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Sprint Planning Types

Sprint Planning Types

More and more teams in the field of IT and not only, prefer to conduct projects based on Agile and SCRUM methodologies. One of the most important parts of these methodologies is sprint planning, which includes time assessment, priority analysis, and at this stage, preliminary distribution of tasks in the development team is possible.

Anastasiia Nabatova
June 22, 2020
Story Points - how to evaluate the task correctly

Story Points - how to evaluate the task correctly

To achieve certain goals by the deadline and a productive work of the team, various methods of assessment and determination of terms are used in the work. Today we’ll talk about one of them - it’s called Story Points, one of the methods for task assessment.

Anastasiia Nabatova
June 16, 2020
Improving the website loading speed 6 simple steps

Improving the website loading speed 6 simple steps

Many developers ignore the importance and need to improve site loading speed, throw it into a black box and never open it again. Because there is no certainty that it can bring any positive result. Today I will tell you about a few things to improve productivity that can be implemented right now by any developer. 

Artyom Nishchuk
June 11, 2020
What it takes to build a learning platform from scratch? What you need to know

What it takes to build a learning platform from scratch? What you need to know

It is not an easy question to answer, but reading a case of a successfully launched educational platform to Russian language startup will give you some insight on building such product.

Atobek
June 8, 2020
JavaScript Modules

JavaScript Modules

JavaScript modules are simple files where you can place anything you want like functions, arrays, classes, and use them anywhere in your application.

Artyom Nishchuk
May 28, 2020
Don't always pass the ability when authorizing some action in Laravel

Don't always pass the ability when authorizing some action in Laravel

When authorizing ability from the controller via authorize method and not passing the ability, Laravel will assume the ability from the controller method name. So you can omit the Policy method name.

Artyom Nishchuk
May 25, 2020