Archives for the tag: JIRA Agile

Last month, we had the pleasure of attending the SITS 2015 conference, and we were blown away by what we saw, who we met and the overall reception from newcomers and our peers alike. We met some amazing teams doing incredible things, and we were humbled by the glowing review that not just JIRA Service Desk received, but Atlassian. When we arrived at SITS 2015, we were new to the space – this was only our second year in London, so the Atlassian crew was a little nervous that JIRA Service Desk

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A big thank you to Mike Hansen and Mark Kilby at Sonatype for hosting our first customer webinar. They shared the Sonatype story and how the team tackles agile development on a daily basis with a completely distributed team. Our customers are what make Atlassian awesome, and we love hearing their success stories. Here’s a link to watch the webinar again and share with your team. Keep reading for the top 10 questions and answers. Enjoy!

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If you tuned into the “Building a great agile team” webinar, then you participated in a first for the JIRA team: We hosted three webinars in three different time zones to try and reach as many of our customers as possible. Between the three webinars, there were 316 questions asked by audience members. Our host Jimi Hazel and Q&A support Michael “Tokes” Tokar, chose their top 10 questions to answer in this blog (plus three bonus questions). Enjoy! Here's a link to watch the webinar

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How we manage Atlassian blogging with JIRA Agile

Atlassian has a very prolific blogging schedule, which includes 12 different blog categories with unique owners, and dozens of authors scattered throughout the company. Today we'll take a look at how the content manager uses JIRA and JIRA Agile to stay on top of everything. Keeping pace with the blogging schedule is all about flow. The content team has a few key goals when releasing content to Atlassian Blogs: Keep a steady flow of content rolling out to the readers Ensure each blog gets

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Software development is intensely collaborative, requiring the effort of numerous people on many different teams. With so many stakeholders, it's difficult to maintain speed, transparency, and quality when shipping code. Most development teams accept these things as facts of life when building software, but this doesn't have to be the case any longer. Building better software starts here Today's release of Confluence 5.4 brings JIRA into Confluence – and Confluence into JIRA – like never before,

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