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On exponential scales, agile development has been popularizing and gaining great prominence in the productive methods of companies and businesses. The main objectives pursued in this technique are to improve productivity, quality and cost reduction. With just this brief description, it’s not too difficult to understand why agile software development is dominating the market today. […]

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  • Software development

Despite being a “new” team configuration for companies, this concept has been around since the 1970s. Initially, some companies like Fuji and Toyota used this model. In current scenarios, many organizations and startups are implementing multidisciplinary teams in their business models, such as Spotify. By separating your employees into small teams, you can count on […]

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  • Methodologies

Have you ever thought that the Scrum method is not unique and exclusive to projects? Although it is a commonly used practice for projects, it is possible to apply Scrum in other contexts, such as day-to-day tasks.Neste artigo vamos trazer o Scrum sendo aplicado em algo que muitos amam: restaurantes!  Let’s call our study an […]

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  • Methodologies

Due to the impact that COVID-19 has had on companies, the challenge arises of overcoming the restriction of working in person with teams and in the day-to-day of being effective and efficient remotely; this also includes agile retrospective meetings. One of the Agile Manifesto principles is: “The most efficient and effective method of transmitting information […]

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  • User Experience and Design Thinking

What do Design Thinking, Agile, and User Experience have in common when managing your projects and teams? Here are my thoughts: We live in a time when we expect technology to bring more and more personalized experiences in a faster and more simple and intuitive way. The way we consume products and services changes faster […]

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  • Methodologies
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Within the universe of Agile Methodologies, we can work with several frameworks. One of them is Kanban, pointed out as one of the most used methods by the 10th annual report of the agile state. And that’s what we’re going to talk about in this article. What is the Kanban Method Kanban is a set […]

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  • Software development

Over the years, complex Android applications have been created using several existing architectures such as Model-View-Controller, Model-View-Presenter, and Model-View-ViewModel. The emergence of Clean Architecture by one of the biggest influencers in the global development community, Robert C. Martin, also known as Uncle Bob, author of a book on this topic, contributed to creating an architecture […]

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  • Methodologies
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Disciplined Agile Delivery (DA) is an agile methodology that works as a toolkit/strategy which assists in the company’s decision-making, considering the size of the team and other specificities of the organization’s context. This framework organizes, simplifies and streamlines an organization’s processes in a personalized way, respecting the WoW – Way to Working of each company. […]

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  • Digital Transformation
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Agile transformation must be planned and executed by professionals in the business, development and operations areas. In a cross-functional team, they have the mission of optimizing the value chain in order to fulfill the wishes and needs of customers in effective solutions. The Kanban from the Inside, DevOps Handbook and Fit for Purpose books converge […]

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  • Methodologies

My journey with Kanban started in 2013, and since then, I have read several books on this matter. I will list ten books that I believe are necessary for anyone in the Kanban world or wanting to get into it in this post. I divided this post into three sections: Fundamentals, Practicing and Kanban, and […]

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  • Innovation and Management

The title is not a metaphor. In a project environment, people and the parts of the project that belong to them are a single entity. Indivisible. There is no work without a person behind it, and there is no work that can be done alone. The success of a project is a consequence, not a […]

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  • Software development
  • article
16/12/2020

On exponential scales, agile development has been popularizing and gaining great prominence in the productive methods of companies and businesses. The main objectives pursued in this technique are to improve productivity, quality and cost reduction. With just this brief description, it’s not too difficult to understand why agile software development is dominating the market today. […]

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  • Software development
16/11/2020

Despite being a “new” team configuration for companies, this concept has been around since the 1970s. Initially, some companies like Fuji and Toyota used this model. In current scenarios, many organizations and startups are implementing multidisciplinary teams in their business models, such as Spotify. By separating your employees into small teams, you can count on […]

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  • Methodologies
28/10/2020

Have you ever thought that the Scrum method is not unique and exclusive to projects? Although it is a commonly used practice for projects, it is possible to apply Scrum in other contexts, such as day-to-day tasks.Neste artigo vamos trazer o Scrum sendo aplicado em algo que muitos amam: restaurantes!  Let’s call our study an […]

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  • Methodologies
15/04/2020

Due to the impact that COVID-19 has had on companies, the challenge arises of overcoming the restriction of working in person with teams and in the day-to-day of being effective and efficient remotely; this also includes agile retrospective meetings. One of the Agile Manifesto principles is: “The most efficient and effective method of transmitting information […]

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  • User Experience and Design Thinking
25/03/2020

What do Design Thinking, Agile, and User Experience have in common when managing your projects and teams? Here are my thoughts: We live in a time when we expect technology to bring more and more personalized experiences in a faster and more simple and intuitive way. The way we consume products and services changes faster […]

Read More >
  • Methodologies
  • article
19/02/2020

Within the universe of Agile Methodologies, we can work with several frameworks. One of them is Kanban, pointed out as one of the most used methods by the 10th annual report of the agile state. And that’s what we’re going to talk about in this article. What is the Kanban Method Kanban is a set […]

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  • Software development
07/01/2020

Over the years, complex Android applications have been created using several existing architectures such as Model-View-Controller, Model-View-Presenter, and Model-View-ViewModel. The emergence of Clean Architecture by one of the biggest influencers in the global development community, Robert C. Martin, also known as Uncle Bob, author of a book on this topic, contributed to creating an architecture […]

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  • Methodologies
  • article
15/07/2019

Disciplined Agile Delivery (DA) is an agile methodology that works as a toolkit/strategy which assists in the company’s decision-making, considering the size of the team and other specificities of the organization’s context. This framework organizes, simplifies and streamlines an organization’s processes in a personalized way, respecting the WoW – Way to Working of each company. […]

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  • Digital Transformation
  • article
11/03/2019

Agile transformation must be planned and executed by professionals in the business, development and operations areas. In a cross-functional team, they have the mission of optimizing the value chain in order to fulfill the wishes and needs of customers in effective solutions. The Kanban from the Inside, DevOps Handbook and Fit for Purpose books converge […]

Read More >
  • Methodologies
19/11/2018

My journey with Kanban started in 2013, and since then, I have read several books on this matter. I will list ten books that I believe are necessary for anyone in the Kanban world or wanting to get into it in this post. I divided this post into three sections: Fundamentals, Practicing and Kanban, and […]

Read More >
  • Innovation and Management
10/07/2018

The title is not a metaphor. In a project environment, people and the parts of the project that belong to them are a single entity. Indivisible. There is no work without a person behind it, and there is no work that can be done alone. The success of a project is a consequence, not a […]

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