Acism conducted programming internships remotely in 2022. They were based on Xsemble component implementation.
Software Project Estimation Made Easy
Project estimation is one of the most important and early activities in a software project. It is tricky especially in project outsourcing scenario where it is done before the project is allocated. Project estimation is used to create the expectation
Will Attrition Impact YOUR COMPANY in 2022?
The high attrition / great resignation problem is bound to impact tech companies’ delivery capability. Here is how.
Crossing The Software Product Development Chasm
Software product development often takes a big hit as the original developer leaves and someone else is expected to take over and continue.
Software Modernization Internships – June 2021
Acism has offered student internships in the important area of software modernization. They are designed to run like a science experiment. The results will be of interest to software industry at large. Interested companies are invited as observers.
Women’s Day Special: Enabling Careers
The international women’s day is a great occasion to share a thought that can empower some women. As we all know, some women find it difficult to get into a standard 9-6 job due to some family commitments that have
Software Development Buffet Menu
At Acism, we serve a buffet of software development options and allow the customers to choose from them to suit their appetite.
Visual Model of a CMS
The Xsemble flow diagram of a CMS shows a single page node that serves all site pages, which accurately represents the working of a CMS.
Visual Model of a CRM
The requirements of CRM are often unique and ever-changing. Therefore, instead of a ready-made CRM, a CRM that is evolved from a flexible model makes sense.
Remote Internships of MIT-WPU Students, July 2020
Introduction The short internships of MIT World Peace University (MIT-WPU) students are coming to a close. Acism thanks all the interns who worked with us and strived to make it a success. Acism also officially thanks MIT-WPU and in particular