Happy new year!! Here’s to an amazing 2021 - we’ve all earned it, I think
We’re hitting the ground running here at CTO Craft, with a new series of Bytes events (more to come on that next week), as well as the roll-out of our CTO Craft Labs workshops. If you’d like to take a look, head here for some more info and an early-bird discount:
Ever thought about what makes some engineering teams highly productive as compared to others? What such teams do differently than others? Can it be due to difference in skills of engineers in different teams?
In this article I will talk about how a high-performance engineering team at Moonpig adapted to a remote working environment, whilst they improved their ways of working, and continued to deliver on improving the experience we provide to our customers.
Google’s internal management approach has sustained and scaled pretty impressively over the years. Quantitative goal-setting, setting stretch targets — these principles are as evident in the 2020s as they were when I arrived in 2003.
Moreover, numerous studies have found that trust is critical to team success. And, this is most true as remote managers are struggling with trust issues during COVID-10. Thankfully, you can use the following 7 strategies to turn this around.
There has been a lot said about how women have done a better job leading during the Covid-19 crisis than men. According to an analysis of 360-degree assessments conducted between March and June of this year, women were rated by those who work with them as more effective.
I worked as a developer using Waterfall for exactly 9 months. I was 22 years old and it was my first programmer job and first corporate environment. This place was old school. Like suit-wearing, personal cubicle type old school.
One of the biggest time costs in software development is understanding how a system works. And the problem may be growing. Systems are getting more complex yet our ability to understand them doesn’t seem to be growing at the same rate.