This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 Yes Virginia, even agile teams roadmap! 2 Moving from roadmaps to requirements 3 Deliver well: requirements to deployment   Give context to your teams Roadmapping has always been a dirty word in agile circles. In some ways it feels inherently waterfall to plan a 6, 12, or 18 month roadmap for the team. I'm here to tell you that roadmapping is a good thing. It gives the organization context and shared direction

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Webinar: What’s new in FishEye/Crucible 3.4

On April 15th, we shipped the latest FishEye/Crucible 3.4 release. Our upcoming webinar, Winning with FishEye/Crucible 3.4, will give you the opportunity walk through the changes with product manager, Sten Pittet, to learn more about what's new in this release and ask any questions you might have. Thursday, May 15th, at 12:00PM EDT Join us for a 45-minute live demo and check out all the features in FishEye/Crucible 3.4. In this session, you will learn how to: Speed up reviews with automatic

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When we introduced Confluence Blueprints a year ago, we wanted to empower all of our users to create rich pages for their repeatable business processes. If you've ever used the product requirements, or decisions Blueprints you've seen how easy it is to also track all the pages you've created on a single index page. This index makes it easy to quickly reference all your past requirements and decisions and also sort them by any parameter such as date, author, or current status. Indexes made easy Index

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Managing your tasks can often be more work than the tasks themselves. The problem is that you typically manage your tasks in one place and do the actual work in another – but the two are inextricably tied. Tasks are the product of meetings, decisions, project planning, and all the other content you create with your team. Keeping tasks together with the actual work or people they correspond to is the key to being productive. Tasks where you work Confluence 5.5 introduces a new way to keep yourself

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Bamboo 5.5: instant access to Stash repos

Few software projects start their lives spread out across multiple repositories. But, neither do most projects that remain in a single repo forever. Take JIRA, for example: At 12 years of age, it is comprised of millions of lines of code stored across 19 repositories. As a company, Atlassian has hundreds of repos. Whether that's good practice or not, that's reality for us and for thousands of our customers. So with Bamboo 5.5 we set out to make building from all those repos a little bit easier. Connect

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The all-new control chart makes it easy for teams to better understand their delivery pipeline to help optimize their process. It highlights differences in estimate and delivery time so that the team can continually make better estimates and deliver more reliably. Today we're going to explore how it can help your team, but if you haven't read the overview article on new control chart yet, start there. 1. Dig into your data! The new control chart is interactive, which makes it easier to dig into

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