Comparing 3 Work Coordination Techniques for Large Dev. Teams

For several months, I have been working as part of a very large team, bringing together three companies and spanning several time zones. There are about fifteen developers that actively contribute to our codebase — plus several more team members responsible for planning, design, or management. It’s a large group of people with wildly different […]

Three Unconventional Ways to Get New Team Members up to Speed

During my first six months at Atomic Object, I’ve had the opportunity to work on three projects. As a result, I’ve spent quite a while getting ramped up on new projects. Each project had different technical requirements, business domains, and team dynamics. As different as these projects were, there was one common denominator: the typical […]