“Let’s be honest: software development has not always been the most worker-friendly world. Historically, crunch times made super-human demands on developers. This frequently resulted in highly-disgruntled employees, and ultimately led many developers to unionize against crunch culture. What’s more, the end-products of this culture were – unsurprisingly – not always optimal.
Thankfully, today’s forward-thinking development leaders are taking a wholly different approach to productivity. Especially in light of COVID-induced work from home (WFH) culture, more and more dev orgs are thinking and working in terms of developer velocity – and producing better software, faster, because of it.”
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