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The book is about improving the process of working on a software application. Wait, but isn’t that what Agile is all about? Yes, but we want to take you further than the standard, classic Agile techniques that you already probably embraced (at least partially). We are talking about soft skills and technical procedures, because both of them can bring you benefits when appli ...more
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Paweł Papke
Nov 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2019
The book is short, too short :-). I wished more areas of remote work were touched. However, described topics are useful, detailed and form a good foundation for remote companies.

I value that suggested solutions were based on the authors' experience and battle-tested in real projects. It was thought-provoking to look inside an authentic remote setup.

A good read not only for people starting the remote journey. The book helps avoid some common pitfalls in IT projects and build a better work environ
Paweł Cisło
Apr 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: business
The book is full of strong opinions from a long project development experience of its authors. Throughout the text, we get a lot of different ideas which are worth giving a try in any team size.

Maybe Async Remote could be longer, but it provides lots of external resources, such as blog posts, recommendations and ways of using remote tech tools. Let's use the time saved on reading and try to implement at least a single better change in our team today to achieve the real async state!
Dawid Sibiński
Jan 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Very good and "meaty" book. It's relatively short, but you get a lot of practical tips condensed on these pages. Arkency does a great job in asynchronous remote work and communication. If you work in a remote of partially-remote environment, it will be a very valuable read. ...more
Dariusz Mydlarz
Dec 10, 2017 rated it liked it
Interesting approach to tasks backlog and no-pr based git flow. Gives an overview on how to set up remote work in a company to make it successful. I found the book interesting, but I thought it’s gonna be a bit longer.
Dec 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Really helpful, especially in COVID times where teams were forced to work remote unexpectedly. Contains a lot of information how to organise day-to-day work so we won’t disturb each other.
Paweł Sroczyński
Jul 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Very inspirational. I've implemented a lot of things without the book and still it gave me a lot of inspiration and hints about what to improve in my and my team everyday work. Thank you! ...more
Jan Bieroń
Promising at first, unfortunately turns into panegyric of specific tools, especially Flowdock. Author presents some points which might be interesting for people never working outside of Scrum, so it's still worth reading. ...more
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