See how microservices and containers fit into the Agile toolset – and how they’re helping organisations enable continuous delivery.
With low-code tools growing in popularity, is citizen development a worthy investment for organisations – or could it cause more problems than it solves?
Software dev Barney Nicholls reflects on how 24-hour development challenges can help organisations encourage creative thinking – and overcome real obstacles.
As councils adopt new software and processes to improve operations, digital literacy and change management are becoming vital for success.
Headforwards founders Toby Parkins and Craig Girvan discuss the transition to working from home – and how to preserve an agile culture over video chat.
We explore some of the misconceptions and risks around AI – and how to overcome them for a successful implementation.
What’s the difference between onshoring and offshoring – and does it really matter in modern software development?
Outsourcing can be the secret to software development that delivers long-term value for organisations across all verticals – if you choose the right provider
We asked three of our own to talk about their focal points when practising the art of Scrum. Andy Roberts talks about his take on the role
We asked three of our own to talk about their focal points when practising the art of Scrum.
As staff around the world have moved to working from home during lockdown, Headforwards has looked at its productivity impact in comparison with office based working.
We asked three of our own to talk about their focal points when practising the art of Scrum. Mike Fosker talks about his take on the role.
There are many areas to consider but here are the three key elements that we believe should be cornerstones of an outsourced software development project.
Here is our expert view on why you should consider outsourcing your software development.
Find out how Headforwards are helping Cornwall Council create a new digital architecture and a forward looking culture with Business Intelligence at its heart.
Data science is one of the fastest growing fields in tech and one of the most exciting, as it has such huge potential to help shape the future of business and society.
Rahul Lamba is developing a pioneering health tech system in partnership with a hospital in India, which will lead to improved patient care through the use of AI.
People increasingly expect their council to provide services quickly and efficiently using the online technology which makes their lives as easy as possible.
ast week we were fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to attend Software Cornwall’s TDD workshop being run by Jon Jagger and Kevlin Henney.
Cornwall Council has gone through a real transformation in how they’re structured, how they manage products and of course in their new Agile approach.