Due to unexpected circumstances there was an urgent need for a fast working tool. This tool had to easily capture and process the needs of clients. Centralisation of information was even more vital. Next to this, data was already coming in at a fast pace, which put high pressure on the delivery.
When I was working on a project, lots of events needed to be sent from a client to a server. And then back to some clients. These events had to be accessible at multiple places on these clients. I was in need of a versatile architecture to handle real time events sent from a server.
At Sweet Mustard, we mostly use Angular when building web applications for customers. These applications can get quite large and often don’t come without some struggles when building them. This is why there’s a big focus on writing clean code and keeping things organised. By doing so, everyone at Sweet Mustard is able to follow the structure of an application.
We are agile coaches at Sweet Mustard, we support people in their personal growth, teams in their agile mindset and organizations to work better and closer together. For Sweet Mustard we did the same, started with implementing some best practises of so called teal organizations. So we decided that we had to share the journey of Sweet Mustard and so submitted our talk for several conferences in Belgium and abroad. Then the news came in that we were selected for Agile Tour Paris on December 5th! Hooray! This blogpost covers what we talked about on stage.