Forrester has finally acknowledged that Atlassian is a strong player in the Enterprise Service Management space, Gartner no doubt will be soon to follow.
Up to this point I happily used Jira for early list curation and grooming and Jira along with Better Excel to make my list for film selection day but for the final output I was very resistant to changing my approach.
I really do love planning things – however thanks to this blog series I was forced to not procrastinate by waiting until the morning of my TIFF package selection window to make my picks.
Every year in the last few weeks before TIFF starts, I struggle with staying on top of the press releases and trailers while doing my day job and making sure that everything I need to do at work is sorted before I take a week off to watch movies.
Well this year, thanks to joining the team here at Blended Perspectives, I have a way to:
The slippery slope of scripting At Blended Perspectives, we frequently see scripting capabilities added to Jira, Confluence, and Bitbucket. While in Confluence and Bitbucket the extent of what is possible to do with scripting is...
Before we start on why waterfall is even better in Jira – lets discuss the role of traditional planning. Rightly its one of the most important disciplines in getting anything done successfully. We know Agile is a strong way to develop code – or build anything.
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Two recent reports highlight the dominance of Atlassian in the Agile tools space. With north of 85,000 odd customers now, Atlassian’s Jira and associated products are both a leader in practice and a leader in market share.