True story lived recently at my work. Your power users are your best friends. They can find stuff that only power users can think of. However, sometimes, you have to be super clear. I mean it. SUPER CLEAR.
Sometimes, either softwares are wrong, or sometimes it is how people interact around them that is plain wrong.
Have you ever been in a situation where you lost a lot of time and effort, and finally you discover that it was nothing but your fault? That someone, somewhere on this planet, owes you a couple of hours of extra sleep because he/she made a wrong decision? Sometimes I do.
It’s been a long time since the last Scrum Comics. Let’s have some thoughts about delivering done increment and bug fixing!
For those of you talking with people outside of software industry. You might have faced situations where a huge gap of understanding separate you from the rest of the world.
Happy new year to everybody! Wish you the best in everything, especially health and success at work! Hope your holidays were splendid and relaxing!
Sometimes giving is worth much more than receiving. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all of you!
Oral communication can be tricky. Some little details may change completely your perception of messages.
One of my earliest memories of working inside a dev team and delivering a public facing application.
Most of the companies that have an internal software development team need to constantly manage the flow of projects and needs. And you might often encounter this situation:
For a few new hires, you might need to do some training and have some discussion on an expected behavior for a Scrum team member. Sometimes, for a few devs, it will come naturally. For some others, you might need a longer training.