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Pavel Kukhnavets

Pavel Kukhnavets

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Product Marketing at Hygger.io - all-in-one product management platform for growing companies

Applying 3-Tier Architecture to Organize Apps’ Code

Sometimes applications have messy codebase. It happens. You’ll need time to determine where particular features are located and it can be a challenge for unit tests, debugging, or adding new functionality. Read More

How to Choose the Best SDLC Methodology for Your Project?

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) means the systematic development process of software. This lifecycle includes several stages. They ensure that a high-quality software product will be created and released to end-users considering the fast pace and optimized costs. Read More

What Are the Key Responsibilities of a Startup CTO?

Startups that develop and change with the times usually succeed. As businesses and technology change, so must the role of the chief technology officer (CTO). Read More

What Product Management Certification Would be Good and Relevant in 2020?

Continuing education is a factor that plays a significant role in the success of any career. Product management is a sphere that perfectly confirms this fact.  Read More

How to Become a Product Manager Without Any Experience

If you are inspired to become a product manager, then you should try every opportunity to learn and take on this new role for you with confidence and shining eyes. Read More

SDM and SRM: What Are Two Essential Kanban Roles?

Any role is a formality. Surprisingly the Kanban method also implies some essential characters. What are these roles in Kanban? Read More

What is a Product Manager? Brief Explaination of the Role

Have you ever explained the details of your professional activities to people who do not understand anything about it? Sometimes it can be a real challenge for product managers. Read More

Developing a Schedule Management Plan: Essential Components and Milestones

Time is an expensive commodity that cannot be bought. That is why any project requires a clear or at least approximate schedule, which takes this time into account.  Read More

All About Daily Kanban Stand Up: 15 Minutes that Accelerate Release

There is а tradition in IT companies – to arrange daily internal meetings in the format of a stand-up or just a short meeting that are aimed to optimize work processes and synchronize the work of all team members. It is recommended to limit such meetings up to 15-20 minutes.

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