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Best Practices, Culture, DevOps

3 Types of Culture

We’ve all heard culture is vital to creating and sustaining a healthy organization. It was...

Best Practices, Scrum, Software Development, Technical Debt

Scrum and Technical Debt Payments

In my previous post, I talked about a establishing a debt payment plan. On Scrum...

Best Practices

Lessons Learned: Working with Interns

A few months ago, we shared our thoughts on the most critical elements for a...

Agile, Best Practices, Culture, Scrum

The Agile Mindset: Being Before Doing

Is your organization Agile? When we ask this question to organizations we often hear that,...

Best Practices

14 Quick Tips for a Top Workplace

The Washington Post just ranked Excella Consulting the #14 Top Mid-Sized Workplace. That inspired me...

Best Practices, Communications, Software Development, UI/UX, User Experience

How to Personalize Your UX Service Offering

As we continue to grow at Excella, we strive to fine tune our UX service....

Best Practices, Software Development, Technical Debt

The Technical Debt Management Plan

In the previous blog, we looked at how when we don’t actively manage our debt,...

Best Practices, Software Development, Technical Debt

The Vicious Cycle of Technical Debt

In my previous post, we looked at the difference between good technical debt and bad...

Best Practices, Software Development, Technical Debt

Good Technical Debt vs. Bad Technical Debt

In my previous post, we defined technical debt and saw that not all technical debt...

Agile Requirements, Best Practices

Building the Right Thing

In software development, we can create an elegant solution. But if it doesn’t do what...

Best Practices, Software Development, Technical Debt

What is Technical Debt?

In my previous posts, we looked at symptoms of bad code and reasons we write...

Best Practices, Software Development, Technical Debt

Top 5 Reasons Writing Bad Code Happens

In my previous post, I discussed symptoms of bad code. Here I’m going to look...