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The PI Planning meeting is a hallmark practice for the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).  In this 2-day meeting, everyone from development teams, architects, business leadership, and stakeholders meet to align the Agile Release Train (ART) for the upcoming Program Increment (PI).  When done correctly, the benefits can be staggering: as reported in a 2018 SAFe […]

Introduction It has been 11+ years since the 1.0 release of Crowd from Atlassian. Crowd is still around and development seems quite healthy. To this day, many Atlassian administrators I talk to (even long time users) are still not clear if and how Crowd can solve any of their problems. The question is, “Why Crowd […]

We all hate price increases, but we all love sandwiches. Let’s deliver the former via the later. “All of humankind has one thing on common. The sandwich. I believe that all anyone really wants in this life is to sit in peace and eat a sandwich.” – Liz Lemon, 30 Rock The ole Sandwich Technique… […]

I first met the Isos gang at Atlassian’s 2017 Summit in San Francisco, where I was hired as support for their busy booth. I remember when my agent sent over the details prior to Summit (my stomach felt funny). While I had some experience in the tech world, more so camera related (LightRoom and Photoshop […]

…we bring home with us. Wait! What? That’s not right! Okay, maybe not everything. I’m just talking about what happened during the day at HDI 2018… after hours are off limits. Speaking of HDI, did you get a chance to stop by the Atlassian booth and talk to Thad West, Danny Riley and JoJo Salazar […]

The 2018 GDC (Game Developers Conference) was held in San Francisco the week of March 19th. When most people think of gaming, the first things that come to mind are the hottest new games like Fortnite, big-name game development companies such as Blizzard Entertainment, streaming services like Twitch and gaming hardware manufactures like Razer. What […]

This is a guest post from Martin Seibert at Seibert Media. Atlassian has released version 6.8 of Confluence Server which includes a free mobile app. As a Linchpin Partner we also offer the more tried-and-tested mobile solution with additional useful features – Linchpin Mobile. Time to see why your employees need mobile access! 1. Knowledge […]

Game development is a perfect example of the DevOps model for software lifecycles. When done properly, game development is in a perpetual cycle of building, releasing, supporting and updating. All parts of the development, operations and QA groups must be involved for a game to remain successful. In general, game developers are a creative group, […]

If you support customers in any capacity, you need a service desk solution. Your customer support team needs a good tool for creating and tracking tickets, guaranteeing SLAs are met and overall customer satisfaction and retention. As you are comparing service desk software, there is a very good chance you will compare Jira Service Desk […]

If you count yourself among the nine million people who use Lucidchart, you have probably enjoyed our easy drag-and-drop functionality and compatibility across operating systems when you’re working visually. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Check out these tips, selected specifically for software developers, to make sure you’re making the most of all […]