Chaotic scene with computers, headphones, computers and other devices on a table
Chaotic scene with computers, headphones, computers and other devices on a table
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TL;DR: Using a mixture of automation, manual processes and explicit and implicit allocation of effort, we incrementally improve our technology. In doing so, we continue to simplify the lives of our engineers and increase the value of our technology. 📈

The early days of a technology startup can and are likely to be scrappy, with various trade-offs being made. Generally speaking, these trade-offs almost always involve trading best practices for speed to market — to test the core business hypothesis. However, once the hypothesis is proven, some level of effort is required to unwind these trade-offs.

This effort can range…


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Team sitting around a table watching a presenter pointing to sticky notes on a wall
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TL;DR: 6-week tranches are 🔥. You won’t look back.

We’ve created a strong culture of experimentation at Six Park, one that we are fiercely proud of. It’s allowed us to experiment with various technologies, ways of working, and more.

One such experiment is the capped 6-week product delivery experiment.

A luxury we can’t afford with a team of our size or a company of our size is the luxury of waste. Waste comes in many forms. In this instance, waste takes the shape of pre-emptive feature building. You can read more about YAGNI/XP here.

There are various ways you can…

Adrian CB

@sixpark CTO

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