Archives for the tag: qa

Forums and email distribution lists were great tools for communication in the 90s, but neither is as effective as a question and answer platform for sharing knowledge with your team or company. Starting discussions was easy, but finding answers in long winded forum threads or buried in email proved tiresome. The latest update to Confluence Questions combines the best of parts of old-school email lists with some modern-day bells and whistles: enhanced discussion capabilities, robust search, and site-wide

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We hosted the JIRA QA webinar for an APAC audience in September and a surprising number of attendees were from North America and Europe. Because of its popularity we decided to replay the webinar and host two live Q&A sections with Michal Kujalowicz, a JIRA QA team lead, on December 9th for North American and European audiences. There were 569 questions asked between the two webinars. After reading the questions and comparing them, we noticed that our original blog post still reflected the

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As teams transition to an agile development workflow, many struggle with how to adapt traditional testing methods in an agile culture. Teams are often forced to trade off the quality of their product against the speed of shipping. At Atlassian, we've pioneered a different approach, known as Quality Assistance. Instead of creating a separate test team to hold responsibility for quality, a small team of Quality Assistance engineers evangelizes and coaches sustainable testing methods across the

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Sharing knowledge at work can be tough. Employees are scattered across different departments and geographies, working on different projects, and constantly creating pockets of tribal knowledge, not to mention the expertise everyone brings from past experiences. Join us for a live, 30-minute presentation on June 4th from one of our customers and one of Atlassian's own collaboration experts. They'll show you how to use Confluence Questions, an internal question and answer (Q&A) platform,

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Confluence Questions 1.0: Share Knowledge with Q&A

Sharing knowledge within your company can be hard. Employees are often scattered across different departments and locations, working on different projects, and constantly creating pockets of tribal knowledge. When someone has a question, they're not sure who to ask, or how to find the answers they need. The journey to find an answer usually includes searching through emails and instant messages, or a tap on your neighbor's shoulder. You might find an answer, but generally not before interrupting

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Everyone needs to ask questions and get answers at work to get their jobs done, but it can be difficult to get the answers you need. Imagine if it was as easy as Googling the minds of your co-workers. On Wednesday, we hosted a live webinar to show you how we share knowledge through questions and answers here at Atlassian using Confluence Questions. We heard from Jeremy Largman, Atlassian's "knowledge guru" and the founder of Atlassian Answers, and me, John Wetenhall, product marketing lead for

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