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Yesterday, two of our very own Atlassian Confluence product managers, Sherif Mansour and John Masson, hosted a live webinar where they shared agile best practices that they've learned over the years, including: When to write product requirements documents and when to seek alternatives How to write effective product requirements documents How to build prototypes when designing new features Using JIRA and Confluence for product management You were clearly eager to learn We reached GoToWebinar's

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Win prizes for organizing JIRA issues with Structure

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This is a guest post from ALM Works, makers of the Structure add-on for JIRA. ALM Works is thrilled to announce a new coding contest for developers to extend and integrate with Structure, our best-selling issue organization add-on for JIRA. If you’re a developer who uses Structure – or a Structure user with access to a friendly developer – this is an awesome opportunity to show off your skills and ingenuity, earn kudos, and be recognized as an accomplished Structure expert. As if that wasn't

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This is a guest post from Valiantys, a consultancy specialized in the deployment of Atlassian products. Since being recognized as an Atlassian Expert in 2006, Valiantys has developed an expertise trusted by over 600 clients and is ranked in the Top 5 Atlassian partners worldwide. Many different types of organizations use JIRA to power their business.  JIRA is a platform of choice because of it’s flexibility to adapt to many different use cases.  Valiantys brings extensibility of JIRA to

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Who’s who in agile teams?

Agile teams are structurally different than their waterfall counterparts. Agile teams focus on the team itself, where waterfall teams often follow the structure of the organization. In traditional waterfall development scheduling often is “top down,” meaning management sets the pace and schedule. In agile, the team is self organizing, and sets its own schedule and destiny within the larger organization. As I was learning scrum one of the questions that kept coming to mind was, “How do development

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Join us for the Do Agile Right webinar series

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There are no right answers when it comes to how teams plan, build, and launch great software. Every team and situation is different, making your process inherently different as well. The title of this webinar series might be a little misleading because there isn't one way or a best way to do agile. The agile methodology provides a number of guiding principles and strategies, but leaves the implementation up to the team. Agile is a philosophy, not a rigid protocol. It's designed to allow each

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Car accident? JIRA to the rescue!

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This is a guest blog from Kepler-Rominfo, makers of the JJUPIN scripting add-on for JIRA. What do cars and JIRA have in common? Here in Romania, JIRA has a lot to do with car accidents. Don’t worry, distracted drivers aren't causing pileups while filing JIRA issues from their mobile phones (at least as far as we know). I used to believe that JIRA is only for building software, but this story – which still amazes me – proves that JIRA can power the most unlikely of workflows. The issue Years

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