Archives for the tag: development tools

Evaluating JIRA Agile – Product owners

This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 Evaluating JIRA Agile – Product owners 2 Evaluating JIRA Agile – Scrum masters 3 Evaluating JIRA Agile – Team Members 4 Evaluating JIRA Agile – Everyone   Making the transition from traditional project management to agile involves changing the way the team views and prioritizes work. This change can be made easier with tools that provide gentle guidance when learning the fundamental tenets

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For the past few releases, we've been focused on delivering features for the developers and their workflows – forking, public repositories, and most recently, better branching. Stash 2.8 was all about upgrading your development workflow with tighter JIRA integration and branch features. We made it easy to create branches from JIRA, and set up a branch model that suits any development workflow. And now that we've simplified your workflows, in Stash 2.9, we're making them a breeze to manage. Try

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How to Manage a Product Backlog with Ease

This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 Organizing your backlog 2 Prioritizing work 3 Handing off to engineering   Product owners have the challenging task of ingesting feedback from multiple sources, organizing it into a meaningful format, and communicating out to the product teams.  Feedback is a critical part of the product life cycle.  We can't iterate to make our products better without it, as we talked about in our three-part series on collecting

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Atlassian at GOTO Chicago

GOTO Chicago 2013 It was great to be one of the sponsors at the GOTO Chicago 2013 conference from Tuesday April, 23 - Wednesday, April 24th  It was awesome meeting a number of JIRA, Confluence, and Dev Tools customers  at the conference.  Herzum Consulting, one of our experts joined us at the booth as well.  Atlassian Experts help deliver an incredible experience with our products. If you need a plugin built, a deployment tuned, help with setup and configuration, or coaching on going agile,

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As the year ends, we decided to look in the rear view mirror and see which Developer blog posts were the most popular.   So, here, for your viewing pleasure on 12/12/2012, the top 12 blog posts of 2012 --ordered from earliest to latest in appearance. 13 Steps to Learn and Perfect Security Testing in Your Organization  —  "As a security tester, your ‘end-user’ is now an attacker trying to break your application. " Modern Principles in Web Development — This

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Shedding Light on Build Breakages

I've been following Mark Pesce on Twitter ever since I watched his brilliant closing keynote at Web Directions South in 2008. A few months ago he started hinting at a #sekritproject in his tweets. I had no idea what it was back then but I didn't have to wait long to find out. He unveiled the Light by Moore'sCloud on the 5th of October - I was captivated both by how it looked and the latent potential it embodied. Was this the first "thing" in the Internet of Things? A few weeks later the Light was

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