At Revelry, Product Management plays a critical role in helping deliver custom software that supports business success. Charged with directing priorities, ensuring product priorities remain a part of the vision, and keeping projects running smoothly and efficiently, our PMs are pretty amazing. They share some of what they know in the blog posts below.
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At Revelry, we use BDD for all members of the team — and yes, that team includes our clients — so that everyone is clear about the intended user experience in the final product. Revelry’s flavor of BDD is a process for describing software features that is biased toward user’s actions and the results of those actions.
Sometimes, clients even say “but I don’t care about the commitment.” Firstly, I question whether that is true deep down. It’s hard for me to imagine someone paying a significant amount of money to have a problem solved,and then not caring when that solution ships, or even which parts of the solution ship in which order.
I’ve chosen this specific list as part of an effort to foster a shared understanding of commonly used terms. This “glossary” doesn’t exist in a vacuum – it can (and should) continue to be challenged and evolve over time as our understanding changes.
I, for one, am looking forward to the dawn of the metaverse, and I hope to see all of you on the other side.
Speaking up about potential challenges is a normal and important part of our process. When a teammate raises a fire drill, available or relevant teammates participate in the topic thread. Sometimes, we resolve the issue in a few minutes. And other times, we identify a major challenge and take the conversation to the product owner to discuss next steps.
For 200 years, VR technology progressed but was stymied by limitations in innovation. In Part 2 of this 3-part series, Curtis introduces you to the major players in Silicon Valley who moved VR forward.
You’re not alone. Jason has a lot of smart friends who are into cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. And he wanted to know what it is to get excited about, because blockchain technology is about to change everything.
It’s safe to say that Google is a household name. If you’ve never heard of it, let me help you. Despite the fact that…
Many elements of software development can be found in these 5 board games that enthusiast Brad Huber has carefully selected for your review. Have a look!
If you’ve ever wondered the difference between staging and production, or styles and UX, then this is for you!