Solving 2022’s Most Common Software Development Challenges
June 9th people are putting time aside to discuss and solve some of the common software development challenges we’re all facing in 2022.
Developing your own software is no mean feat and if you’ve ever asked one or more of the following questions then you are certainly not alone:
Technical Debt: How do you add new features and scale your software business when you have built up tech debt?
New Markets: When you’ve built software for a specific need or client, how do you adapt and scale it for other clients?
Documentation: How do you keep up with your documentation when your development team are too focused on delivery?
Upskilling: How do you transform your software and upskill your development team so that you can bring them on the journey with you whilst maintaining business as usual?
Talent: How do you attract and retain talent in a world where according to reports, 1 in 5 people will change jobs this year?
Led by Synetec COO Lisa Venter (formerly BBC, ITV, SKY) and Head of Development Andrew Settle (reallymoving, The Law Superstore). Book your virtual spot here to discuss some of the most common software development challenges with solutions around how to overcome them.
You will leave with:
Solutions from your peers on how to overcome a challenge you’re facing right now
Ideas based on real case studies and examples of how others have overcome similar challenges
A roadmap showing you how to get on-top of technical debt and drive innovation
➡️ Please send any challenges you’d like to discuss to firstname.lastname@example.org
Synetec is a software development partner with over 13 years’ experience working with software companies, so that they can better manage their projects, processes and people and drive business value with technology.
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