Category Archives: Software Craftsmanship

Find someone to TeamUp

At my workplace we’ve recently started following Scrum and Kanban. I head the product management team with 2 newly minted product owners. They used to be a product manager and sales engineer respectively. One has limited experience with Scrum, the … Continue reading

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While we’re at it…

There I am discussing a feature with my colleagues, when one of them says the words of scope creep doom: “While we’re at it, we might as well implement that other feature (that belongs in the same component). It would … Continue reading

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Code Retreats are awesome!

At least the one I attended on Saturday – My first one. What is a code retreat, you’re asking? A bunch of people who want to improve their coding and unit testing skills meet for a day. Everyone has their … Continue reading

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