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  • GitHub’s Journey From Monolith to Microservices

    This article explores GitHub's recent journey towards a microservices architecture. It takes a deeper look at GitHub’s historical and current state, goes over some internal and external factors, and discusses practical consideration points in how Github tackled their migration, including key concepts and best practices of implementing microservices architecture.

  • How to Work Better Together: Building DEI Awareness in Tech

    We have a diversity problem in technology. Many of our visions and standards of success are centered around one group of people, even though there are many groups contributing to global advancement and growth. The main reason for this is legacy, similar to legacy code. We can overcome this inherited debt by educating ourselves and planning time to do work to rebuild and replace our “legacy code”.

  • Outcome Mapping - How to Collaborate with Clarity

    To truly improve, organizations need to deliver change to people, process, and tools. To make change effective, they need to identify where that change is needed, what the map of their current state looks like, and what is the best next step to make progress. Outcome mapping helps align teams to a clear goal, gain an understanding of the landscape, and develop a clear plan of action.

  • Lessons Learned about Developer Experience from the Platform Adoption Metrics @ Naranja

    With the intent of improving the product-based approach to their internal platform, Naranja has implemented an automated metrics solution that captures essential figures that describe how their teams are doing in terms of adoption, up-to-dateness and applicability of the solutions their Developer Experience creates. This enables better collaboration on their technology roadmap.

  • Moving into "Modern Test Leadership"

    Test management is dead; it just really needs to evolve. Test Leadership means focusing more on raising the awareness of testing across an organisation, and coaching/mentoring your team to be passionate advocates for quality. As a test leader, you need to learn to adapt to remain relevant, take time to self-reflect on what is important to you, and build personal leadership values.

  • DEI Is Rooted in Justice: Stop Making it about Profit

    Diversity, equity, and inclusion practices exist for the betterment of every single person within a company from the ground floor to the glass ceilings. Don't build a case for diversity, equity, and inclusion. You are an establishment that depends on other humans to operate your business and bring success. Their sense of belonging, inclusion, and psychological safety is your direct responsibility.

  • Seven Key Insights of Product Management

    What a product manager does and how they do it seems like a perennial question, an ongoing discussion, often ending in debate. This changes depending on factors such as the size and culture of the company, the industry or sector, the business model, where the product is in its lifecycle, and the type of product. What doesn’t change is they’re always thinking about customer and business needs.

  • Facilitating Feedback That's Psychologically Safe

    This article focuses on feedback with regards to a plan or proposal - ways to make it easier to give and receive feedback, so the psychological safety of the team can increase. The aim is to give you insights, models, structures and practical things to try, in order to facilitate feedback that boosts psychological safety in your team(s).

  • Cultivate Team Learning with Xtrem Reading

    To thrive in the 21st century, companies have to continually enhance their capabilities to create what they want to create. Becoming a learning organization is key to success in the modern world. Peter Senge defined 5 disciplines of a learning organization. This article introduces workshop techniques that will help you start your journey in the 4th discipline, team learning.

  • Augmenting Organizational Agility Through Learnability Quotient (LQ) - an Architect’s Perspective

    By creating a robust learning framework for the organization, and involving architects and other key technical leaders, Halodoc improved their organizational agility.

  • Applying Lean Tools and Techniques to Scrum

    This article focuses on some of the challenges that Scrum is facing and how Lean can be a complementary approach. Lean is often misunderstood as a heavyweight process when in fact it is a philosophy, one that is grounded in continuous improvement. The topic of waste, a central theme that Lean helps focus on, shows us that Scrum can be improved upon.

  • Paving the Road to Production

    Coinbase has gotten much from its deploy pipelines. We deploy thousands of servers across hundreds of projects per day, to serve our millions of customers and their billions in assets. This article explores the journey Coinbase took to get where it is now, it describes their paved roads and how they've had to change over time in response to their company growing.

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