Schlagwort: Developer Experience

Benefits of Collaboration

This article explains why working together as a team is better than working alone most of the time. It discusses how teamwork helps make better decisions, learn faster, and solve complex problems. You’ll also find tips on how to work well in a team and why it’s still okay to work alone sometimes.

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Selling DevEx Initiatives in Purpose vs. Profit-oriented Companies

The article looks at how companies, based on their main focus (either profit or purpose), approach Developer Experience (DevEx). It discusses the challenges and strategies of introducing DevEx initiatives in different company settings. The piece also highlights the importance of understanding a company’s stage and priorities when discussing DevEx. It’s a reflection on the balance between purpose and profit in the tech world.

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How BRYTER Achieved Increased Developer Experience, Ownership, Product Quality, and Engineering Effectiveness through Continuous Deployments

BRYTER, a German LegalTech company, improved how they update their software by moving to continuous deployments. This change allowed them to make updates faster, improve their software quality, and give their teams more control and understanding of the process. As a result, they saw fewer problems and could fix issues quicker.

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Improving Developer Experience: Starting with Psychological Safety, Team Stability, and Work-Life Balance

Improving Developer Experience is pivotal for fostering creativity and driving innovation. Rooted in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, this article delves into the essentials: psychological safety, where trust and open communication reign; team stability, ensuring productivity amidst consistent team dynamics; and work-life balance, prioritizing personal well-being alongside work responsibilities. Prioritize these, and witness enhanced performance, engagement, and overall organizational success.

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