Technologies go DEEP, go further!

When it comes to technology, DeepSoft is always updated. Making use of modern project management tools, DeepSoft can accurately track the progress of its projects, being able to anticipate possible delays of any nature and subsequently having the necessary time to perform the required adjustments to the schedule in order to prevent these delays.

Development Methodology
DeepSoft uses the renowned Scrum software development methodology, which belongs to Agile software development. Scrum has become increasingly popular among software development methodologies due to its evident speed in the delivery of final product releases, as well as the constant delivery of partial releases. These partial releases ensure closer monitoring by the client in order to greatly reduce delays caused by wrongly implemented features derived from any noise in the communication between the customer and the development team.
Quality Assurance and Scalability
In order to ensure the quality and scalability of the software program, DeepSoft uses Test-Driven Development (TDD) as its development technique. TDD is an efficient way to encode based on an agile development methodology, such as Scrum. The main rule of TDD is to create unit tests before each feature. Thus, DeepSoft ensures that all developed code has satisfactory test coverage, resulting in final products with fewer bugs and, consequently, higher aggregate quality. To ensure that any code developed by the company always meets the functional requirements established previously, DeepSoft uses the process of Continuous Integration. This process is responsible for performing the build process, unit and integration tests execution and its percentage of coverage for all the code. This process is repeated for each change of source code submitted to the server.

Development Tools
The tools used by the DeepSoft development team are fully integrated with project management tools. These tools include the following macro functions: Chronological versioning and code tracking on each change, and also tracking these changes by date, product version that entered production, the developer responsible by the change, etc.; Release in which a client request (e.g. required functionality, bug reported) became available; Code performance analysis; Integrated / automated deploy.