Putting our heads together.
How to improve Software Development teams velocity
5 tips to enhance team productivity and make sure they perform at their peak
Your software team is not delivering as you would like? You’re the Technical Leader, Product Manager or CTOs trying to improve their velocity? The very first steps to make them work better and faster could be inside you.
From real-world problems to product-market fit
How to turn real-people problems into successful products
Focusing on people and their real needs, and running collaborative design activities is the best way to start a new project and come up with solutions with great possibilities of being successful.
Why should a Software Development company certify ISO?
Our road to the definition of Agile processes
A few months back we decided to take the plunge and engage in the ISO 9001 certification process. At first, we saw it as a way to generate trust for our international prospects. It became much more than that when we developed a unique playbook to define our work and collaboration as an agile organization.
Defining quality in software development
The importance of setting the bar right to meet expectations
Just like high jumpers, software developers need to clearly set their goals in order to meet their objectives and speak of quality.
The quality pyramid in software development
Relying on everyday processes to reach high standards
We can think of our overall quality as the result of the functional, structural and process aspects of quality. Only by satisfying the lower levels of our pyramid will we be able to reach the uppermost level without sweat blood and tears.
Be Agile, not chaotic
A short story about panic, uncertainty, and continuous delivery.
I know from experience that Agile methodologies are important, not just trendy. This is my experience working in a software project where things started small and all worked fine at first. But when the scope and team started to grow, the lack of Agile organization turned the project into chaos. All until one day, we decided it was going to change.