This article explains user story mapping and its benefits for remote software development teams. You’ll also find a step by step guide for creating a user story map in Jira.
Without an accurate estimate, it’s impossible for your agile team to know if your project is on schedule or if the proposed schedule is even realistic. In this guide, you’ll learn about four methods for estimating the amount of work involved in a particular task or story.
Some teams prefer Jira. Others prefer Azure DevOps. Jira shines as a bug and issue tracking tool for agile project management; Microsoft’s Azure DevOps helps developers bring software applications from concept to delivery. Given the complementary strengths of Azure DevOps and Jira, if you want to optimize collaboration among teams, the best choice is to use both.
How the American Academy of Pediatrics improved their Agile practice and became more collaborative with TFS4JIRA
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has been a loyal TFS4JIRA customer since 2015. In this article, learn how TFS4JIRA provided instant collaboration for the AAP teams executing daily tasks within TFS and Jira.
TFS4JIRA integrates Jira with Azure DevOps, enabling users to synchronize or migrate data between platforms. This article gives you a run-down of some features that will help you get your cloud environment up and running.
Learn how to inform your teammates about a new async estimation session in a time-saving way. Integrate Slack with Agile Poker to have everything at your fingertips.
See how the Priority Planning Poker methodology can help you make transparent group decisions on what to work on in your next sprint.
Jira Misc Workflow Extensions (JMWE) gives you the tools to automate virtually unlimited use cases, no matter how simple or sophisticated they might be. Learn about JMWE features, including Jira workflow post functions, conditions, validators, simplified scripting, automation outside of Jira workflows, and much more.