structured Query Language) databases are designed for managing data held in a […]Read More So Which Database Should I Use?
At Inverted Software we love entrepreneurs. We work closely with many funded startups to create MVPs (Minimum Viable Product) or to enhance existing systems. When raising a Seed or an A series round, founders are often asked very technical questions by their potential investors. They are expected to be able to lead a development team […]Read More Looking for a Technical Co-Founder? Consider an Interim CTO Instead!