Breaking news; Software developer spends most of his time on the beach

Yours truly having fun on the beach!

While the above header might not be entirely correct, it illustrates a problem. Software developers are often working 100 hours per week, expected to create miracles, jeopardising their personal lives – To deliver what’s expected out of them as coders.

How would you feel if I told you there exists a way for you to become at least 10x more productive, while delivering at least 10x the quality? What would this do to your marriage? What would this do to your personal life? Would your wife and children be more happy?

Facts are that it exists, and in some of my previous blogs, I have shown this to be true. Sometimes your quality improvement and Time2market will not increase only by 10x, but sometimes also as much as 100x, depending upon what you’re using from before.

If a carpenter with nothing but stones and sticks tries to create a house, obviously he will spend a lot of more time finishing, than the carpenter using the latest tools in carpentry. The software industry is no different in these regards. Use superior tools, deliver superior quality, much faster. This is such an obvious fact, that arguing is futile.

Phosphorus Five has been shown to outperform some of the other toolkits out there in regards to responsiveness and quality by sometimes more than 200x. It has been shown to outperform some of the other toolkits out there in regards to productivity by sometimes as much as 100x. It has been shown that you will create much more stable and secure software by using Phosphorus Five. It has been shown that you will have less bugs if you use P5. So what are you waiting for …?

If you could deliver 100x the quality, 100x faster, what would this mean to your life? When was the last time you went to the beach, without feeling bad about your software’s deadline?

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