In this series, I'll take a stab at creating a glossary of terms for people new to custom software and software jargon.
A person who is fun to work with is often praising team members for their dedication and work ethic, not reflecting on their own successes.
Sometimes, it's hard to see progress on a software project. Here are three problems I’ve been able to solve by making work more visible.
It’s important for your software team to build goodwill when you’re facing tough conversations around scope, budget, or rotating team members.
There are plenty of reasons products fail. Don’t let yours be that you didn’t empower your product owner to do everything they could to deliver success.
I hope this is a straightforward way for you to understand the Gaps and Islands problem so you can apply it in your next project.