Task completion reporting may not be the most interesting part of the software development process, but when it’s done right it can be both effective and effortless, significantly speeding up internal testing and customer acceptance. Good reporting ensures that everyone is on the same page, minimizes guesswork, and allows you to identify potential misunderstandings. It also helps to make sure that work reported as finished is actually done. In the end, it contributes to speeding up the development process and shortening time to market for new features. To make it happen, I suggest introducing 6 simple rules of good task completion reporting.
Posts tagged "teamwork"
In September we are celebrating the birthday of Accesto, this year we will turn 7. For me it's a double anniversary because a year ago in September I joined the team. Using this opportunity, I would like to summarize this period as well as show how our work looks like from the inside.
A few months back, we were sharing our office with two developers from another company. For a month they worked on a project with us. At that time we had six employees at the office plus two developers working remotely.