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Tips for your first project in a software development team

Tips for your first project in a software development team

Starting to work in a team is hard for some of us. In the beginning, we are (badly) used to work alone and to know everything about the project we are working on (basically because we built it completely). So if it’s the first time you’ll work on a project with other people, please take these tips in the count before you start. Communication is the key One thing that we’ve learned with the time is that your perspective is your…

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Launch now!

Launch now!

Some of us are stuck in a situation that doesn’t make us happy: the product is never good enough to go to the market. Or at least that’s what we think. The reality is that a lot of products are “good to go” sooner than we imagine, but the creator is the only one who is not comfortable with it, so he/she continues adding features before launching the product. We don’t need to tell you what’s going to happen with…

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Collecting users feedback directly from Confluence

Collecting users feedback directly from Confluence

Users feedback recollection is a great strategy to find out what to do next in your product; basically because if we focus on building features that our users are asking for or the bugs that they are reporting, the chance to target the product and make it useful to our users is bigger. In one of the teams I worked for in the past years we adopted an interesting strategy for this end. This is what we did. Google Form setup…

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