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THE AGILITYFEAT BLOG

At AgilityFeat, we are more than just designers and coders. We are also thought leaders. Our team has spoken at conferences around the US, Europe, and Latin America. We were early leaders in applying agile methodologies to nearshore software development in Latin America. We shared these lessons in this blog through 2015. These days, we blog mainly about our other passion, WebRTC. Find us at https://webrtc.ventures/blog/.

How to make a million dollars with WebRTC

There are two types of people interested in new technologies: geeks who enjoy the technical high of being an early adopter or writing the early tutorials and books, and those who are looking for how to make a million dollars or more off...

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Getting off on the Right Foot- Inside Sprint Zero

“How do we get started?” This is a question we hear from clients all the time, often it’s the first question they ask after signing a contract. Most clients are familiar with the concepts of Agile at that point, including the processes...

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The ideal agile team is…

As a recovering agile coach*, I'm sometimes asked a question about the make up of an ideal agile team. The idea of having scrum teams around 7-9 people is well known. It's also well known that they should be cross disciplinary, and that...

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WebRTC Fundamentals with Lisa Larson-Kelley

Lisa Larson-Kelley is a well established expert on web video, and recently she has applied that expertise to the WebRTC standard for HTML5 use of in-browser video, audio and data channels. If you're new to WebRTC, the simplest and most...

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Managing data in HBase using Ruby and Thrift

AgilityFeat is notable for attracting clients who are looking into working with cutting-edge technologies, and thanks to that, recently, I've had the amazing opportunity to dive in head-first into researching about and experimenting with...

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4 Key Insights about WebRTC from the experts

This week I attended the WebRTC “conference in a conference” that was part of Enterprise Connect in Orlando Florida. In addition to being a welcome respite from the lingering cold weather of my home in Virginia, it was also a welcome...

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5 uses for Real-Time Data Dashboards

What good is "Big Data" if it's old and out of date? Data analysts and enterprises are finding more needs for real-time insights into their data, not just historical views into data. The term "historical data" is very relative of course,...

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Tips for CIOs Working with Startups

This week, CIO.com published an article by Jonathan Hassell called "What CIOs Need to Know Before Relying on Startups". The article lays out the list of pros of working with startups: disruptive technology and extreme flexibility to work...

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When should you use the WebRTC DataChannel?

Let’s say you have a browser application that needs to keep data in synch between multiple users in real-time. Perhaps it’s a real-time data dashboard, or an online collaboration tool like Sensei, or a multiplayer game. Should you use a...

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Real-Time UX: Still Loading

Interaction design for real-time applications is different than for more static or traditional web applications. With the advent of in-browser real-time communication standards like WebRTC, it gets even more complicated because you need...

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WebRTC is my hammer

If all you have is a hammer, then everything looks like a nail. I may be falling victim to this old adage admittedly, but everywhere I look recently I see possible applications of WebRTC technology. For those not aware, WebRTC is part of...

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Why You Care About Responsive Design

Responsive design has been around since 2012. Last year, it was a hot topic and most entrepreneurs and technology leaders have heard about responsive design.  However, there are still many new businesses that are building new products and...

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