We’ve all experienced the work wormhole before. That feeling when you’re sitting at your desk, lost in your work, and oblivious to the minutes – maybe hours – that are flying by. Perhaps you’ve had that same feeling while working with your colleagues or team on an important project. This “wormhole” feeling can make you and your team feel invincible and on top of your work.
Being a manager isn’t easy. Many of our stakeholders are marketing and project managers, and we know how difficult the job can be. Keeping track of everyone else’s work is no small feat, especially when you have an external agency to manage as well. Analyzing dependencies between internal team-members and vendors can quickly grow overwhelming, and in that state of confusion, many people turn toward tools that have brought them clarity before: namely, project plans.
Many first time software buyers don’t know to consider software maintenance when planning their annual budgets. This shortsightedness is understandable—software is expensive to build and most dev shops don’t want to spend a lot of time on long tail cost curves.
An Agile Story can be defined as ” short, simple description of a feature told from the perspective of the person who desires the new capability, usually a user or customer of the system – Mike Cohn”
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History of Progressive Enhancement
Throughout the history of web development, web designers have focused on giving computer users the greatest possible experience that they could receive on the most sophisticated browsers.