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Clean Agile: How best to run an Agile dev team remotely

 
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A lot of dev teams are forced to work remotely these days. Many might want to keep the option of working remotely even after the pandemic is over.

What is your advice to a team of developers who want to keep remote work as an option, and also use Agile methods? Any interesting lessons learned recently?

Regards, Slobodan
 
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Hi Slobodan

You may want to check out the remote work practices at GitLab. Their culture has a strong emphasis on all-remote work.


Cheers,
Greg
 
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Lots of very intentional collaboration and communication. One team I was on was fully virtual long before all this current-day stuff. We'd spend four to five hours a day on WebEx collaborating and mobbing/swarming on a story.
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