The mobility industry has been booming in the past couple of years. The concept of seamless mobility was already introduced in 1911 by the French architect Eugène Hénard, but we had to wait another 100 years until phones, apps, and the internet became widespread.

Appetite for intelligent mobility solutions is evergrowing, with many initiatives and regulations pushed by the public sector and municipalities in pursuit of becoming greener and sustainable. Probably in every smart city concept, there is a chapter linked to mobility, so it’s no wonder that many startups and even enterprises develop or already operate their own mobility…


Architecture is a cornerstone of every software product. The well-thought-out architecture allows you to expand and modify your software as you go. A rigid and misguided one does not. So how do you handle strategic decisions when you kick off a new project, and how do you stay on track? Learn Jimmy’s approach.

Let’s start with the word “agile” — what does it mean to you? Think about it for a minute. For us, it’s a mindset applicable anywhere, not just in software development. It’s a way of thinking. It’s about making small steps frequently instead of a giant leap…


Welcome to the third and last part of our free guide for product owners. We have already described how to quickly kick-off new products and how to write crystal clear User Stories.

This time, we explain how to set up the team and processes for development. So prepare to learn more about step-by-step development planning and tips about a new dev team onboarding. We’ll dive into ceremonies and the way they should be held and also cover the process of QA. Enjoy!

Preparation for development

  1. Present Epics, Vision, and Roadmap to the team to set expectations. Repeat this step whenever…


Welcome to the second part of our free guide for product owners. In the previous article, we covered effective project onboarding. This time, we dive into User Stories!

User Stories are an essential part of the Agile approach and methodology. Even folks who are not connected with software development in any way somehow heard of User Stories. It’s a buzzword, and today we’ll show you how to master them and create easy-to-follow descriptions for everyone.

Why do we need User Stories?
Good software solves users’ issues and helps people. User Stories make it easy to describe the intent, a direction in…


Step up your IT game and get inspired by Jimmy’s Agile Framework for product owners. Transparency is our core value, so we decided to share our Scrum-based step-by-step workflow with the whole world. Why? Because every line of code that ends up in the trashcan is a wasted opportunity. So if you are a rookie PO or want to try efficient practices, feel free to apply our methods and let us know how they worked out for you!

Every step has been time-tested and proved efficient both in startup and enterprise environments. Make sure you follow us here on Medium…


Outsource or build an internal development team? A question that pops up in nearly every firm that aims to build a digital product. This article might help you decide which approach is the best for you. Let’s dive into it!

Who can outsource software development? Basically, every firm — be it a startup or even a large enterprise. You should ask yourself which path will be most efficient and beneficial for you — will you rather build internal knowledge through in-house dev teams or find yourself a reliable partner that will take care of the development? Both strategies can be…


Choosing the right supplier for your project is essential. It is a make it or break it situation. We at Jimmy’s make every client and job a top priority, so you can rest assured that we won’t try to fool you with unrealistic promises. Check out 7 principles that are embedded in everything we do.

Jimmy Technologies started as a concept where we wanted to do things differently because we were unhappy with many bad habits common in the IT industry. We recently wrote about 8 unfair practices used by development agencies, so you might want to read that as…


IT development is a complex process where knowledge means power. In an agency-client relationship, the client often draws the shorter straw. Why? Simply because he might not be an expert in the IT game, the agency is. And even when the client is knowledgeable, he still wants to focus on his core business and let the agency do its job, which makes him dependable on the agency’s advice and solution. Dev houses with insufficient moral credit can easily exploit such an imbalance. Here is what to do about it.

Let’s start with a short story. I recently saw a LinkedIn…

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