Every successful Scrum project starts with a solid backlog of items. Developing a good backlog requires discipline and vision.
We have run a lot of successful projects with Trello following a rough
Kanban-style approach that focuses on continuous delivery. However, as we have
taken on projects that involve more people and have longer timelines, the process
and tooling left us wanting more.
In building wine.study, we quickly got to the point where we were experiencing a development bottleneck in the construction of components. This bottleneck occurred due to a number of reasons. We solved it with a live style guide.
As the demands for richer experiences on the web have increased we’ve explored a lot of different solutions and have recently settled in on ReactJS.
This year DjangoCon US was hosted in Philadelphia, PA, the city of brotherly love. Eldarion is proud to have been a part of this amazing conference.
This month Eldarion sponsored the Django Girls EuroPython 2016 workshop, which took place on July 17th in Bilbao, Spain.
Adding Pinax “likes”, “testimonials”, and “announcements” to a Django project.
This summer in Philadelphia, PA there will be great talks delivered by three
people that Eldarion is proud to count as part of our team. You should check
these talks out!