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How to ask a developer for the cost of building my website?

David Espina expressed it very pragmatically in his comment "Can you provide me a quote for this work?" The fancy name for that is a Request For Proposal. That's a document that outlines the ...
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Is Scrum applicable to projects with outcome-based pricing?

"Outcomes" Aren't Synonymous with Fully-Fixed Constraints In Scrum, the burn rate of each iteration is (relatively) fixed. The flexible sliders are scope and schedule. So, "outcome-based pricing" is ...
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How should be the pricing using agile?

I recommend you to set it per sprint. That way, you can make sure the customer doesn't expect more than what is agreed in the sprint planning, and you can set the price based on the expected amount of ...
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Is Scrum applicable to projects with outcome-based pricing?

Scrum should be focused on delivering outcomes, so yes, it is applicable. I think it would be very important to have a common understanding of what "Done" is so that you aren't charging for something ...
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When we are calculating the cost for implementing a new web application, should we have separate cost for providing the source code to the client

The answer to your question needs to occur before you provided pricing. Within the contract, you would indicate who owns the what after the what is built. And then based on that you would price its ...
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Convince client of software update vs just charge for it

I've been in similar situations. My experience has been that when you talk about it, customers usually have at least an intuitive understanding of the issue, but will look for any way to avoid the ...
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Convince client of software update vs just charge for it

The Client is coming to you to solve a problem, and if you have already committed to the work then it is disingenuous for you to want them to update their framework just to make your developers' lives ...
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Convince client of software update vs just charge for it

I am making an assumption here, that your client owns the software you have built for them. If that is the case, you don't get to make the decisions about what work should be done in the software, ...
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