A ticket goes from To Do to Done and can never move back. With all our talks of “Lean” and “agility”, our progress model seems to resemble … a waterfall.
It's never that simple.
I'm a big fan of small teams. What they lose in sheer horse-power, they make up in efficiency.
But a question the small-team proponents like myself have to answer is: when is a team too small?
Most techies seem to want to insulate themselves from them, but office politics are not optional.
Software developers love helping people. Their instinct is to build that hotly anticipated feature as fast as possible. So how can you be pragmatic about being pragmatic?
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