Assuming you have one at all, what time do you have your daily stand up meeting? Are there reasons why you have it at that time? Do you like having it at that time?

  • @petey@aussie.zone
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    108 months ago

    10:30 because we have some early and some late workers. Has turned out to be helpful for the parents in the team too

  • @scorpionix@feddit.de
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    88 months ago

    09:00 at the start of the daily “Kernarbeitszeit”. I am not sure how to translate the term. A literal translation is “core working time”. Basically, my employer gives us the option to work between 06:00 to 18:00 with mandatory “presence” (working from home is possible) from 09:00 to 15:00.

  • @Hector_McG@programming.dev
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    68 months ago

    12:15, which is great as we break for lunch at 12:30. It prevents the time-wasters blathering on endlessly, as they are focused on lunchtime. A maximum of 15 minutes of wasted time.

  • @ScreamingFirehawk
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    68 months ago

    9.30, which works well for me because I’m not awake enough/caffeinated enough before that to be able to be coherent or have much idea what I am doing that day. Although often I don’t really see the point in them when our team is so fragmented and working on loads of different projects.

  • @HairHeel@programming.dev
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    58 months ago

    Fully remote job and we have people spread across time zones. We just moved it to 8:45 AM west coast time, because the previous 7:15 time slot wasn’t working for those of us way over here. I kinda feel bad for the east coast people who have to do it at 11:45 now, since that’s usually lunch time for me.

    Really I wish we’d go back to just not doing standups.

    • Ethan
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      38 months ago

      Do you have other regular meetings? I’m at a fully remote company and if we didn’t have stand ups I probably barely ever talk to my coworkers via anything more than email and chat.

      • @HairHeel@programming.dev
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        38 months ago

        Way too many other meetings. Meetings all the time.

        There was a nice period where we had 2 meetings a week. One team meeting, then one social happy hour meeting with just the devs and no manager. (Mostly so we could complain about the manager, but general social bonding also). We also did plenty of ad-hoc meetings as needed, but generally the two regularly scheduled ones struck a good balance of getting things done without wasting time.

        In hindsight, that manager could be a difficult person to work with, but the overall balance of trade-offs was way better with him than it is now. Very few, very efficient meetings, were one of the positive tradeoffs for sure.

  • @Knusper@feddit.de
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    48 months ago

    8:30. It was basically just the only timeslot when everyone involved in the project was free.

    Not a fan of it, though. The parents in our team frequently miss it, because personal life gets in the way.
    And for me, it was annoying during the summer, as I then prefer going to the shops early in the morning, before the scorching heat arrives, and well, one of the shops around here doesn’t open until 8:30, so I could only go there on Saturday or risking a heat stroke…

  • @user91@lemmy.world
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    48 months ago

    10:00. We normally don’t have meetings before 10:00 in the engineering dept. I’m cool with the schedule because that leaves time for kid transport and wordle and connections

  • Zagorath
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    28 months ago

    11:30 am my time. It’s annoyingly late, but necessary because I work with people who range from half an hour ahead of me to 2 hours behind me.

  • @Kissaki@programming.dev
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    4 months ago

    09:30 on my team. Between multiple project teams I believe our dailies are between 9:00, maybe slightly before too, and 10:00. Can also depend on the customer if we’re part of their development team. I believe not all teams have them every day.

    It’s a good time for me because I sometimes begin at around 9:00.

    At 9:00 begins our central working hours where we’re expected to be working. And I think that’s late enough for the late starters. So I like where we’re at.

    I think it’s good to have it “early” rather than late. If you struggled the previous day it’s a good point of fresh start and possible discussion or follow-up support. It’s also where you have [to make] a plan for the day.

  • @arran4@programming.dev
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    18 months ago

    Had been using audio recordings in a slack thread on one client for 6 months. The time varied but it was good as the lack of discussion meant that it was kept short. However the timing was very imprecise.