This loading screen will soon let you choose a saved game to play.
Oh, try NimbleText I guess.
Inboxcolumn of the kanban board.
backlogcolumn, click a card to select it.
Testcolumn. Now the card needs to be tested.
testcolumn, then select the Founder, so it can be tested.
Repeat this until you have enough money to buy a dev or a tester or a ba.
Lessons! Everybody loves 'Lessons'
If you consider DevShop as a tutorial on Kanban or Lean, there are some lessons you can learn by playing this game. These include the following:
There are many features of the real world, and of workplaces, that are not modelled in this game.
"All models are wrong, some models are useful."
In the real world:
Regarding the risk of skilled employees leaving, I love this:
"What if we train them and they leave?
What if we don't train them and they stay?"
This policy was last updated 2019-12-04
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