Category: Process in Software Engineering

The best and latest articles from engineering leaders about the processes they put in place to scale their engineering teams. Including any methodologies (agile of course), requirement specifications, deadlines, or the whole software development lifecycle (SDLC). If your career path is into engineering leadership, learn the latest trends through our curated articles from which we surface the key insights.

How Silent Meetings Can Fix Meetings as We Know Them

Silent Meetings are meetings where attendees read a piece of shared context and discuss on it. This enables better focus and participation from everyone, and fixes all the issues we all have on meetings that go astray. They are vastly used at Amazon.

How to Make Estimates Finally Useful to Developers

Ask any developer to estimate how long it will take for them to finish a project. You will see the loathing in their eyes. In order to make estimates useful, managers need to abide by a few rules, that will even improve the quality of your software.

Moving to three-person engineering teams

Three-person engineering might help your team deliver faster, have more fun, and improve their ability to develop talent. But it comes with challenges: identify and train more project leads, scale design, and product management to keep pace.

How Github Can Be the Most Powerful Ticketing Tool

Compared to other ticketing tools, GitHub is the only platform giving entire freedom to define whatever types of labels you want. Are there any unique best practices that can make us all want to switch to GitHub to manage our projects?

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