We understand how involved it can be as you acclimate to remote work culture, especially during times like these. With years of remote work under our belt, we’d like to help by sharing our own work from home setups and some of the tools and products that we love.
Productivity content on the Revelry Blog: Navigate our lab notes by using the tag system.
Our process requires trust and skill at context switching. Here are the best ways to make it easy for yourself and others to switch tasks and cope with juggling project work.
We communicate as a team on Slack the same way we would via any other form of communication—by following our Core Values.
There are so many features in WordPress, it’s impossible to know them all. The trick is to find the hidden gems that make your life easier.
There are many moving parts involved in product delivery. Ideally, we never utilize developer shortcuts or compromises. And even when we knowingly take shortcuts, the intention is always to come back and clean this up eventually.
When every day is “same same but different” as they say, it helps to rely on habits for staying on top of responsibilities. This way, we don’t slip into feeling reactive and stressed out with our workloads.
Maverick is a far more interesting read than the average business book. I heartily recommend it to anyone who wants to make their work place more energetic, effective, fair, and most of all, humane.
Aline wants you to go forth and be awesome, non-technical project managers: Acknowledge that learning new things is hard, be patient with yourself, and trust that the technical team will give you the same courtesy. Together, we make each other better. It’s the Revelry way.
If you take a cross-section of developers, you’ll find some very mixed opinions about pairing. Some devs hate it. Some devs write blog posts about how great it is. Why is this? Let’s chat about why pair programming is awesome, and what you can do to level up your skills.
We have daily standups. We tried adding a thing called a daily 4:20. But in the end, we decided to improve our ticket comment writing game. And Aline led the charge on the how and the why.