Earlier this week, Atlassian released version 6 of their flagship product Jira (tracking and workflow management platform). They’re touting it as their biggest release ever. For those in the IT or project management world who are not familiar with Jira, or Atlassian for that matter, I suggest you check both of them out. No, seriously… […]

There has been a lot of talk about agile development lately…well quite frankly for the past 10 years. Ever since the Agile Manifesto was released upon the world in 2001, development teams have been migrating to agile development methodologies. In the past few years, two agile methodologies have risen to the top: Scrum and Kanban. […]

This week Atlassian announced their latest version of Jira Agile, their agile project management tool, and it’s all about reporting… woot! That’s right all you product owners… I said reporting!  We’re talking about a new Epic Report, Version Report and new gadgets sprinkled in. Sounds epic… let’s see. In Atlassian’s agile landscape, an epic is […]

If you work in DevOps with FishEye and Crucible (FE/C) on a daily basis, one of your constant struggles is dealing with the indexing performance of these tools. A quick win to boost performance is to have a copy of your source code repository on the same physical server as the FE/C instance. For those […]

Confluence, the enterprise wiki from Atlassian, is readily adopted throughout organizations and not limited to just IT. However, when you ask non-techies about Jira or Jira Agile, chances are you will be greeted with a deer in the headlights look. On the off-chance they have heard of it, they will probably describe it as a […]