What to do, what to do? One of your main question is right now: What should I do? What steps should I implement to strengthen by deliveries, trust and team. Who should I look for to help me?
The title of the post is a bit perverse, because of course there are many great places to live and work. But we will give you several reasons why we love Tricity and why it is fun to live here.
What is broken IT in modern company As everyone knows, feels, reads, “the IT” is already a key for company’s growth. It should help in better service for clients, introducing new products or features, cooperating with other companies. But what if face “broken IT” in your organisation.
As part of our cycle “Women in IT”, we invite you to read the conversation with an economist, researcher and lecturer Dr. Zofia Łapniewska. We have just started a series of posts about women in the IT industry. This sector is still dominated by men. Why are there so few women in professions related to technical sciences? It seems to me that above all stereotypes and prejudices operate here.Fewer women study STEM (although they achieve better results in maths as teenagers around the world, as tested by the University of Missouri researchers), yet, more and more decide to do so, thanks to campaigns such as “girls for universities of technology” consistently run for over 10 years.
As part of our cycle “Women in IT”, a conversation with two great and dynamic Product Owners: Gosia Gulgowska-Kowalska and Olga Springer. We invite you to read:) Where did your interest in the IT industry come from? Olga Springer, Head of Product, SentiOne:
Economic activity usually affects the environment and often also generates certain problems, such as environmental pollution or the use of natural resources by the company. As a result, many companies in the world have decided to incorporate strategic principles of corporate social responsibility into their programs, which may be an important element of their development.
You may have heard about Joel Spolsky’s “12 Steps for Better Software” (Spolsky, 2005, pp. 29-42). Joel Spolsky is a programmer, writer and author of the extremely popular programming blog Joel on Software. Spolsky developed a test evaluating the quality of the development team. As the author himself says, the test is “very imperfect”, but its biggest advantage is that it takes less than three minutes, and in saved time, according to Spolsky, you can safely finish the medical school.
“A programmer is sitting in front of the computer. A wife approaches him and gives him coffee. He tries and says: – You know I drink with sugar … – I know … But I wanted to hear your voice … “ There are some stereotypes associated with each professional group, but a a lot of them associated with the IT industry. What are the most popular stereotypes of programmers and how much truth is in it ? 😉