Alley’s core company values of quality, transparency and accountability closely align with the values of Scrum and, more broadly, the principles of agile software development. However, recent events have led us to consider how the practice of Scrum also supports our community values – radical candor, psychological safety, asynchronous communication, diversity, and inclusion.
Alley Interactive specializes in building big sites for content publishers — such as NewRepublic.com and NYPost.com — but our team has also amassed tips for early-stage startup founders looking to create a successful product and business.
Managing Partner Austin Smith will present on the Developer Panel at Charming Robot’s Startup Series: The Nuts and Bolts of Product, a day-long program on Saturday, May 10th. Alley Interactive has worked with a lot of media product startups, handling the many inputs and features that go into making a big content site, and Austin will share his insights and best practices on technical development. What are the problems worth solving and what are real solutions?
Austin will join:
The panel will delve into everything a startup founder or team would want to know, including how to identify the best technical team early on to common mistakes to a breakdown of the product process.
Interested in attending? For a discount off the ticket, use promo code SUS-Alley.
Saturday, May 10
9:30am – 6pm
72 Allen St
New York, NY