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Get To Know The Rounds Team: Oren Levy

October 23rd, 2011 by Natasha Shine (Marketing Manager) | Category: Get.Rounds, Rounds World Leave a Comment
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This post is part of a new segment called ‘Get To Know the Rounds Team’. Each week we will introduce a different member of the Rounds team so that you can get to know them a little better.


 



Get To Know The Rounds Team: Yohay Bersky

October 9th, 2011 by Gilad Hirsh (Marketing Intern) | Category: Get.Rounds, Rounds World Leave a Comment

This post is part of a new segment called ‘Get To Know the Rounds Team’. Each week we will introduce a different member of the Rounds team so that you can get to know them a little better.


 



Development Cycles

September 15th, 2011 by Elliot Jaffe (CTO) | Category: Get.Rounds, Tech Talk Leave a Comment

Our CEO makes the rounds with other CEOs, entrepreneurs and investors. One of the themes that gets batted around is the concept of Continuous Development, Continuous Integration (CDCI). At the CEO level, it is taken to mean that the company releases products more or less continuously and not on a fixed schedule every few weeks or months or even years.

In the good old days of Brook’s book “The Mythical Man Month”, software projects followed that same cycle that you would see in a major construction project. First, someone draws up a list of requirements (Make a bridge from point A to point B that can handle Y traffic per hour). An architecture creates the overall design and architecture plans. (Civil) engineers draw up a complete design on paper that is then reviewed to see if it meets the written and unwritten requirements (Don’t break the bank, Don’t make it look like a Picasa painting). The construction company reviews the plans for implementation. The project owner arranges for the right permissions from the appropriate agencies. The parts and materials are ordered. The builders build. Test and review the result. Open for traffic.



Get To Know The Rounds Team: Liz Ekshtat-Schultz

September 11th, 2011 by Natasha Shine (Marketing Manager) | Category: Get.Rounds, Rounds World Leave a Comment
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This post is part of a new segment called ‘Get To Know the Rounds Team’. Each week we will introduce a different member of the Rounds team so that you can get to know them a little better.


 



The Video Connection [INFOGRAPHIC]

September 6th, 2011 by Natasha Shine (Marketing Manager) | Category: General, Get.Rounds 2 Comments
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Back to School iPad2 Competition!

September 6th, 2011 by Natasha Shine (Marketing Manager) | Category: Get.Rounds, Rounds World 1 Comment
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School’s back in session, just in time for you and your friends to win an iPad2 and other cool stuff. Stay connected with your school friends with Video Chat Rounds and help us spread the word. The top 3 Rounders who get the most amount of their friends to join, will get the chance to win an iPad2.