Figuring out who can help you with what and vice versa.
Exposing your strengths and weaknesses to others.
… And many more
When working together, it feels like you’re in a relationship, which it basically is. All good relationships have fundaments created together. It should not always be work. Doing fun things together thickens that bond.
Most companies I’ve seen implementing an Agile framework, are using Scrum.
I believe that Scrum is commonly used due to the fact that it’s pretty strict. Meaning: You will do the Daily Scrum daily and according to its three key topics. You will have a retrospective at the end of each sprint and also come out with improvements that you can implement in the next iteration.
Some development teams have a member that always saves the day, can handle any error and write a fix for it. I’m talking about the person you go to when you’re stuck with a logical programming issue.
These people are amazing and really can save the day.
But there is a pitfall. At least, it depends on the person. In this article I am calling the superhero the saviour who enjoys the attention of saving the day. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with that(! don’t get me wrong here), it might be unhealthy for the team. Continue reading The team’s superhero
Back from a great vacation not so far from Saint-Tropez. Le Muy, where I stayed, is about 50 km away from Saint-Tropez. The easy way is to drive to Sainte-Maxime by car and get into the taxi speedboat. Continue reading Welcome to Saint-Tropez
A Drupal User Group (aka DUG) is a real life meetup where people attend to listen to a presentation about a certain topic and afterwards ask some questions.
We’ve given those at Dazzle HQ before, but we wanted to try it maybe just a little different this time.
A live stream through Youtube. It was an idea that lived in Dazzle.
What if we allow people to ask us questions about Drupal 8 and we reply through live video?