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Our look at the digital world

Read some of our thoughts, observations and opinions on the current world of Digital.

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How to make your service delivery Agile

Whilst a lot of our focus at Siteset is product development and innovation, our lifeblood is the delivery of our ongoing support and content management service. We have an experienced and highly skilled team of Client Service Administrators and ...

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Who’s got your back?

If I was to give the board at British Airways one piece of advice today it would be this; immediately sack your senior management because they are all incompetent. A bit drastic perhaps? Well I would argue not, and here is why. Look after ...

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The Pursuit of Quality

The pursuit of quality is a journey that will never end, purely because there is always more that can be done to improve the status quo. Much like pursuing the rainbow that stands at the horizon, we are never quite there even though we can make ...

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You wouldn’t build a house without an architect, so why build a webpage without one?

Some people use the seven Ps; Proper, Prior, Planning, Prevents, Piss, Poor, Performance. But I prefer that to assume will make an ass out of you and me. Either way, the general gist is the same, that if you don’t prepare properly then ...

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To boldly go...the trials and tribulations of a first Angular 2 / Typescript project

Our dev and project management teams are nothing if not bold. If they hear of a new development framework, or the next generation of an existing one, they will grab it by the whatsits and see how it performs. Sometimes this experience is successful ...

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A Christmas Dream

The office was alive by the time I got there, my brilliant team showing just how they care. I’d driven my way through rain wind and snow, everyone else similar journeys did go. And now they were here fingers tapping away, and I realised ...

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Twas the night before Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the office, not a server was stirring, not even Redis. The branches were committed to git with care, in hopes that the projects would be done by new year. And I led in my bed now, content in my ...

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Is creativity teachable?

There has recently been another debate in the media about whether or not schools are teaching the creativity out of our children. It has got me thinking about what exactly creativity is, whether we all have it or not and if we do then how we get the ...

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A Tale of Two Conferences: Agile on the Beach and Agile Business Conference

Had a year really gone by since my maiden experience of Agile on the Beach? 52 weeks since I was awoken to Farley’s Laws? 26 sprints since the concept of Mob Programming entered my vocabulary? Well, yes, actually, so it was time for me to ...

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Embracing Agile

Coming from retail management at Dixons into project management was quite an acute learning curve, especially since KPIs, sales targets and stock reporting changed to stage/phase management, deliverables and RAG reporting. After completing my Prince2...

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