Archives for the tag: adoption

By 2014, Aeria Games faced a big challenge. They were growing like crazy. From 2012 through early 2014 they saw a series of mergers and acquisitions that led to a massive growth spurt. They quickly went from being a group of 200 to being a part of a company with over 500 people. Like any company growing that fast, they were going through some major growing pains involving internal communication. Different teams were using different tools to communicate, and almost no one was on the same

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Hopefully by now you've gotten the message that Confluence 4.2 is absolutely chock-a-block full of great features. Matt introduced the improvements to notifications and comments and Ryan, not to be outdone, showed you what we've done to take attachment and document management to the next level. With all these improvements and new features still to come, you're probably wondering "how can I get more people on-board the Confluence express?" Spread Confluence Like Wildfire Is your wiki lacking activity?

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Bamboo Customer Stories: Why so many developers adopt CI

We can all remember those stories of the dark days before our build server was setup. That's why I am excited to announce the first of an 8-part blog series, written by our guest-blogger, John Smart of Wakaleo Consulting, to share different customer stories about how and why so many developers rely on continuous integration to get the most out of their development environment everyday.

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How Wikis Create an Opt-In Culture

Stewart Mader was kind enough to let me post on his blog today. In the post I explore the concept of an opt-in corporate culture and how an enterprise wiki is integral to achieving an opt-in culture. Here's a tiny snippet: ...In an opt-in culture, employees contribute to conversations where they gain the most satisfaction and have the largest impact. They look beyond their tiny fiefdoms and seek out situations where they can add value and offer their expertise. Throughout the post I cite numerous

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What Wikis can Learn from Kapla Blocks

Last Christmas my son got a set of Kapla blocks which have since become his favorite toy. For the uninitiated, Kapla blocks are small, flat blocks of wood around 4" x 1" x .25." wide. They are the simplest toy you can think of, even simpler than LEGOS. Most adults look at the blocks and say, "What in the world would I do with a bunch of wooden sticks"? But children know exactly what to do with them. The blocks are so basic they can be morphed into just about anything a child can imagine...a boat...a

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