In the first of a two-part series ‘Stop doing upfront…’ Kirsten focusses on the waste of doing huge amounts of upfront design and how we seek to maximise our design effort within a user story and a sprint.
It makes sense to follow Lean principles and deliver minimum viable product (MVP) but be prepared to hit some resistance. Kirsten talks about some convincing arguments to back up the approach and how it’s important to be considered as valuable for the expertise and knowledge you bring to the project as for the development and design skills you posses.
Kirsten discusses how we deal with bugs, urgent client requests and issues that could easily distract the sprint team during lock down
This month Kirsten organised our ‘Last Thursdays’ talks at the Green Room and we ran a tech heavy event covering Test Driven Development and full-stack Behaviour Driven Development. Here’s a summary and the videos.
After a week of tweeting about the tools we use for facilitating our Agile process, Kirsten has summed it all up in one post.
Kirsten takes a look at 5 reasons why all business owners should be paying their interns rather than expecting them to turn up for free.
There is a currently a lot of confusion about the differences between mobile web apps and native apps so we take a look at two distinct methods of delivering mobile content to help clarify a few things in an attempt to aid an informed choice of which direction to take.