For Ministry of Testing I’ve often thought about coaches for our team. It’s not something I’ve managed to look into in detail, but interesting to see a company offer it as a service. Guided is the easiest way to offer high quality and affordable coaching to all of your employees – https://www.getguided.co/
Stand-ups, planning, and retros are a tool and you should be putting a lot of thought into what tools you use. Source: https://medium.com/@jsonpify/you-dont-need-standup-9a74782517c1 It’s so easy to get carried away with doing all the things. Often you forget about what you actually need. At MoT we have very few meetings, once every week or two for
I should probably write one of these myself. But for now, it’s nice reading it from someone else’s perspective. Yes, indie businesses are all the rage at the moment. Little did I know I started one all those years back. One of the most hotly talked about topics in tech right now is starting an
So refreshing to read this. Would it be possible to see a movement towards a minimalistic web? So, with an internet connection faster than I could have thought possible in the late 1990s, what’s the score now? A story at the Hill took over nine seconds to load; at Politico, seventeen seconds; at CNN, over thirty seconds. This is the bullshit web.
I love reading stories of companies that don’t sell out and try to find their own creative way. It also makes me feel better about Ministry of Testing being a Wistia customer. 🙂 This shares how Wistia decided to take on debt instead of selling out. There were a few things within it that reminds me
Oh, I love the the visual aspect of this! Plus Lego! Bit Planner is a wall mounted time and resource planner. It’s made entirely of Lego bricks, and if you take a photo of it using our app all of the events and timings will be magically synchronised to an online, digital calendar. It makes
From a testing perspective I would love to know how many subjects within this TeachYourselfCS site that testers have gone to the effort to learn. Of course it depends, but how necessary/beneficial is it. (I haven’t tried to learn each topic in details, I find it overwhelming!) TL;DR: Study all nine subjects below, in roughly
This book is the companion volume to Google’s first book, Site Reliability Engineer‐ ing. To get the most out of this volume, we recommend that you have read, or can refer to, the first SRE book (available to read online for free at google.com/sre) Source: https://services.google.com/fh/files/misc/the-site-reliability-workbook-next18.pdf
RONALD REAGAN once quipped that they say hard work never killed anyone—“But I figure why take the chance?” Yet things have changed since “the Gipper” pretended to loaf in the Oval Office. Toxic work environments are as dangerous to health as second-hand smoke, argues Jeffrey Pfeffer, a professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business, in
A mansplaining chart. Created by Kim Goodwin.