Wanda Pease November 3, 2020 0 Comment

In November of 2018, Dev Technology Group had the honor of being ranked as the 26th Fastest Growing Company in the DC area by the Washington Business Journal. This was an exciting achievement

John Janek September 23, 2020 0 Comment

Dev Technology posted a press release yesterday about our 1st place win in the GSA Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Challenge. In the following article, reposted from LinkedIn, I discuss why our solution

The General Services Administration (GSA) awarded Dev Technology Group, Inc. (Dev Technology) first place in its recent challenge to develop an artificial intelligence (AI), or machine learning (ML) solution to review end-user license

John Janek March 19, 2020 0 Comment

Amidst the angst of global pandemic playing out like a game of the same name, you have found yourself either part of, leading, or coordinating remote teams. This isn’t for the faint of

John Janek December 18, 2019 0 Comment

Increase your security with a healthy dose of usability How often have you spent precious time typing information into a form online only to be confused by validation warnings, confounded by instructions, or

Master your Retrospective with a solid Understanding of the Basics and try Creative Techniques As one of the 5 scrum ceremonies, the retrospective plays the critical role of allowing the team to pause

Get the most out of your Sprint Retrospective with these 9 Tips A productive retrospective is highly valuable to a team. Make the most of your team's time with these tips to get

Seven ways to get the Most out of Sizing As we wrap up our series of posts on demystifying sizing and story points, here are some last tips for how to get the

How to Quickly get Started with Sizing a New Project Congratulations on your new project--now you have a bunch of user stories to size--and FAST! New projects are challenging because they may involve

New to sizing? Here is a fun way to get you started Estimation is hard. Often, teams can get bogged down in estimation paralysis. But there are methods to sizing to make the