Welcome to part five of our series, processing the results of the Amazee Agile Agency Survey. Previously I wrote about forming discovery and planning. This time let’s focus on team communication and process.
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Last Friday there was one more person that had his first day with us at the Zurich Hub. We are very excited to introduce our new project manager, Yves Keel.
We are delighted to introduce the newest member of our frontend crew, Vijay Dubb.
We're thrilled to welcome Isabel Racine aka Isa to Amazee Labs! She is joining the Global Maintenance Team as a Project Manager, working from Zurich.
A deep dive into continuous learning: what it is, why we strive to continuously learn, and how we’re achieving this at Amazee.
Up until a few months ago, I was always working from an office alongside the Amazee Labs Zurich team. Working amidst Amazee Labs comes with benefits beyond the financial sphere, including professional development, travel, and a fantastic work culture.
Blaize Kaye has been working with Amazee Labs as a freelancer for some time. In October he decided to join the team on a full-time basis, and we couldn’t be happier to have him on board.
At Amazee Labs, we have a good number of people working remotely, some of them (like me) at a 100% capacity, and others who do it every now and then. So, what does a remote working day look like? Let me share a few things from my own experiences with you.
Vienna is my first #DrupalConEUR and due to family obligations, I could only attend 1.5 days out of the full week of events, so I made the most of my time. Here’s a quick recap.
This is my wrap up of, Monday September 25, the day before #DrupalConEUR started. DrupalCon officially starts tomorrow, and even without sessions, the Amazee Team’s day was really busy!