communicationmatters

You’re doing scrum wrong, and here’s how to fix it

By focusing all of your energy on estimation, burn-down charts, and velocity, while ignoring the first principles of reflection, experimentation, and continuous improvement, you have effectively become the opposite of agile.

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Lingo Livers volunteer for the pursuit of lifelong learning

"This was not only a great way to bond with our team and get away from the grind of work, but a way to make a difference in someone’s day." - Aline Du, BDR

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Write code humans can understand

Being a programmer isn't just about writing code, but writing good and maintainable code.

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Staying motivated in your learning journey

The first stages of learning a new language are often exciting and challenging for students. However, over time, it may feel like their skills have reached a stall period, commonly referred to as a “plateau”.

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How to be a culturally aware manager

Managing a multicultural team: tips on how to be a culturally aware and inclusive manager.

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Let’s stop learned helplessness in software engineering

We teach managers how to treat us by what we tolerate.

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Cultural competency on a multinational team

If you’re working on or managing a multinational team, there's a good chance you have communication issues.

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Managing a global software development team

Devote time to acquaint the remote team with your company, its mission, and values. Outline the goals you wish to achieve and the philosophy behind the project.

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