Sat.Jan 11, 2020

Improving Sprint Retrospective with Scrum Patterns

Scrum.org

When Scrum Teams discuss too many problems during the Retrospective they may lose focus. That results in shallow decisions that barely scratch the surface. Teams are disappointed and lose faith in the Sprint Retrospective. Let’s see how to improve the event with the Scrum Patterns.

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This Week in Programming: When NOT to Do Microservices

The New Stack

Microservices, microservices, microservices, microservices. By now, you’ve perhaps heard the word so much, you can’t help but return to the chant of “developers” by a sweaty Steve Ballmer on stage a decade ago.

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In 100 Words: Three Questions to Lead the Self

QAspire

A priest was confronted by a soldier while he was walking down a road in pre-revolutionary Russia. The soldier, aiming his rifle at the priest, called out, “Who are you? Where are you going? Why are you going there?”. Unfazed, the priest calmly replied, “How much do they pay you?”

5 Ways To Extend Your Marketing Reach In 2020

Strategy Driven

Creating a buzz around your business or your latest product is vital these days. With competition in all quarters, having a multifaceted marketing campaign will ensure you get the widest reach and the best conversion possible.

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How We Prioritize at Sticker Mule

Strategy Driven

Organizations are the sum of their decisions. Those that prioritize well prosper and those that don’t falter. At Sticker Mule, prioritization is the most important thing we do. Our growth accelerates as we prioritized better, but there’s always room to improve. What prioritization is not.