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Maybe it sounds childlish, but this presentation is about understanding each other. And no, I didn't come up with this idea after watching one of the disney movies but after struggling with the same mistakes over and over.
Understanding a project: magic tip to improve your software development process
Understanding a projectmagic tip to improve your software development process
This presentation is not about• Process. A process is good and make us feel safe, but often slows us down.• Estimations and specifications. A good plan helps us deliver what we planned, but not the best product. And often just limits our creativity.• Communication. If you have problems with communication then, well, just start to communicate, duh.
So what is it about?• Understanding each other• Stepping out of a comfort zone• Learning to code, design, UX, sales of your product• Learning that the way to communicate better is to put yourself in someone elses shoes
Do you have any idea how other team members work look like?• We stick only to our narrow competences: Code, graphic design, UX, sales, marketing• We know the results of work of the others, but don’t know why they do something this way and not that way• We often forget that the result we all want is the best product ever created, not just ours part in it
If the whole product is not great, nothing is Not seeing the product as aintegrity is a common cause of failure
Learn and understand things outside your comfort zone• Developers, learn some design. Designers, learn basics of html/css at first. Product owners, learn something more than just owning• Share competences• The whole team have to understand the idea behind your application. How can your team love the product if they dont understand its purpose?
What will you gain?• You will understand why and how, not only what.• You will start questioning. Why do we implement this feature? Why do we use this template? Why dont we make it simpler? Is there any faster/better way to do it?• You will think how to make life easier for the other team members. A well prepared PSD. A well described feature.
Developers vs designers Life example: our designer made stunning design withbeatiful shadows behind buttons. He doesn’t know that we can implement in CSS only 90degrees shadow and made 70 instead. Seems like little thing, but you get the idea?
Project manager vs developerSometimes it seems that certain feature will take only fewminutes to implement. But moving this form 50 pixels left will aﬀect responsive design and instead of 10 minutes it will take 2 hours of developers precious time. Knowingwhat obstacles you can encounter, helps you avoid wasting time.
Product owner vs teamWhen we share only features to implement, not ideas behind them, we loose the power of finding better solution. "Do this or that" is far worse than "i wantaccomlish this in that way. Any ideas how to make in simplier?"
What next?• Step out of your comfort zone and start learning other things. You won’t become an expert, but it’s not the point.• Try to understand what are the reason of every decision• Think how your decisions will aﬀect other areas of the product and other people work
Step out of your comfort zone and to start to understand each other!
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