Archives for the tag: Agile

Collecting and responding to user feedback is what makes agile software development lean. This relationship creates a constant need to release early and develop with users in mind. As a result, user feedback is crucial to understanding how to add value to a product. Learn why feedback collection and early user involvement was such an important decision to the JIRA mobile team, how this set them up for success in a mobile world, and how feedback fits into the lifecycle of any software product.

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Can agile methodologies used to deliver products really help marketers in delivering campaigns? We think the answer is yes. In today's world of constant customer feedback, marketers must be able to adjust their plans based on what's trending in digital and social media. And with that, they need a better way to manage their marketing projects. That is why many are looking at agile marketing and methods such as scrum and kanban, to help.

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Introducing JIRA Software for iPhone

JIRA Software for iPhone keeps one curated feed of all your most important projects and work items at your fingertips. So whether you're grabbing breakfast or waiting in the doctor's office, ensuring that everything is still on track is as easy as scrolling through a feed on your iPhone. And, whenever you return to your desk you can immediately jump on the next item in your backlog, instead of catching up on conversations and work that occurred while you were away.

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A story map is a visual representation of the journey a customer takes with a product, including activities and tasks they complete. Agile teams create the story map in a collaborative session to ensure they have a shared understanding of the customer and their desired outcomes. Today I'll show you the basics of user story mapping and why it’s a worthwhile endeavour for your agile team.

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Agile software development supports a release plan, but it's challenging to coordinate that on a multi-team level when you've got a lot of dependencies between teams. Rosetta Stone, a language learning technology company, found a solution to this challenge by bringing their entire development organization together about once per quarter to map out 10 to 12 weeks of work. And last week, I was lucky enough to watch how they do this at their 5th program increment planning (dubbed "PI5"). Here's how it worked.

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Our twitter chat has now ended! For a recap, check out the questions and answers on the #AskJIRABB hashtag, and stay tuned for more events to come. Are you a JIRA Software or Bitbucket user? How about an Agile fan or Git enthusiast? We're looking at you. To honor one of Atlassian's core values, Don't *%# the customer, we want you to use us as a resource. Today, Atlassian's Product managers and developer advocates will unite to give your team the leg up on any JIRA Software/Bitbucket, Git or agile

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