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Scrumwise - The Scrum tool you've always wanted

Scrumwise - The Scrum tool you've always wanted

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Pair Programming Interviews September 11, 2013 About Me My name is Parth Upadhyay and I'm a rising senior at the University of Texas at Austin, majoring in Computer Science. This summer, I interned at Square on the Register team. Interviewing At Square When I first started exploring internship opportunities at Square, I didn’t know a lot about the engineering culture at Square—that is until I came in for pair programming interviews. Square's interview, however, was really different. I was confused. Sensing my confusion towards this foreign interview style, he explained that he wanted me to be comfortable coding on the machine so we could actually focus on the problem we would solve, and not have to worry about the cruft surrounding it. After setting up the environment, I did 3 pairing interviews with 3 different Square engineers. These interviews stood out because I was coding just as I would in the real world.

From Jira to Trello For the past couple of years I’ve had to work with Jira. Really, it’s mostly been dreading working with Jira. At both projects I’ve had Greenhopper available, and that hasn’t really made things better. My frustrations have had to do with the complexity of setting up the right fields, to creating a new sprint to creating a new project, down to mundane things like problems with ranking. I don’t particularly enjoy spending hours just tidying up my data. I found out about Trello on September 14, 2011, Olle Hallin a colleague at Crisp had spotted it just a day after its release. The development team has one board and four columns: Ready for DevelopmentIn DevelopmentDeployed to StageDone The “Done” column is release specific. Creating the initial board and first sprint’s stories took about one hour. Moving to Trello is great since we can now add stories easily, rearrange and rename columns quickly, but the biggest win for our team is that we now have one source of truth that everybody uses.

Project management software, online collaboration: Basecamp La Gestion de Projet en Ligne Open Atrium: team collaboration Open Atrium is an intranet in a box that has group spaces to allow different teams to have their own conversations and collaboration. Open Atrium 2.x for Drupal 7 A new architecture for Drupal 7 that is built upon Panopoly and intended as an extensible collaboration framework. Please use the Issue Queue to post bug reports and patches for OA2 only (not OA1). Demos The following webinar videos for Open Atrium 2 are available: Open Atrium 2.x Projects These modules are part of the official Open Atrium project and are actively maintained and approved. Other Modules that work with Open Atrium 2.x These modules are not tested, supported, nor recommended by the OA2 Core maintainers but are listed here as a courtesy to the community who might be interested in other work being done related to Open Atrium 2. Ginkgo theme from OA1 ported to OA2Organic Groups Theme for having a different theme on each Space.Contextual Help for an alternative to the OA Tours for adding contextual help to a site.

Why Usability Testing Matters: A Newbie's Perspective As a designer, I’m a perfectionist. I enjoy solving problems, analyzing human intuition, and testing all the available research tools to turn ideas into something viable and realistically executable. This heuristic, analytical approach to design was what shifted me from advertising into software in the first place. Working in software, I can test my ideas and get honest feedback — on the spot. User Testing as Validation – The Best Way to Build Confidence Designers are validation junkies. When the client asks you, “How do you know it will work?” We encourage clients to participate in these sessions, to see first-hand the value in how this new product idea addresses their needs. It’s all about the ride, not the destination. I see the software interface as a means to an end. In the past month, I have conducted 3 on-site usability testing engagements. Did it meet the client’s goals? After the final planned engagement, we validated that this product idea will work and be adopted by end users.

Agile software development processes, stories and lessons learnt Struggling to Create a Project Plan? Use These Tips The best way to plan a project is to focus on the project’s deliverables. Start at the highest level with the projects overall objective and gradually break it down until you get to individual deliverables. I use mind mapping to achieve this. Don’t forget the more intangible deliverables like training and communications plans. Now look at the sequence the deliverables have to be created in. You can’t design something until you have its specification. Next, take each deliverable and look at the tasks needed to create the deliverable. As for deliverables, look at the sequence of tasks to give you the task dependencies. Where you are dependent on someone outside the project to deliver something e.g. a part from a supplier or a system environment from IT, this is an external dependency and needs to be carefully monitored. You now have a sequenced set of tasks to create the project’s deliverables. Now you need to estimate the effort required to deliver the tasks. How can you deliver earlier?