21 Jan 2021

Unosquare’s Women in Tech Guild (WIT) is committed to building a strong community of women who support each other professionally because we believe that when a woman helps another woman, they both benefit. We chartered this group to improve our technical and soft skills and grow professionally. Our mission is to bridge the gender gap in the technology industry and attract more women to our ranks. 

15 Dec 2020

We understand how important it is to choose a reliable and trustworthy software development partner. That’s where we come in. At Unosquare, your success is our success!

09 Dec 2020

How do you decide if you should outsource a software development project or keep it in-house? This can be a tough decision to make, especially if you don’t have experience with outsourcing. Still, more and more companies are choosing to outsource and experiencing the benefits. Often, software development outsourcing is necessary to keep up with growing market demands and expectations.

08 Dec 2020

When you’re looking at agile software development outsourcing, there’s a lot that you need to consider. This can be overwhelming, especially if you’re outsourcing for the first time. There are so many different firms to choose from. How do you pick the one that will be a good fit for your project? 

With over 2,000 successfully completed projects, over 500 engineers, and more than 90 distributed teams here at Unosquare, we know what it takes to work well with clients. The key to finding the best partner for your project is asking the right questions. Here are ten questions you should ask before choosing a firm. 

07 Dec 2020

Today, healthcare organizations of all sizes are under pressure to adopt the newest technologies and adapt to new healthcare expectations. Having custom software for your organization can make these changes easier to manage. However, it’s important to understand why these solutions are worth investing in and what you should prioritize. Here’s what you need to know about custom healthcare software. 

03 Nov 2020

The software development process consists of many moving parts. To work on and manage these projects successfully, it’s important to understand each aspect and how they fit together to contribute to the final product. The product backlog and individual PBIs are some of the things that can completely change the experience for the end-user.

21 Oct 2020

Need more resources for your software development project? This is a common problem, and there are several ways to address it. Is the staff augmentation model better for software development? What about outsourcing? In this post, we'll discuss the differences between outsourcing and staff augmentation. We'll also give the information you need to choose the right model for your organization. 

13 Oct 2020

There’s no question that software is at the core of how almost every business operates. If there’s one thing that nearly every organization needs to keep itself running, it’s software. That’s why many companies invest in custom solutions to help them streamline processes and improve day-to-day operations. 

02 Oct 2020

As a software engineer for mobile platforms, I have worked on teams where the Project Managers displayed excellent and poor management practices. This article is about observations I've made while working as an outsourced staff augmentation professional; one where the project was, in my opinion, and measured by outcomes, poorly managed.

29 Sep 2020

This is a two-part article where we are going to analyze an option to secure RESTful web services through the JWT standard, also analyzing the option to use public keys that can be rotated to increase the security model.

In this first part we will analyze the standard for JWT and JWK from a theoretical standpoint. Our part two of the article will focus on a simple practical example about how to implement this security standard to protect your own microservices.

In the contemporary environment of software development, securing microservices has become increasingly important. Since RESTful microservices run over HTTP protocol, anyone having access to the web API exposed by a microservices application can invoke its services simply using a web browser, or even more sophisticated invocations can be done using tools like Postman. This is mainly the reason to have a robust security mechanism protecting and controlling the access to any service within an organization infrastructure.