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Gone are the days of endless meetings of tech teams pouring over project timelines, only to see the first version of their product released months or years later. With Agile officially embraced by most Fortune 500 firms, I can confidently say it is mainstream now. So, it’s worth taking a minute to highlight just how much of an impact Agile has had on the world of tech. There are many reasons why Agile has changed tech teams forever. Here are 9 of them:
This post originally appeared on Medium here. Technology is eating the world more and more every year. So, it should come as no surprise that as companies seek expert guidance and capacity for their software engineering teams, Agile software consulting companies are on the rise. With so many choices, choosing the best Agile software consulting company to partner with your team can seem daunting. To help you navigate the lay of the land here, we’ve compiled this guide on the various types of Agile engineering expertise you’ll find in the top agile software consulting companies today.
Steve Lohr wrote a great piece for the New York Times today, called “Hot Spot for Tech Outsourcing: The United States”
The words “innovation” and “scale” are at direct conflict with one another. Innovation is messy, it’s inefficient. In contrast, “scale” requires efficiency.
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I love the book The Mythical Man-Month by Fred Brooks. It explains that adding more people to a late software project only serves to makes it later.
Life moves fast. It’s something we’re always told, and at Stride we take that to heart. Founded just three years ago in 2014, we have already catapulted into one of the best Agile Software Development Consultancies in New York. We’re thrilled to share that Stride was ranked as the #2 Customer Software Developer in NYC on Clutch’s Top New York City Agencies & Developers 2017.
This post originally appeared on Medium here. As much as I’m a huge fan of Gimlet and their new Brooklyn-based podcast Startup, I have a major issue with Season 5, Episode 4 — Running a Family and a Business. In this episode, executive coach Jerry Colonna chats with Diana Lovett, a female founder and mother, who shares that being a mom and entrepreneur is challenging.
We’re here to settle the debate once and for all.