Tag #feedback (32 Results)

practice Practices 29


  • T Test Cards
    In a Lean Startup setting, it’s important for you to validate your business ideas before scaling them.
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  • S Staged Rollout
    A Staged Rollout is a method of updating your application, while reaching only a certain percentage of users.
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  • K Kanban
    Kanban is an agile method similar to Scrum but it is less structured (no specific timeframe) and it is based on a list of items to do.
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  • L Lean Canvas
    Lean Canvas is a very useful visual planning method.
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  • I Icebreaker
    An icebreaker is an activity or game designed to "break the ice" between attendees in a meeting.
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  • P Product Owner
    Product Owner (PO) is responsible for maximizing the value of the product created by a Scrum Development Team.
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  • W Waterfall
    The Waterfall methodology is a linear project management approach where customer's requirements are collected at the beginning of the project.
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  • O Operations Logbook
    Operations Logbook allows you to collect, store, and share data in real time and dig your historical data easily.
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  • D Design Thinking
    Design Thinking involves developing design concepts that are user-centric by applying cognitive, strategic, and practical processes.
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  • R Retrospective
    A retrospective is an opportunity for the team to inspect itself and create a plan for improvements to be included in the next Sprint.
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  • S Smoke Testing
    A Smoke Test is aimed to verify that the most important features of the product really work.
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  • R Respectful Code Reviews
    Code review helps you to improve the quality of software projects.
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  • Runbook
    A Runbook (also referred to as a playbook) is a compilation of procedures and operations that describe how to run a computer system or network.
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  • D Devops
    DevOps is a set of practices that combines the work of two teams: software development (Dev) and information technology operations (Ops).
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  • L Linting
    Lint, or a Linter, is a very useful tool for automated analyzing of your source code to look for bugs and stylistic errors.
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  • P Pilot Project
    Pilot projects verify new functionalities or applications under real-time operating conditions implemented in a sample of clients.
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  • F Feedback
    One essential aspect of any work is feedback.
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  • C Clickable Prototype
    A Clickable Prototype shows a visual representation of the user interface of a website or software application.
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  • R Release Management
    Release management is the process of going through the necessary steps to deploy a software build through different stages and environments; in preparation for its release.
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  • F Fail Fast
    Debugging can be very annoying.
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  • H Home Office
    Home office represents working from a person's residence for official business purposes.
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  • P Penetration Testing
    Penetration Testing is a practice of testing a computer system, network or a web application to find flaws and potential security vulnerabilities.
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  • D Documentation Testing
    Documentation testing is a few processes of continuous feedback gathering and documentation improvements based on feedback.
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  • M Mentoring
    Mentoring is a supportive learning relationship between a caring individual (mentor) and another individual (mentee).
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  • P Pair Programming
    Pair programming is a practice of two programmers working together on the same task at a single computer.
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  • C Code Review
    A Code Review is a software quality assurance practice in which developers check each other’s code, usually before merging the code.
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  • M MVP
    The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) represents a concept from Lean Thinking that emphasizes the impact of learning in new product development.
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  • S Scrum
    Scrum is a framework focused on a productive and creative delivery of complex products with an emphasis on the highest possible value.
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  • P Proper Bug Reporting
    Bug reports are descriptions of bugs found by testers - they help to understand where the product lacks its functionality or performance.
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problem Problems 3


  • L Long Feedback Loops
    Long Feedback Loops mean that the delay between actions and reactions increases and the team becomes frustrated and demotivated.
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  • B Bad Product-Market Fit
    Bad product-market fit means that the market does not want your product.
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  • U Unhappy Clients
    No matter how good you are at what you do, sooner or later you'll come across an unhappy client.
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