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Jul 09 2019

Practices and Tools that Make for a Good Project

What makes for a good software project, from an engineering standpoint? There are projects that are a joy to work on, and others that are a drag. The industry has accumulated enough wisdom to be able to name a few practices that can help us keep our

Jeff Cole

AgileCode QualityTestingWeb ApplicationsCloud Solutions

Feb 13 2017

Being Agile — and Gray

For all of us “mature” folk working hard to create value with technology, it is important to remember that the “A” word (agile) is nothing to be afraid of. You don’t have to unlearn everything you know, find brain space for a whole new lexicon, or

Duncan Shaw

Product ManagementBusinessAgileProduct

Jan 25 2016

Shipping and building, into the New Year

At the end of each year, we like to thank our clients for the opportunities we’ve had to produce awesome work, grow as individuals, and as a company. It seemed fitting that after having such a successful year to put some extra effort into showcasing

Matt Rossi

DesignEngineeringReactIterationAgile

Sep 30 2015

Part 3: A review of “Agile! The Good, the Hype and the Ugly.”

Welcome back to my 3-part review of Bertrand Meyer's, Agile! The Good, the Hype and the Ugly. As a quick refresher, last time, in part 2, I took a look at what Meyer considers “hyped” about agile methods. In part 1, I took a look at Meyer’s take on

Drew Jankowski

AgileProduct ManagementProduct

Sep 24 2015

Part 2: A review of “Agile! The Good, the Hype and the Ugly."

Welcome back to my three-part review of Bertrand Meyer's, Agile! The Good, the Hype and the Ugly. As a quick refresher, last time I took a look at what Meyer considers "ugly" about agile methods. This week I’ll take a look at what Meyer considers

Drew Jankowski

AgileProduct ManagementProduct

Sep 10 2015

Review: Agile! The Good, the Hype and the Ugly (1/3)

At MojoTech, we constantly evaluate our processes and tools to improve the way we build great products for our clients. We follow the Agile Methodology but employ its various techniques dependent on the needs of an individual project. Opinions

Drew Jankowski

AgileProduct ManagementProduct