This week, Devbridge Group celebrates its birthday: Nine years of making great things. In that time, software and technology have changed drastically. So has Devbridge. To celebrate nine years in business, it’s the perfect time to reflect on those changes and look ahead at what’s to come. We asked some of our senior leadership what has changed the most in nine years. The answer? In short, everything.
Four years ago, Devbridge adopted Scrum as a process for driving development. However, we're constantly reevaluating our processes to ensure they produce the best, most efficient products possible. In this post, one of our senior software engineers shares some things he's learned in those four years. These ideas can help build better backlogs and engage development teams. To not just build products, but own them.
Throughout the past year, Devbridge Group has seen rapid, exciting growth. That growth is fueled by our energetic and talented team—our people make us successful. In a new video, we asked our Chicago team what it’s like working at Devbridge. Here’s what they had to say.
Most of the software, computer systems, devices, and digital interfaces that we constantly interact with have a shocking number of qualities in common with people who are psychologically classified as psychopaths. Despite increased awareness, discourse, and focus on “user-centered” design, people are continually exposed to what can be defined as psychopathic interfaces. Find out if your software is a psychopath with our 16-point checklist.