Nobody likes talking about process, but it’s the key to making great products. And the key to a great process is fluidity.
Stop stressing about creating something completely new and unique. Instead, focus on solving a real-world problem, and the rest will follow.
Does being lean mean building everything in-house? Actually, no — there’s a better way to make your startup money go further.
Lots of things go into building a great product, but one of the most important elements is product narrative. Nailing it means the difference between being a flash in the pan and a household name.
Getting the timing right on your MVP is crucial, but how do you know when it’s ready? The answer to that question depends on what you’re looking to get out of it.
How do you manage ambition among your engineering team? Offering multiple career tracks will ensure your people stick around to achieve their career goals.
When it comes to engineers, the key to employee retention isn’t just about pay. Instead, you need to create a culture that fosters growth and development.
Although post-sprint retrospective meetings may seem optional, they’re the best way to find and fix errors in your Agile process.
The key to effective servant leadership is building a culture that makes power moves unnecessary.
With more and more people using Android devices, companies leave money on the table by releasing apps just for iOS. But how can you keep costs down while developing an app for two markets? Here are some ideas.
As a servant leader, you have to look beyond keeping expenses down to unlock the full potential of a distributed team.
Agile won’t produce great software on its own. For that, you need great management of engineers and product designers.