Stories and advice for dev leaders, written by dev leaders. How to scale your team, which metrics to use, how to grow your career… even how to explain software development to your CEO (hint: very carefully 😉 )
Slack alerts are necessary for dev team success. Which ones should your team be using?
80% of the people involved in software development spend 80% of their time developing. Why use a tool designed for planning to manage dev team activities?
Pulse filters are now live unlocking three new use cases: bug triage, daily stand-up and real-time status update. What is Pulse? Pulse syncs your Git
According to the official Scrum guide, a Scrum master is someone whose job is to promote, support, and help implement Scrum processes, values, rules, and
The Scrum Board — An Out-Of-Date Piece of Junk or an Invaluable Productivity Tool? While a great project management methodology on paper, Scrum has many
Nadav Lev is far from your average VP of R&D His first “job” writing code was in the elite Israeli military intelligence agency Unit 8200.
Kanban vs. Scrum — Which Is the Lesser of Two Evils? Organizations that want to become agile or improve their agility often find themselves asking
Daily Scrum Meetings — Why They Suck and How We Can Reform Them Is Scrum, as a project management methodology, broken by default, or do
Miki, Zuki, Oriel and Ariel (yes, it’s a rule here that dev names have to rhyme) are so excited about the latest LinearB release they
Rule 4.1 of the developer constitution It’s the law. Software engineers have to hate meetings. If you’re caught enjoying yourself in a meeting you can