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.
How do we go beyond seeing documentation as a burden and ensure that it is maintainable, reliable and valuable? Documentation is necessary to explain how something complicated works and defines a critical process to ensure a successful software release.
We are excited to announce the launch of our new webinar series, Made Tech Talks. During this series, we aim to provide helpful, accessible information to empower digital leaders to improve software delivery in the public sector.
How defining outcomes can help a product team collaboratively discover, identify, collate and rank what they should do and enable them to perform effectively and happily to ensure outputs are tied to those outcomes.
In software, estimating is controversial. In this post, we’ll look at how to measure the quality of your estimates, and what to do when it doesn’t stack up.
After you have mapped your application ecosystem as best as you can, you should begin work on prioritising which applications to modernise first.
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.
Mapping your organisation and applications is crucial because it enables you to decide which application to prioritise and which transformation strategy to adopt.
Legacy transformation is a team sport because it’s hard, expensive and can take a long time, so you need to have everyone ready to push in the same direction from the start.
Several engineers, including myself, joined Made Tech via the Academy. It’s a 12-week programme that the company offers to teach passionate learners the best software engineering practices in the industry.