Kirsten outlines a number of different techniques we use to help prioritise your project. Some of these techniques lend themselves to short term planning and others help to plan and prioritise on the roadmap level.
With the Limpid Markets platform needing a new technical direction, it was time to do some intense learning by revisiting one of our own digital products, MEMZ, during a full-throttle hack week involving Elm, Elixir and Phoenix.
We are all born with the need to learn. To try things out, make mistakes, to inspect those mistakes and try again. And this shouldn’t stop when you walk through the doors at work.
Kirsten explains why we run a stakeholder workshop when kicking off a new project and the value it brings.
We‘re on the lookout for an individual with a passion for software development with experience developing robust, optimised and maintainable web applications.
We tried a new type of retrospective: Continuous Attention to Individuals’ Needs (CAIN) and here’s what happened…
Instead of our monthly code kata session we decide to switch things up a bit and give Mob Programming a go. For this, I decided to pose as a typical client and send a small project idea through our website enquiry form. And then allow the ‘Mob’ to interpret those requirements and build some software following MobProgramming techniques.
Kirsten explains why user story mapping is one of the most powerful tools in our discovery toolkit, enabling us to define, prioritise and create a shared understanding of a digital product through the eyes of your end users.