Golang Development Process

We at golang.company adopt a comprehensive Golang software development process approach. There are a number of impeccable and important factors that our proficient Golang developers always keep in mind before starting any project. These factors include:

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Delivery Approach

We first focus primarily on our agile delivery approach for the continuous evolution of working software. It includes three steps:

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Shared Vision

Here we share our goals and starting approach with our client as per their requirements. Also, we understand the entire journey of our user and answer their every “what, why, where, etc.”

Project Preparation & Setup

Here, our highly experienced Golang developers initiate the project by setting up the development environment, preparing the screen designs, creating the backlogs, and comprehensively setting up the CI.

Incremental & Iterative Collaboration

Here, our highly experienced Golang developers initiate the project by setting up the development environment, preparing the screen designs, creating the backlogs, and comprehensively setting up the CI.

Our Engineering Practices

We imply enormous factors in our engineering practices in order to deliver a working software. We have a separate development, quality analysis, and staging environment. Along with this, we also imply:

Code Refactoring

Frequent Deployments

Continuous Integration

Code Reviews

Proof of Spikes/Concepts

Coding Standards

Test Driven Development

Evolutionary Design

Steps Involved In Our QA Approach

The first step in our QA Approach is Planning, where we make the automation strategy and test schedule.

The second step is Definition , where we test plans, data, and steps.

The next step is Execution , where we log and track the defects.

Automation - Here we use impeccable tools like Protractor and Selenium for the automation scripts.

The last step is Optimization, where we log and track the feedback of end users from UAT.

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Types Of Testing In Our QA Approach

We at golang.company use various impeccable testing frameworks for the best possible outcomes. Here are some types of testing that we use:

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Our UX Strategy

We, at golang.company, first understand the requirements of the users from the scratch and then deliver the growth-oriented and customer-centric projects.

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Understanding The User

Here we research for the background and personas of the user, and focus primarily on Groups.

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Here, our highly skilled and experienced Golang developers ideate the journey of the users and build wireframes and sketch-boards for your perfect project that can outperform your competitors.

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Here we create paper prototypes using Balsamiq, FireWorks, etc.

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This is the last step before the deploying process, where our experts review and test the entire project through various testing techniques.

Our UX Strategy - Types Of Design


Visual Design

Branding, Fonts, Colors, Imagery



Wireframes, Prototype, Navigation, Screen Flow



Information Architecture, User Flow



User Research, Vision, Business Model Canvas



User Requirements and needs

Our Guiding Principles Of Communication

Communication plays a vital role while approaching any project delivery. We at golang.company rely on several outstanding principles of communication that needs to be followed:

Along with this, we also follow 3 key highlights of communications:

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Regular Progress Tracking - We follow this through several Project Management Tools & Reports provided to us by the user.

Time-zone Overlap - It is used for discussions among distributed team members and clients.

Pre IPM Meetings - These are held with a limited set of developers and QAs to smoothen the Sprint.

Our Enabler Toolkit

We use impeccable toolkits for robust and growth-oriented Golang projects.

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Pivotal Tracker

For Bugs Tracking

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For Code Repository

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Google Hangout

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GoTo Meeting

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