Tag: METHODOLOGIES

Readings for Lunch — [ 22 Dec 2017 ]

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Photo by Denise Johnson (source)

UX

Net Promoter Score Considered Harmful (and What UX Professionals Can Do About It)

The statistical problems asking a single question ("How likely are you to recommend [___] to a friend or colleague?") to measure the success of a company or product.

METHODOLOGIES

It’s time for recurring meetings to end

A quite controversial article about how recurring meetings (Stand-Up, Retrospectives, Product Reviews, Backlog Grooming) may be detrimental and hurt your team’s work and workflow.
(If not used correctly, I would add.)

Readings for Lunch — [ 08 Sep 2017 ]

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Color Models by xkcd (source)

METHODOLOGIES

The alignment

Can we write successful enterprise software without challenging assumptions? Here's what Alberto Brandolini (a.k.a. Ziobrando) discovered using EventStorming as a blade to cut through business, software and organisation dysfunctions.

DEVOPS

Rapid release at massive scale

This year Facebook moved to a quasi-continuous push system, delivering tens to hundreds of code changes to the website every few hours.

Readings for Lunch — [ 31 May 2017 ]

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Wind turbine blade factory (source)

METHODOLOGIES

Bit Planner

A physical and digital time planner made out of lego bricks that magically synchronises with any cloud based calendar to organise projects and schedules. (It's a few years old but still a remarkable project).

JAVASCRIPT

Migrating complex software: from Angular to React

A talk by Jack Franklin about his experience migrating a complex software (from Angular to React) at Songkick. Amazing talk, great takeaways.

Readings for Lunch — [ 01 Mar 2016 ]

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Slow sucks (source)

METHODOLOGIES

The Extinction of Agile Coaching

So will Agile Coaching become extinct? Yes, it will. At some point in the future, it won’t be necessary anymore. Many organizations will structure their organization differently by aligning people around the customer which will reduce the need for Agile coaches.

JAVASCRIPT

Notes on our current React stack (or "How I survived and enjoy React projects")

“I’ve been working full time with React for a year. Over this time I started three projects where I learnt something new and tried different combinations. As of today, I never felt as confident as I am with the current stack for building complex web applications. It’s a great time to be a JS Front end developer.”

Readings for Lunch — [ 23 Oct 2015 ]

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Tiny Highly Detailed Urban Illustrations by Taylor Mazer – Via William Bengtsson (source)

METHODOLOGIES

The Backlog

There has been a lot of discussions around this blog post, on what a backlog should be (and what shouldn't).

MOVIES

Breaking Bad // Pulp Fiction

The influence of Quentin Tarantino in Vince Gilligan: visual parallels between Breaking Bad and Pulp Fiction.