Archives for Terrence Caldwell

I wish I could say we started with grand plans to revolutionize our company culture, but in all honesty, we simply wanted to share funny stuff without sending an email blast. So, we tried creating a blog on Confluence. It didn't happen overnight, but we learned a lot. Read on to hear our story, as well as my 7 tips to encourage a culture of internal blogging at your company.

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This is part 2 in our "PMs weigh in" series, focused on how two seasoned Atlassian PMs navigate the flood of customer feedback inputs, and prioritize them in a way that maximizes customer and product impact. You can find the first part here. Gathering customer feedback, turning feedback into actionable inputs, and then prioritizing those inputs for your development team are some of the most important functions of a PM. They're also the most challenging. Every PM has their way of balancing and

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We're in the thick of the holiday season and whether you're the type who relishes giving your family and friends awesome gifts, or the grinch who dreads holiday, shopping you'll appreciate what the Confluence team has wrapped up for you. In the spirit of the holiday season here are 12 gifts that are already baked in to your beloved Confluence editor.

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The "Software Team's Guide to Confluence" ebook is a collection of pro tips and step-by-step tutorials – tailor-made for software teams – that'll show you how to use Confluence for creating, organizing, and documenting the information your team needs to make awesome products.

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We've written quite a bit about the conundrum of writing requirements in an agile environment. The most important takeaway is: the best way to kick-off your software projects is to build a shared understanding amongst your team. At Atlassian we find the best way to do this is to create a collaborative product requirement to hash out details for large complex epics. When your requirement doc is created and the details are all in one place, it makes it a lot easier for Development and Design to provide

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