Embedding innovation into business culture by Sngular
Sngular inaugurates its new Pittsburgh office with a keynote speech and roundtable discussion about innovation with a Keynote delivered by renowned international speaker, former banking executive and fintech expert Scarlett Sieber.
Trends for technological projects in 2020 by Sngular
To kick off the new decade, at Sngular we decided to bring together our teams to identify the most relevant trends in business and technology. After some interesting discussions, we’ve come up with six main factors that organizations should keep in mind before embarking on new digital projects this year.
Leading individuals, not managing masses by Gabriela Arriaga
The main challenge for new management and leadership is not the project itself, but the people involved in it. That’s why it’s key to keep them motivated, focused, empowered, committed, confident and comfortable to meet each of the project’s goals.
Clean Merging by Germán Rodríguez
The merging process is a way to increase the git history by adding features from a forked version. The git merge command lets you integrate a new development with the previous version. This article will show you how to take advantage of git to create a useful and confident history of the team’s increments through a process that goes one step beyond what is commonly used in a merge.
5 rules to master product backlog management by Manuel Panizo
The product backlog is not only a powerful tool under agile and the Scrum framework, it is also the product owner’s best artifact to promote focus, transparency and collaboration. With this article, we wanted to help product owners go one step further by sharing strategies for product backlog management that can only be learned through experience.
Kotlin: A good idea by Luis Sedano
Since Google’s Android team announced at the Google I/O keynote 2017 its “first-class support for Kotlin,” or, even a little before that for the bravest developers, adopting Kotlin for Android development has been (and still is) a good idea.
For humans: a monthly UX Research reading list by Sarah Rink
Yes, we know that you know what UX is, but imagine someone is talking to you about UX research… does most of it go through one ear and out the other? We understand, it even happens to us sometimes! But not to fear, we’ve created For Humans: a monthly U...
Five books to get you started on UX Research
One of the main obstacles we face when it comes to talking about (and selling!) UX Research to our clients is a lack of knowledge and the misperception that the discipline involves some sort of woo-woo. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. What is true is that the professionals involved...