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It wasn’t that long ago that suits, ties, knee-length skirts, heels and pantyhose were required wardrobe staples. In fact, many enterprise Fortune 100s upheld a formal dress code as part of their HR Policy Handbooks. Goldman Sachs, the last bastion of formality on Wall Street, finally relaxed its dress code and offered a “flexible style”…
Raphael Weaver provides an in-depth analysis on the three main configuration automation tools to orchestrate the deployment of your application.
Our Mobile Practice Lead, Ronald Hansen speaks about capping vs unleashing your team’s potential when their day to day happens on client’s site.
Robert Morrell, our Java Cloud Engineer Practice Lead speaks about the perspective and meaning of change in agile environments and teams.
Gunjan Doshi, founder and CEO of InRhythm, explains how Agile Value #4 requires a mindset that anticipates change and designs product roadmaps with change in mind.
The Simple, Rapid Test That Every Agile Team Should be Doing A couple of weeks ago, I shared some thoughts around the concept of leading a team of agile craftsmen and how all of us were practitioners in a living lab. Agile product development, by definition, requires that we fail fast, learn from our mistakes…
Gunjan Doshi, founder and CEO of InRhythm, shares his insights on Agile Value #3: customer collaboration over contract negotiation.
Empathy should be regarded as a super-power. Not enough people have it and the workplace – indeed, the entire world – would be a better place if more people did have it. When you have project deadlines or you’re in the midst of an intense all-hands scrum, it’s easy to forget about the people factor.…