As you may have read between the lines of our blog posts so far, we’re an agile team. We use Scrum to do our thing. In practice this means that instead of making rigid plans for a long time ahead and then following them, we split the work into iterations and try to adapt quickly as we learn more and the customer and market needs change.
This is how it works. We split our release projects into (usually) one month sprints. In the beginning of each sprint, we select the most important things to work on next and do detailed planning only for them. As you have probably noticed, we also strive to have some new features ready and released every sprint. The main idea here is to get feedback for the things we do as quickly as possible so that we can learn and adapt accordingly.
The point of this post is just to make sure you know we really (yes, rly :)) appreciate every little piece of the feedback you have sent us so far and hope you keep it up!