Agile continues to grow in importance as the software development project methodology of choice for technology organizations all over the industry. Scrum is one of the leading Agile frameworks, while Lean and Kanban are other popular examples.
The software development process has been around since the first computer program was written nearly 70 years ago.
Performance reviews – be they annual, quarterly or monthly – need to be based on actionable goals for the whole process to provide value to the company and the employee.
A well-written and easy to read technical résumé is an important part of any job search – the project manager role is no exception.
Determining your value – either to a current employer or potentially a new one – is an important part of developing a long-lasting and rewarding technology career.
While a great résumé helps you earn an interview for a project manager position, your performance when actually meeting with the company in question plays a bigger factor in a potential job offer.