best team ever (Apart from us of course) - Coggle Diagram
best team ever (Apart from us of course)
Team (People and interactions?)
End of sprint drinks (non-alcoholic is accepted) We should do this virually, even if its not as good as pub
A lot of trust
Asking for help when needed
When something is wrong, speaking up.
Helping each other, team effort, we all pull in one direction. Sacrifice individual goals for the team sprint goal as its over arching importance
Sharing Knowledge, new things
Show to the team what you have learnt, encourage a learning atmosphere, helps build T shaped people
Curiosity is encouraged and grown
should be admired in the team
Short and sweet :smiley:
Humour and fun
Creative expression :eggplant:
shiny makes us happy
Share thoughts/ understanding, design
Harder when we are working from home
prometheus monitor services
sentry for logs
AWS services, they provide a lot of info out the box, how do we combine this with non platform specific tools?
a whole ecosystem in itself, architecture?
simple and non blocking, low barrier of entry.
perfect team would actively be using all the tools they had
Mongo has some paid tools, mongo charts
gives stats about the data
provide simple view of : We have these placements of which these have been exported and these have not
show people outside the team what is going on and shows the improvements in defects and quality
give people confidence and assurance (Same for monitoring)
make data available to other teams in standardised way for them to do their own reporting if needed
right tool for job, well integrated
needs to fit well with everything else
strong use case and definition. eg could be does one thing very well
Closer to the edge?
Mindful of skillsets
They understand the tradeoff?
Security, bug fixes, blah blah blah :stuck_out_tongue:
get stuck with old tech where noone wants to join
Understand new patterns and appropriateness
Allow experimentation and actively encourage or enforce it?
How do we undestand whether we have our eyes open enough?
Do we need to identify who can be expedition leader? Who can help the team on the journey?
they would have an awesome technical architect who would cover when noone in the team could
Stack of non functional requirements to help product
Understand the value
Performance does it matter?
Show the value
User feedback? engagement
Understanding impact/context, clearly communicating
visibility and understanding, clear to everyone what's going on
Dashboard with figures
Validation of success rather than just errors
How many placements actually go through to ESR
Does fault tolerence/self heal help remove the need for exposing monitoring to humans
Want to see when things have failed even when they have run successfully?
How do we build intelligence into this? Not sure but intelligence is definitely what the monitoring of the best tech team ever would have
They would use practisi as the plural
Very impressive certificate and probably consultancy branded badge :stuck_out_tongue:
uses scrum as a guide
has it as a basis, but actually adapts based on what works well for them
focusing on value and being prepared to change whatever that means
Actually valuing common understanding and interactions over formal processes
that doesnt mean no formal processes, no documentation etc...
End user interaction, this should be the guide of what we are doing not an after thought
Can we build a group nominated end users. concept of featurte owners
Understand how people use it rather than how they were supposed to work is important
walking in someones shoes, really getting a view of what people do and how it impacts them is incredibly impoirtant
Free food, drinks fridge, no need left uncatered for. Barista on tap
break out spaces
Free to walk up
place to have a nap
not on the central line
Not always WFH
Access to everything from home is as in the office
office close to home
good pub close by
load of monitors, as many as you can connect to/want