clean code, Well documented
Good coding practice should assume someone else will take over development in the future. The code is self-documented so thoroughly that a later developer can rapidly understand it, maintain it, add to it and change it as business needs change. “Job security code” is a thing of the past, with “teamwork-friendly code” the new standard.
Software testing should verify functionality, try to break the code every way imaginable, and, most importantly, try to break in (penetrate) to test the security of the application. It’s far better to know the strengths and weaknesses of a code base than to find them the hard way. Once understood, the application can be armored more thoroughly against hostile attacks as well as everyday, accidental surprises users are famous for discovering.
Software architecture matters, just like for a building.
There must be a big picture to guide Agile and minimize chaos.
We do all of these things by habit and as a matter of course.
Your software should just work. That’s how we build your customized software to make your days easier.