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By: Melissa K.

20*2=600

No, that’s not a typo! Twenty of our employees, with their two hands, helped to assemble 600 stockboxes for the Hunger Task Force in order to feed low-income seniors in our community! And they had a blast!

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By: Melissa K.

Team outing – go karts and laser tag

To get out of the office and relieve some stress, the team took a trip to Lightspeed Go Karts and Laser Tag.

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By: Jason R.

Tips for prioritizing a backlog

One of the most important concepts for maintaining a product backlog is ensuring that everything (or at least enough for the next couple of sprints) is prioritized. I’ve seen that this can be pretty tough for some people, so here are a few tips.

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By: Jason R.

To be a good product owner, be a FLAKE

In a model like Red Arrow’s, we’re working with new clients and new markets all the time. We do a good job of picking up the business from our clients, but fully understanding and absorbing the subject matter to become an expert can take a lot of time – often longer than our projects even last. In t…

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By: Red Arrow Labs

What size is the right size for a user story?

We’ve recently hired another business analyst, and I’m excited to work with her to explain how we do user stories here. I worked with this analyst at a previous employer, and the way we approached user stories there was significantly different than at Red Arrow.

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