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Best practices we employ at Newroco

We do things the right way. That's why your project will be a success when awarded to us. Here are some industry best practices that we adhere at Newroco:

Project planning and gathering requirements

At the heart of every successful project lies a solid foundation. 
Our Software Requirements Document structure serves as the blueprint for each new project. 
We meticulously gather and document client requirements to ensure a clear understanding of 
project scope, objectives, and deliverables. 
We then complete the accurate estimations based on this thorough planning work, setting realistic timelines and milestones.

Code quality 

We employ a combination of powerful tools and rigorous processes to ensure clean, efficient, and error-free code. Our code review process promotes collaboration and knowledge sharing among team members, resulting in robust and maintainable code.
All our code and in-code comments are written in English which ensures seamless transitions when needed.

Agile iterative development 

We develop using the agile methodology. We maintain a fluid and adaptive development cycle. This assures collaboration, rapid feedback, continuous improvement and quick course corrections.

Code versioning system and collaboration tools 

Version control is integral to our development process, we rely on git for efficient code management and on gitlab for hosting our code repositories.
Collaboration tools like, Nextcloud, Trello, ClickUp facilitate the communication among team members and ensure transparency with our clients. These tools aid coordination, empower the work flow and provide a centralized hub for project-related discussions and updates.

Multiple work environments

With a focus on maintaining distinct production, staging, and development environments, we ensure that every new feature meets all quality assurance tests before reaching its final destination. The development environment is used for in-house testing while client engagement is sought in the staging environment for feature validation and the ultimate deployment of thoroughly tested features is done on the production environment.

Continuous integration and continuous development

We use Jenkins in order to streamline the management of deployments and builds, and to orchestrate easy transition between the multiple environments.