In challenging times, like those we find ourselves in in 2020, an organization must be able to adapt and to innovate to survive. Now is the time to challenge the perception of this pandemic as a crisis, and instead try to see it as an opportunity for new business growth and innovation.
With most software development teams now working flexibly or remotely in response to COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to embrace best practises in remote working. This brand new article – 5 Keys to Successfully Manage an Agile Remote Development Team – outlines a practical checklist for all software team leaders.
Working software is so much more than just a set of functional requirements being implemented. Adopting an incremental working product can minimize the Cost of Delay. Read more in this article.
With more than 10 years’ experience in Agile, Mitrais goes all-in to equip our team with all of the SCRUM-specific skills necessary to help our clients’ transition to or continue with their Agile development projects. See more in this infographic.
Agile methodologies, like SCRUM, are popular process frameworks often applied to contemporary software development services. This article discusses options for Sizing and estimation of Agile projects.
Emergent design is no less important in Agile projects, and should be a continuous effort for your Agile team. Learn some practical techniques on how to apply ‘Emergent Design’ in your Agile projects in this article.
For a global company like Mitrais, having associated development teams across time zones and location is a common thing. This article discusses what is needed to establish a distributed team based on Agile development processes, with individuals who work across time, space and organizational boundaries.
Mitrais was at the Agile Indonesia Conference 2017 this month and joined the exhibition and innovative speaking session’s in Jakarta.