About Sarah Goff-Dupont

I've been working in and around software teams since before blogging was a "thing". When not writing about all things agile, automated, and/or Atlassian, I can be found reading contemporary fiction, smashing it out & keeping it real at CrossFit, or rolling around on the floor with my kids. Find me on Twitter! @DevToolSuperFan

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As software makers, we rely heavily on sprint retrospectives and demos to learn more about what's going on with our team and our products. Read on to see how to build pages that record what you've learned and let you share it outside your team.

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Ahhh, the end of summer. (Or in the case of our southern hemisphere readers, the equally-lovely end of winter.) The kids are back in school, it's still warm enough to grill up some burgers n' brats, and your sunburns have finally healed. In short, everyone in the office is in a good mood. Which got me thinking: if I was one of the hundreds of Atlassian customers out there who'd like to attend Summit 2015, but hadn't gotten around to asking my manager about it, this is the time to do it. Now, if

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This is a guest post from David Cook–growth hacker at Jut, Atlassian alumnus, and possibly the fastest man on earth. A few months ago, we realized we had a problem with our automated builds in Bamboo. There were some tests that only ran on master, and developers would sometimes merge in a branch that had passed locally, but would break on master. Then other developers would merge to master when it was broken–making it more difficult to figure out why the builds had broken in the first place.

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