2016
25
August

Cognitive biases in testing: How to notice them and avoid common pitfalls

  Testing is an art of making judgments and choices about how to evaluate certain features, what types of scripts to write and how these cases will be executed. Although agile test management can help teams accomplish all of these tasks,

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2016
23
May

Top 3 Musts of Modern Software Testing

The overarching software sector – including both development and testing – is one of the most rapidly-changing industries today. As new approaches and innovative strategies emerge, teams must shift their working processes to ensure they remain on the cutting edge.

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2016
16
May

How to start using the beta “Live Plans” release of Portfolio for Jira V2 today

Dwight D. Eisnhower talking to the troops about D-Day

I’ve been excited about the new 2.0 version of Portfolio for Jira ever since I learned about the objectives of the release at Atlassian Summit. Last week I discovered that I’ve been using it for a few months now through

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2016
05
April

Jira Service Desk + ITSM = <3

 Jira Service Desk – ITSM Your Way  Did you know that Jira Service Desk has built-in workflows now that address some ITSM concepts? A quick tip: YOUR vision/version of ITSM is probably different than everyone else, so please don’t feel like you

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2016
11
March

Why Jira is turning out to be so valuable to non-technical project teams

Atlassian’s heritage and success is largely based on having created tools that made it possible for software development teams to create better software. Yet Jira adoption is growing faster for projects that are not software development projects. Why is this?

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2016
22
February

Using HipChat for UX Part 1: Participatory Collaboration

HipChat makes me happy. There are many aspects to HipChat that make it essential to any process. Once you’ve used it, it’s hard to adopt another avenue of communication. I’ve had the pleasure of being a user since it was

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