One of the key values of our company is to Dominate. Dominate everything you do, take extreme ownership, and continuously push your knowledge and abilities to new levels. A Full Stack mentality enables Domination. Rather than limiting yourself to exclusively Backend Engineer or Frontend Engineer, you are a Full Stack Engineer, capable of learning what is needed in any part of the Stack and implementing it yourself. Commit, and don’t sell yourself short. Cloud technologies, like these 5, have been providing fantastic building blocks that enable engineers to build across the Stack more easily than ever. We previously discussed the benefits of Full Stack Engineering that your company will get. Now let’s talk about how it’s valuable to you and your career growth. It's a great time to be an engineer, so unshackle yourself, and be a Full Stack Engineer.
As a business that needs to deliver quickly, we like to keep as much of our focus as possible on our products and services. We believe in Full Stack Engineering and prefer SaaS technologies that enable our team to own delivering end-to-end. Every book or blog post on startups you read will, rightly, tell you to build what's special about you, and to use vendors for undifferentiated heavy lifting. At Hakkiri, we’ve benefited a lot from this mindset and wanted to share the technologies that most accelerated our MVP to market.
Welcome to Hakkiri’s Engineering blog! At its core, Hakkiri was founded with the mission to help agile teams thrive by seamlessly creating delivery insights while teams stay focused on delivering product.
Our last post discussed how The Agile Program Manager is the most important role you don't have. Perhaps you're now convinced you need to establish an Agile Program and appoint yourself an Agile Program Manager. Here we discuss how to go about deciding who should fill the role and how to train them.
At Hakkiri, we have found that a powerful way to scale Agile successfully is to establish an Agile Program. In establishing this program, a key part is to ensure someone is given the role of the Agile Program Manager.
A lot is said in the world of Agile product development that there is no one-sized-fits-all approach. There is a lot of truth to this especially when you consider that each company has their own unique starting point. While this could imply that you need a highly customized approach, we at Hakkiri believe that there are some practical patterns to achieve Business Agility without it being as convoluted or daunting as many make it.
Robert Orefice will do a lightning talk on Diamonds in the Rough. Boost your Culture by Promoting from Within on 8/7 and James Smith will speak on 8/8 about If your product isn't enabled for CI/CD - stop everything and do it.