Codeble vs Traditional Software Engineering
In today's era of advanced information technology, the demand for software engineering is increasing day by day, with numerous companies requiring software development projects every day. However, with the increasing demand in the market, you need to ensure that the software development company you choose has the practical experience, professional expertise, and high-quality products. In this article, we will share with you the difference between Codeble and traditional software engineering, so that you can make a wise choice.
When it comes to programmers, Codeble trains the team to have practical experience, that can write clean and maintainable code. They are supervised by Ivan, the CEO of Codeble, who has years of industry experience, to ensure quality assurance. To stay up to date with the latest technology, Ivan actively participates in various software development projects. Codeble prioritizes project completion and usability for clients, ensuring that all projects can be completed successfully.
In contrast, traditional software engineering primarily employs fresh graduates without practical experience. The supervisors are senior software engineers who only focus on completing the work as quickly as possible without prioritizing completion and usability, which can result in unfinished projects.
In terms of speed, Codeble kick-starts the programming, initial deployment, and testing at earlier stages, which makes the whole process faster. On the other hand, traditional software engineering spends more time on testing and modification in later stages, resulting in slower project progress and a higher risk of project incompletion.
Regarding development costs, Codeble can allocate and readjust budgets or resources according to actual situations. It is adjustable to meet customer needs, and the projects are developed in phases. In contrast, traditional software engineering develops according to predetermined specifications and cannot be changed. Any additional items not written into the specification will be considered as additional project expenses. Therefore, even if the initial quotation is within the budget, it is common to see that an extra bill will be charged at the end of the project.
In terms of quality, Codeble values interaction with customers, responding to their requirements, and ensuring that software meets the actual needs of the enterprise. The development team at Codeble has close communication with customers and can promptly respond to and make adjustments to their requests and feedback. Therefore, the software developed by Codeble meets the actual needs of the enterprise and can provide high-quality software products.
In contrast, traditional software engineering emphasizes following fixed plans and is not flexible enough to make adjustments to customer requests at any time. This approach may result in software that does not meet the actual needs of the enterprise. Ultimately, it fails to satisfy customer needs, and the quality may not be guaranteed.
So, the two software development approaches are suitable for which kinds of customers?
Traditional software engineering is suitable for customers with clear requirements, such as projects with relatively definite requirements that customers must clearly state before starting the project.
As the business environment changes every day and no one can predict market trends, and everyone has to adapt at any time. Codeble's agile development approach is suitable for customers with unclear requirements who like flexibility. Because the development team at Codeble can work closely with customers, it is more suitable for customers who may not have clear requirements. The development team can continuously communicate with customers during the development process, understand their needs in a timely manner, and make adjustments at any time. Meanwhile, Codeble is also very flexible and can allocate budgets and resources according to the actual situation of customers in different stages, providing more diverse choices for customers.
We have used an agile approach to establish a recruitment and human resources system, and the customer has been impressed by Codeble's method, saying: "We did not give Codeble all the requirements for the system on Day 1, but instead made demands on each meeting to match the current business needs. Looking back at the entire project, we found that the system tailored by Codeble for our company has grown together with our business."
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