Hey techhui members out there. I'm the development team lead at the Bank of Hawaii and one of the things on my mind is ways that our team can take our development processes to 'the next level.'
Internally we have several standard source control libraries that we include in most of our projects that help reduce our development time. We have internal applications that help to automate our deployment process to our production environment, and we use an iterative development process to develop applications. But where do we go from here? How can we reduce the number of bugs that make it to a production environment, how can we better catch and log errors (especially when users don't report them?)
I'd like to find out if there are any other Techhui members out there that would like to get together to share their challenges and development best practices. It could be a forum discussion, a panel, whatever. I don't necessarily expect that the discussion would be technical in nature, and I wouldn't expect anybody to share 'competitive advantages,' but it would ideally be an opportunity for people in different development environments to exposure to what other teams do and to share what works for them with the goal of simply sharing ideas and development practices to become better developers.
I'd love to organize this with anybody else that is interested.