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How One Jira Ticket Made My Employer $1MM/Month: 7 Metrics that Actually Matter — JavaScript Scene — Medium

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/06/09

I fully agree with Kevin Powick who wrote Good article. Not only applicable to commercial website development, but almost all commercial software.

“You only get what you measure, so be careful what you measure.”

How One Jira Ticket Made My Employer $1MM/Month: 7 Metrics that Actually Matter — JavaScript Scene — Medium

And more highly valuable tips when writing any type of software.

Somewhere in the middle are his golden additions to the Agile values:

Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
Working software over comprehensive documentation
Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
Responding to change over following a plan

If that doesn’t look familiar, you really need to read this.

I’ll add some more of my favorite dev team values:

Skills over titles
Continuous delivery over deadlines
Support over blame
Collaboration over competition

After that he focuses on a few of them explaining where you could go completely wrong and how to do it “the right way”.

Highly recommended reading.

–jeroen

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