In our last article on Agile meetings, we discussed the Sprint and Daily Scrums. Let’s take a look at what happens next.
At the end of the two-week sprint the team have completed all the user stories and will have a tranche of potentially shippable code. (more…)
RDT’s staff took some time out from creating cutting-edge insurance software recently to spend their lunch breaks on a relaxing five kilometre stroll.
The idea for the walk came about after the success of the Sports Relief social walk. Head of Operations Gary Harrison devised a longer walk for staff who were willing to give up their lunch hour to head out and explore the local countryside a bit more.
The walk was well attended and everyone who took part enjoyed the exercise as well as the socialising!
RDT’s staff were rewarded for all their hard work with a fun-filled day out in the sun at a local outdoor venue.
A host of activities were laid on including, clay pigeon shooting, quad bikes on an obstacle courses and Apache rally cars for those who wanted to go a bit faster. There were also more gentle activities including tractor rides, feeding farm animals and paddling in the lake.
A BBQ was provided and the evening ended with a “duck race” across the lake and a few games of tug of war.