How can you shape culture and process while handling a complex delivery? Lead Engineer Scott Edwards talks through our experience with the DVLA in a recent webinar.
Our software engineer Tom Foster examines the benefits to mob programming, and top tips to implement it successfully in your team.
Continuing his series on data-driven organisations, our Senior Engineer John Nicholas dives deeper into the problem of data and the importance of identifying the distinction between ‘data-driven organisations’ and ‘informed learning organisations’.
How do you know if your team is high performing? In this post, Andreas describes a series of indicators that you can use to see if a team that you manage, or are part of, are ‘high performing’, the reasons we encourage particular team behaviours, and what we can do to move a team towards becoming ‘high performing’.
Rich discusses the problems that can arise when companies hire specialists and how to refocus a team to start delivering outcomes. Multidisciplinary teams allow you to focus on what outcomes you’re delivering and enable the team to share the responsibility of all aspects of delivery.
Why we should care about data-driven organisations? We will look at the specific problem that drives our inquiry into this area and forms the basis of the direction in how this large topic can be broken down.
Agile working environments often include open plan offices, close-knit teams and lots of impromptu discussions. Encouraging collaboration both between developers and with other business people is a great way to aid producing valuable software.
More people are now being forced into a remote working lifestyle that they may be unprepared for. I’ve been a mostly remote worker for around two years and wanted to share some of my routine in the hope that some may find it helpful.