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Why recognition matters

Why recognition matters

We can say that a team is like a machine where every part is doing a job to keep the entire thing moving. In the software industry, for instance, sales and marketing could get feedback from the final users, product people define something awesome and new to include in the app, then the developers build those new features, the QA team tests them to make sure nothing breaks and the operations team spins up all the infrastructure required to publish…

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3 reasons why doing async agile stand-ups in your team is a good idea

3 reasons why doing async agile stand-ups in your team is a good idea

These days the agile tools and practices are becoming something very helpful and interesting to start using in our teams on a daily basis. As the world is turning more remote and digital we have to change and adopt strategies that were never considered in the past. One example of this is the agile stand-up; and even more interesting, the async agile stand-up. You may wonder what’s the difference between these two types of stand-ups. The answer is very simple….

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What’s new in Regos Team Status 1.0.2?

What’s new in Regos Team Status 1.0.2?

Hello everyone! We’ve just released version 1.0.2 of Regos Team Status and wanted to share with you the new features included in this release. Are you ready? Let’s go! Presence in avatars for stand-up summary Starting on this version you will see a presence indicator next to the user avatar in the stand-up summary screen. With this indicator, you will know easily when a user already sent the status or when you are seeing a provisional auto-generated status. Provisional status…

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Heroku, Digital Ocean or AWS? Which one is the best for your app?

Heroku, Digital Ocean or AWS? Which one is the best for your app?

As for today, we have several options to host our application, the big providers always offer solutions that fit our needs and try to make our lives easier. In a world where we have a lot of offers, how do we select the right one for our case? With the past of time, we’ve got some experience on this topic and we’ll love to share it with you. Identify your use case We should admit the there is a difference…

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The “shards pattern” in distributed systems

The “shards pattern” in distributed systems

When we talk about distributed systems we have to think about availability and load distribution all across our servers. While the replica pattern is important in this matter, to split our services in “shards” is something that can help us to maintain a good level of service for our users. A use case for the shards pattern Let’s suppose that we have a service with 3 big components or 3 big parts that compound it. Each component has a different…

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