Archives for Terrence Caldwell

We've written quite a bit about the conundrum of writing requirements in an agile environement. 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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Our crash course in the basics of using Confluence started off with organizing your work in spaces. Next came creating content with pages, and we concluded with discussing work with your team. The goal: to give new users the resources to get started successfully, and vets a chance to learn best practices and new tips and tricks. The Confluence 101 ebook: Getting started in Confluence We've now collected the coursework together into one convenient ebook. Download it, read it at your leisure

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The Runkeeper team must move fast to keep up with the demands of the 30 million people worldwide who use the app to track daily runs and workouts. To perform like an Olympian, and keep cranking at optimal levels on all mobile operating systems, Runkeeper uses Confluence, JIRA, and HipChat. These running partners keep the team agile and on the same course. Because the company has grown at an unprecedented rate, they've faced some challenges. One of the biggest was keeping everyone

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