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How we improved value delivery in product development

At Qualabs we do software development projects. Many of our clients are consolidated companies, which have had products in operation for many years, sometimes more than 15. It is not that we do not work with startups or in new product development. We actually have an innovation lab for that. But those are not the kind of projects I’ll be talking about in this post. Simplified project workflow In a simplified way, when a new project comes, we follow these steps:
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How we organize remote work

We normally discourage remote work. It’s not because we don’t know how to do it, but because we believe sharing time together is an important part of our culture. We are actually quite experts in remote work, that’s how all our dedicated teams work with our clients, and we’ve been doing that quite well. The objective of this post is to share our experience for those that want to start with remote work.
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Connected-device telemetry: 7 tips learned from a Set-top-box usage analytics project.

The broadcasters industry historically had the problem of how to measure its audiences. Transmissions of radios, TV channels, cable TV or satellite services are essentially unidirectional communications services, between a broadcast station and the users. In other words, with the kind of technology that an air TV channel broadcasts, it is impossible to know how many viewers are actually watching that channel. In order to have audience and ratings measurements, different types of solutions were created, from something as basic as telephone surveys to image and audio recognition systems installed in a sample of users houses, to then apply statistical models to get to know the audience or rating for a specific service.
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Why AWS is great for video workflows

In 2015 AWS acquired Elemental (press release). With this movement, it got the tools needed to become the cloud with the best video support. We all have heard the benefits of the cloud like scalability and redundancy, but in video applications this is a prime example of the ease of use of cloud offerings. In the “old” world of on-premise video, buying and mantaining a video transcoder is already expensive and a very slow process of buying and racking the equipment.
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