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This year, Isos Technology was honored to be a platinum sponsor of Agile Arizona. Agile Arizona is the Southwest’s regional conference for Scum & Agile practitioners, coaches, trainers and enthusiasts. You probably noticed the logo of Agile Arizona is the Desert Jack Rabbit (AKA Hare) native to Arizona. Why do you think this is the […]

Isos Technology participated in the annual Desert Code Camp conference on October 6, 2018 at Chandler-Gilbert Community College, Arizona. The conference has become a valley staple for the tech community, running for last eight years. The conference is open to everyone from newbies to senior level tech enthusiasts. This year the event included 98 sessions, […]

Reading through the /r/agile subreddit the other day, I recently came across the following question: Hi, We are trying to implement LeSS in our company. Devs often work on various support tickets for customers. They are quite small like 2H or something like that. Should they be on the board? Should we estimate? Often they […]

It’s that time of the year again. Yup… Agile Arizona 2018 is just around the corner. This year it will be held at the Desert Willow Conference Center from November 14 – November 16. So why should you go to Agile Arizona 2018? Here are five very good reasons. 5. Learn more about Agile “I […]

When working with the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), you may deal with types of work that can be decomposed into Stories lasting longer than a typical Scrum iteration, while fitting within the time frame of a Program Increment (PI). It is best to classify these issues as Features. Larger-scoped business initiatives will often take a […]

I’m frequently asked the question: If a team wants to maintain stories that are deemed unnecessary, what is the best way to show these in Jira versus having a status of “cancelled”. Recommendation My view is to move issues to a Done status (any status with a Status Category of “Done”) and update the resolution […]

I frequently get asked: What’s the difference between resolved and complete? Why do I have more than one version of “Done”? On my workflows (when I’m running a team) I usually remove the Resolved status. I prefer to make sure the resolution field options are appropriate and use workflow transitions that go to a single […]

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 […]

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 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 […]