Team Testomato is a small team that’s mostly made up of engineers, similar to a lot of the project teams at Wikidi. For the most part, this is a good thing. We have a lot of energy to build and as a result, we’re able to accomplish a lot of progress. But with a caveat. We love to build, but this also means it’s easy to forget there are other important components that go into creating a product that should matter to us as developers. Sound familiar? We wanted to share three lessons our team has learned about building a product that we…

July 4, 2014 by Roman Ožana

Here at Testomato, we’re always thinking about problems (and not just the ones that occur on websites). Product development is a continuously slippery slope of issues that need to be solved. We previously shared our favorite Scrum techniques and how we use Kanban, and we wanted to share how problem solving plays a key role in the way we develop Testomato. Hopefully, it’s something that will help you with your own projects. Our Initial Idea Was Actually a Problem Testomato originally started out as a problem at Wikidi. We have a lot of other ongoing projects in addition to Testomato, and at the time, Michal was…

April 11, 2014 by Roman Ožana

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