• Nov 19 2015

    4 Questions to Ask Yourself When Selecting a CMS

    BY: Britton Karon
    Let’s face it, your next web or digital project is going to be a massive undertaking. Whether it’s a brochure-style marketing website or a full-blown enterprise e-commerce solution, making the right choices up-front is going to set the tone for the entire lifecycle of the site – not just the development phase.
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  • Apr 02 2015

    Trust in Scrum

    BY: Danielle Ferguson
    Scrum can be a great approach to software development, however the focus of this article will not be on the many benefits of Scrum. Instead, let's talk about what it takes to get there. Beyond the mechanics of sprints, backlogs, stories, and tasks there is a much harder to account for requirement for Scrum. Trust. Trust between team members is an absolute necessity. Without trust, scrum can quickly turn into one headache after another.
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  • Mar 05 2015

    Lessons from Creativity, Inc.

    BY: Donald Bickel
    I try, at least once every couple months, to read a book that is not directly about software development, Scrum, etc. My thinking is that all tech and no business makes Don a dull boy; I really need to develop myself as a leader and developer of employees as much or more than a curator of custom applications. I recently finished reading Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration by Ed Catmull, one of the founders of Pixar. I found so much in a couple of value-packed pages that I want to share them and show it through my personal Scrum/software development lens.
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