Posts we tagged 'team'

Should startup teams do daily standups?

A common ritual in software and startup teams is a daily, or weekly standup, huddle or scrum or whatever you wish to call it. It generally means the team (part or whole) has a designated time to all stand-up and communicate. But why should you do a standup (or not)?

Introducing Splitrock Studio

A lot has changed at BugHerd, and we wanted to get you up to date with some important changes. Recently BugHerd’s parent company, Macropod Software Pty Ltd, has changed name to Splitrock Studio Pty Ltd. Find out what this means for BugHerd customers and for our future.

Pausefest 2016 – Creative & Tech

What started as a pretty small, niche digital and startup event a few years ago has expanded into a beast of an event in a relatively small amount of time. About 5 years ago I attended the first PauseFest which catered to...

Above All Human 2016

A small group of the Bugherd team attended the inaugural Melbourne ‘Above All Human’ Conference, presented by Startup Victoria in 2015. We left the event feeling inspired, passionate about being involved in the startup community and positive about the fact...

How we use Slack at BugHerd

In March 2014 we wrote a post about why moved our team’s internal communication from Atlassian’s Hipchat to the (now) ridiculously popular Slack. We’re still a bunch of productive slackers, and it’s nice to note that Slack, for the most...

How retros solved team communication.

When I started at BugHerd nearly a year ago, I was a little surprised to find that a company that seemed to have their act together in so many ways didn’t do regular “retrospectives”. For the last five years, I’ve...

Meet Thuy: Splitrock Studio Office Manager

Thuy is one of the most important people to work at Splitrock Studio, since she is in charge of how stocked with milk and coca-cola the fridge is. Beverages notwithstanding, we couldn’t live without Thuy and her broad range of...

Meet Alan: Splitrock Studio Co-Founder & CEO

We’d like you to meet our fearless leader, co-founder and Splitrock Studio CEO Alan! He’s not the only Alan to work for Splitrock Studio, but since he was the first to, he gets dibs on all the usernames and handles....

Meet James: Splitrock Studio Frontend Dev

James is a frontend developer who started with us almost 2 years ago (that’s like 14 in dev years!). Since we’re all about equal opportunity, James managed to land the job despite a lack of beard. This is very strange...

Meet Alan: Macropod Backend Dev

Alan joined the Macropod team in October 2014. With a wealth of experience working with many large corporates and various SMBs and startups, Alan knows his way around various programming languages and frameworks. An avid cyclist, Alan commutes to work...