How to foster testing team collaboration with JIRA

A good agile product development manager knows that you can't separate coding from testing. Because agile methodologies are iterative, testing and coding are done incrementally and interactively so that features can evolve in response to changing customer requirements. Agile testing comes in many shapes and sizes and covers all types of testing, including unit, functional, load, and performance tests. Depending on what type of agile testing you'd like to do: from automated, to manual, and everything in between, there are different test types you can choose from. How can you choose which type of test to perform and for what benefit?

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If you've ever launched a marketing campaign, then you know it's no easy task. There are a flurry of things to do and keep track of, like creative assets, copy, people, and – most importantly – due dates. It seems like half your time is spent chasing teammates down to get status updates, while the other half is spent organizing everything involved in the campaign.

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If you use JIRA, you know that great technology makes all the difference. You thrive off of efficiency and organization, using rich JIRA features to stay on your game. That's why you need an integration that matches your technological standards. Well, we've got one for you. Meet the new JIRA for HipChat integration built on HipChat's powerful integrations platform.

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How to automate your QA processes with JIRA Software

As a JIRA user, you can use an automated solution that smoothly integrates with JIRA. With an integrated tool, you can merge powerful components with JIRA's dynamic communication in order to execute detailed testing, test multiple product lines, facilitate release schedules, ensure requirements-test case traceability, cite and manage regressions, and track incremental results.

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Websites. They just happen – right? Wrong! Just ask any web project manager out there. Unfortunately, this isn't an obvious answer to a lot of people out there who request website projects. The thinking is that websites are so simple, easy to use, and beautiful, they must be a breeze to create. But, there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work that needs to happen in order to create a beautiful web experience. And it's anything but easy. Website development projects are complicated If you

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This is a guest post written by Kat Boogard, a writer for Toggl who covers a little bit of everything — but places most of her focus on career, communication, and self-development topics. So, you want to be an amazing agile team. Who can blame you? It’s human nature to want to build something awesome, especially when your team is just starting to take shape. You’re in it to win it. You want to release great software—all while making it look easy. But, unfortunately, there’s no magic

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