Agile, Experience Design, Software development

Code Less, Communicate More: The Advantages of Spec-First API Design

Developing robust and scalable REST APIs is a core challenge in software development. A rising methodology, the spec-first approach, also known as API-first or design-first, is gaining prominence for its effectiveness in crafting APIs that precisely meet requirements. This method revolves around the creation of a comprehensive API specification before any code is written. In […]

September 17, 2023


Project Risk Management

Abstract A well-planned and managed project is more likely to meet its objectives, stay on schedule, and come in on budget. Effective planning and management can help to mitigate risks, identify and address challenges, and ensure that the project stays on track. Since even the most well-developed projects will have the risks. The best way […]

September 10, 2023

Agile, Experience Design

Designing a multi layered API architecture: An easy way to code nice.

Introduction Writing perfect code is the dream of every developer. The definition of good code not only comprises running a functional code but also consists of writing code that is extensible, debuggable, logged, and catches exceptions well. Dividing it into multiple parts and making it maintainable reduces a lot of debugging. Since the code is […]

August 29, 2023

Agile, Corporate

Mastering the Team Development Process: Understanding Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing

Working in a team can be challenging. It is important for team members to work together cohesively and collaboratively to achieve a common goal. However, achieving this level of teamwork does not happen overnight. It takes time and effort for team members to get to know each other, understand each other’s strengths and weaknesses, and […]

April 15, 2023


Daily Stand-Up: A short, important & underrated event

Daily Stand-Up is the time when the team plans and revisits its plans for the ongoing sprint. This is commonly addressed using the following questions: What have you done since the last meeting to help the team meet their sprint goal? What will you do today? Any Impediments/blockers to your progress? Sounds Simple? Just 3 […]

February 8, 2023


Running Agile At Home

Agile is merely a philosophy of how to change the way we think about delivering value. Powerful ideas have grown from the original philosophy, namely frameworks, like Scrum and Kanban. For Running Agile at Home What you’ll need (it’s that simple): Wall space for a wallboard Stickies Sharpies/Pens Painters tape What you’ll need to decide: […]

January 20, 2023


Transitioning from a BA to a PM

If you are a business analyst (BA), you might have considered becoming a project manager (PM) at least once. Well if you are still thinking about it, you are in the right place. I have been in your shoes and have successfully transitioned to a Project Management role. Though it is not the only way […]

July 8, 2022

Agile, Cloud, DevOps

8 Important features on Azure DevOps

There are many factors which are important when choosing the proper service provider which is needed for hosting developer work. Azure DevOps is a tool which allows teams to plan their work, and host their code sets along with the deployment of their applications. This tool brings together the developers, project managers & other team […]

June 22, 2022

Agile, Covid 19, Digital Transformation

Remote Agile

Odds are that you are reading this from the comfort of your homes, instead of the office. Ever since the coronavirus struck the world, organizations across the world have embraced the work from home option. The fact that despite things returning to normal, a lot of organizations continue to work remotely, drops a hint on […]

by angana
May 18, 2022