Lean thinking concept and the way from outsourcing to the product studio: Railsware contributed to the ITEM 2018 conference on October 14-15 in Dnipro, Ukraine.
on product management, engineering, design, culture and many more...
We’ll be glad to meet Ruby adepts at the first Pivorak conference where Artur Hebda will be sharing tips on using a product-centric approach while coding.
Value Proposition Canvas – a Tool to Understand Your Product’s Value from the Customer’s Perspective
Do you want to know your target users’ needs? The value proposition canvas can help with that. Discover more about this idea-validating tool for startups.
What is a lean canvas, why does it enjoy popularity, and how to use it – you’ll get the answers to these questions answered in the article.
Railsware supported RubyC – one of the largest European conferences devoted to Ruby. We engaged with Ruby community via #RWQUEST and sharing our vision on code in a product context.
Find out how Railsware defined its strategy with the help of each single employee. Here we describe the holacracy elements that helped us make it happen.
Join Railsware at RubyC 2018, where Artur Hebda will share his view on what brings value when writing code in a product context.
ITEM 2018 was held on March 24-25 in Kyiv with the participation of such names as Pinterest, Siemens, Microsoft, and others. Railsware pitched in as a partner and a co-organizer of a stream.
Join Railsware at ITEM 2018, where Yevhen Tsvetukhin will share our Product Management domain knowledge that helped us move from outsourcing to software consultancy model.