Remote-friendly Retrospectives with Trello

By Dana Jones

Conduct collaborative, interactive meetings with people all over the globe. Trello is good for more than just software development and project planning.

You Still Have to Test on the Server

By Daniel Morrison

It doesn’t matter how good your test suite is, you have to run through on your server to know it works.

Be a Better Storyteller

By Brian Ryckbost

It’s no secret that we love user stories. We’re behavior driven and focus our daily tasks around user actionable stories. But near the launch of a project, or the end of a milestone, things can get hairy. Unmaintainable even. And workflow from the team can suffer, especially if there’s anyone working remotely.

Our Notes on Remote Pairing

By Daniel Morrison

Relevance posted some notes on remote pair programming so here are ours too.

Software never stays still

By Brandon Keepers

Software is an evolving, living being.

Stop lying.

By Keith Gaddis

“I don’t have time to test” seems to be somewhat of a recurring theme in hurried projects. Stop lying to yourself—and your clients.

On an Agile Space

By Daniel Morrison

Our workspace helps us work, and for the first time we have one of our own.