Improve Employee Collaboration With These Remarkable Tips

(This is a contributed post) We all know that two heads are better than one. When we come together and bounce ideas off each other, we often find that we can be a lot more productive in an office environment. And, by setting teams on a task together rather than allocating it to just one […]

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It’s not about the tools and processes…

tools and processes

I’ve been reading Quora lately, and despairing. Nearly every question about Agile there is in this format: “What tool is the best for doing {X} in Agile?”. This is disappointing. What happened to the Agile Manifesto? That bit where it says “People and interactions over processes and tools”? People seem to have forgotten the lesson – […]

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Agile Metrics: the Ultimate Guide

agile metrics ultimate guide

This guide has everything you need to know about agile metrics. So if you want to understand all the different metrics you can measure and how to use them, you’re in the right place. It will cover every possible metrics you would possibly want to use, and tell you what they mean, when you should […]

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5 Tips to interviewing for a Javascript job

The concept of web development has been evolving over the years. The number of software developers has increased. They strive to secure jobs with the best in the industry. JavaScript is among the core technologies that are used in web development. A job interview in this field requires adequate knowledge and can prove difficult for […]

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Software development is a design activity

software dev design activity

Software development is not a manufacturing activity Despite what a lot of people believe, software development is not a manufacturing activity. That is, it is not a process that takes some inputs (money and ideas, people, time, source code, compilers) and then manufactures some outputs (software; APIs, DLLs, database schemas). We have spent too long pretending it […]

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Four Management theories SMEs should understand

(This is a contributed post) Coming up with an idea is a piece of cake, as is putting it into practice. Hell, finding funding isn’t tricky any longer thanks to market saturation. The hardest thing by far is to be a manager. If only people saw things the way you did, there would be no […]

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The Top 5 Benefits to Renting an Office in London

An office space should mirror your business. Therefore, choosing the right space for your business is essential. However, this process can be challenging to most entrepreneurs. When your customer sees your office, they should be able to see a professional reflection of your business. Before renting any space, it is important to remember that what […]

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The Things Every Online Store Owner Needs

  (This is a contributed post) If you’ve decided to run your store online as opposed to in a bricks and mortar location, you have endless opportunities to build business and find new customers because you are, after all, operating on the world wide web. However, your success is not guaranteed and there are numerous […]

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The Pros and Cons of Hiring an Independent Contractor

(This is a contributed post) Over the past decade, the way that we work has completely changed. Being able to work flexibly or working remotely has changed a traditional workplace for many people. Many more people work from home a couple of days a week, or even run their own business from home. This can […]

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Agile is not just about software

agile not just software delivery

We all know the stories about agile failures. About things like Flaccid Scrum, Cargo Cult Agile, and all the others. We all hear the tales of micromanaging PMP-certificate wielding “scrum-masters”, absentee-landlord product owners, and merciless stakeholders. What’s gone wrong? A few things. But mainly, organisations are signing up to Agile for the wrong reasons, and they’re […]

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