Ask 18F — What’s the difference between a Contracting Officer’s Representative and a Product Owner on agile software development projects?
March 10, 2020
Ask 18F is an advice column that answers questions sent in by federal employees. In this edition, we’ll talk about the difference between a Contracting Officer’s Representative and a Product Owner on agile software development projectsContinue reading about Ask 18F — What’s the difference between a Contracting Officer’s Representative and a Product Owner on agile software development projects?
March 5, 2020
In software, a README is the documentation that tells you how to start using and understanding a new piece of software. In an organization, a personal README is a way to tell your coworkers how they can best communicate with you, work with you, give you feedback, and support you.Continue reading about READMEs for you and me
February 27, 2020
Mixed methods is an approach in the social sciences in which you gather both quantitative and qualitative data in an effort to make more informed and integrated interpretations based on the combined strengths of both types of data.Continue reading about Areas for growth part 2: mixed methods
February 20, 2020
Continual Appreciative Dialogue (CAD) is the practice of expressing recurring praise or gratitude to a teammate or collaborator in conversation and throughout a working relationship. The practice of CAD is special because it is uncommon.Continue reading about Areas for growth part 1: Continual appreciative dialogue
February 18, 2020
Need to put a form on a government website? Don’t want to do all the paperwork to buy an expensive CMS? Consider Federalist!Continue reading about Forms Resource for Federalist Users
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