I’m a Full Stack Developer and a Scrum Master for Amazee Labs. This means I spend a lot of my days helping with estimations, planning sprints and retrospectives, and generally making sure our agile processes are working for the fantastic scrum team.
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In this video we will explain and illustrate Amazee Labs’ design process, one that’s been crafted over the years to better serve our clients.
Working for a global company has given our team the amazing opportunity to travel, meet our dispersed teams and collaborate in three valuable workshops.
Agile Lean Europe is an unconference event that visits a different country each year and brings together people from across the continent. Agile practitioners and thought leaders come together for a 3-day event to share ideas around the topic of power transformation.
At the Agile Lean Europe Unconference attendees will address various topics in Agile & Lean Software Development.
At Amazee Labs, we think that teamwork, knowledge sharing and highly skilled and motivated people are some of the key factors to our success.
Having developers that are based on 4 different continents and finding ways to connect all of them isn't always an easy task. That's why we have several meetings on a weekly and bi-weekly basis, where we discuss what everyone was working on in the previous week, what challenges they are facing and what new tech and non-tech related news they heard. Some of them are also topic-specific.
Retrospectives are an essential part of our team’s workflow. After each iteration, we get together to collect insights and feedback. By doing so, our teams ensure they have time to celebrate achievements, learn from mistakes and steer their efforts along a process of continuous improvement.
Thanks again to everyone who has participated in my survey about agile practices in our industry. In this final piece, I would like to share some of my key observations and provide an overview of what has been covered in the previous nine blog posts.
This is part 9 of our series processing the results of the Amazee Agile Agency Survey. Previously I wrote about client interactions; this time let’s focus on practices. How often do teams deploy code? Are they practising peer reviews, automated testing, pair programming or story mapping?
This is part eight of our series processing the results of the Amazee Agile Agency Survey. Previously I wrote about estimations, this time let’s focus on client interactions. How regularly does the team meet the client and how is communication between the team and the client handled?