A burndown chart shows how much work you have to do versus the time you have to do it in, so you can quickly see if everyone on the team is on track.
Burndown charts help you keep projects on target — here’s how to get started
Triple constraint, aka the Iron Triangle or Project Management Triangle, involves three elements — i.e. time, scope, and cost — that affect every project.
Smart project managers know how to manage triple constraint — here’s how
One of our developers gives an overview of how it works and how they implemented different versions into Golang using the gonum library.
Gradient descent for linear regression using Golang
What exactly does a project manager do — and what’s the difference between a good one, and a great one? Here's how to become a project manager.
So you want to be a project manager? Here’s what you need to know
You can't stop doing version control simply because a file is too large. Enter a Git extension ready to save the day: Large File Storage (ie., Git LFS.)
Large files in Backlog are no longer a hassle with Git LFS
Everything you need to know about Gantt charts
Greater flexibility, engagement, and efficiency are just some of the pros of a matrix organization, but be sure to also weigh these cons.
Could your team benefit from matrix organization? Here’s what you need to know
Earned Value Management (or EVM for short) is a technique that’s essentially the gold-standard for managing a project’s schedule and budget.
A beginner’s guide to Earned Value Management