In all my years in software development, I worked with or had project managers worked for me in various organizations. This experience have given me a certain view on what I see as a project manager key skill set.
By know you have probably heard about Scrum, one of the key principles of scrum is the strong fundamental principle in the power of self-organizing teams. If you have a ScrumMaster/Product Owner that has the tendency to micromanage, how can an agile team deal with it.
Last year I created this new website for cyclists, thelonelycyclist.org, initially I did all the work of setting up and developing plugins. The site needs a lots of work, and I needed someone to code new features, as I spend more time on running the website then getting time for coding new functionality or fixing existing bugs. So I decided to hire a developer, in this article I’m share the experience of how to hire a developer.
You work in an IT department on the business side as Project Manager, business analyst or anything related to project delivery. In your performance review, you been told you are not technical enough and need to improve.
The WebOps role is to work alongside the development team to build software services that are easy to deploy, operate, scale and are secure. A WebOps get to work in all areas of infrastructure, naturally progress further in areas of interest, while still gaining a broader knowledge across the spectrum.
I been using git for a while and I messed up a few times, especially on what branch I’m on and merging branches. The other day, I had checked out a branch and did some changes to my code, when I was done I wanted to merge the changes to the master.