Legacy Software: To Rewrite or Not To Rewrite?

To rewrite or refactor legacy software, that is the question. The answer is really dependent on the circumstances, and Gravit-e has had its hand in both approaches. Legacy Software that is outdated or that has gone awry can certainly be the bane of a developer’s existence. It’s not uncommon for clients come to us with […]

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Startup Resources in British Columbia’s Interior

While much of British Columbia’s technology and startup sector appears to be concentrated along the coastline the Interior of British Columbia is bustling with growth. Amidst the beautiful mountains, deep blue lakes, and manicured vineyards there is a lot going on in the tech community. Kelowna is home to world-class tech companies like StarDyne industries […]

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Startup Resources For Calgary Entrepreneurs

Alberta has it’s own thriving community of entrepreneurs and emerging startups. Over the last decade, particularly in the last 5 years, a lot of resources have surfaced to support this innovative community in Calgary. We took a look to see what Calgary has to offer entrepreneurs and were happy to find some great resources, some […]

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Startup Resources in Edmonton

While there is a lot going on in the tech community along the west coast of Canada, particularly in Vancouver, that isn’t the only place where startup culture is thriving. There is a lot going on in our neighbouring province, Alberta, as well in cities like Edmonton and Calgary. We’ve gotten a lot of inquiries […]

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Minimizing Digital Distraction At Work

Technology has radically reshaped the modern workplace over the past few decades and will continue to do so. Our offices are now becoming portable and virtual in many cases. Technological advancements have allowed for greater efficiency, increased productivity, more collaboration, improved budgeting, and a heightened level of security. However, it has also resulted in increased distraction […]

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3 Common Development Roadblocks in Custom Workflow Software

We came across this great blog post by the Nebraska based Volano Solutions that we thought we would share with you. Originally written by their blogger, Courtney McGann.   ‘Our whole schtick is, “We make work flow”. So, it wouldn’t go over too well if our process wasn’t optimized for a smooth client experience. Can you […]

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Minimum Viable Product. What does it really mean?

The term ‘Minimum Viable Product’ or ‘MVP’ is becoming more and more familiar in the business world and less and less understood. A minimum viable product is not merely the cheapest version of your product to develop, nor is it the smallest number of features. Indeed, an MVP may not even need to be a first version of the software you intend to develop.

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