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Re:Invent 2018 – Lessons Learned and What’s in Store for Your Agile/DevOps Journey

DevOps

Re:Invent 2018 – Lessons Learned and What’s in Store for Your Agile/DevOps Journey

Webinar Transcript Myriam - Good morning, good afternoon, good evening to all. We\'re very excited that you were able to join us today on this expert panel webinar, AWS re:invent 2018 - Lessons learned and...

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“Lift and Shift” to AWS

DevOps

“Lift and Shift” to AWS

Migrating mission-critical business applications to the cloud infrastructure can introduce multiple strategic and economic benefits, but the practicality of doing so often leaves IT managers scratching their heads. Tinkering with the status quo, especially with...

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Are You Safe With SAFe?

Business Agility

Are You Safe With SAFe?

Is SAFe the right framework for my organization? After all, there are numerous other frameworks (Disciplined Agile, Nexus, LeSS, [email protected], etc.) that claim to deliver similar results and impart comparable benefits… This question is at...

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AWS is the Ultimate Cloud Computing Option for Companies on the Atlassian Tech Stack

Atlassian

AWS is the Ultimate Cloud Computing Option for Companies on the Atlassian Tech Stack

If you’re currently running the Atlassian tech stack and consider migrating to the cloud, you should take a closer look at Amazon Web Services (AWS). There’s simply no better cloud environment for Atlassian than AWS....

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Upping Your Game: Rubix Cube to Value Added User Stories – Part 1

Agile

Upping Your Game: Rubix Cube to Value Added User Stories – Part 1

One of the most common problems with existing well-established agile development teams is that they have issues delivering value-added user stories. The team is cross-functional, has established velocity, understands roles, process and cadences. But when...

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Managing the Product Backlog – Part 2

Business Agility

Managing the Product Backlog – Part 2

In the first part of this blog on Managing Product Backlogs, we learned about the importance of blending product discovery and product delivery. Authoring Journeys, Stories, and Tests The discovery group starts by grabbing that...

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AWS is the Ultimate Cloud Computing Option for Companies on the Atlassian Tech Stack

DevOps

AWS is the Ultimate Cloud Computing Option for Companies on the Atlassian Tech Stack

If you’re currently running the Atlassian tech stack and consider migrating to the cloud, you should take a closer look at Amazon Web Services (AWS). There’s simply no better cloud environment for Atlassian than AWS....

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The Story of Stories: Managing the Product Backlog

Business Agility

The Story of Stories: Managing the Product Backlog

The Story of Stories: Managing the Product Backlog - Part 1 In previous installments in this series, There\'s a Gap in Your Agile Methodology No One Talks About and Creating the Product Backlog - Part...

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Creating Product Backlogs

Business Agility

Creating Product Backlogs

In our series around product management, the first blog about creating product backlogs, addresses our persona discussion, where we established the handful of people we wish to impact along product development with their associated goals...

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Getting from an Idea to Actionable Backlog

Business Agility

Getting from an Idea to Actionable Backlog

The Gaps in Your Agile Methodology No One Talks About - Part 2 Where Do Stories Come From? Webinar Synopsis So, your boss instructed you to \"just write all the stories,\" but you have very...

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Dojo Discovery Sprint

Business Agility

Dojo Discovery Sprint

Author: Kevin Burns, DevJam Dojo Coach with help from the Thomson Reuters’ Litigation Analytics dojo team. In the spirit of continuous improvement, we saw an opportunity to improve our dojo experience for teams that want...

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There’s a Gap in Your Agile Methodology Part 2 – Creating the Product Backlog

Business Agility

There’s a Gap in Your Agile Methodology Part 2 – Creating the Product Backlog

In the previous blog, we addressed the fact that every agile methodology has a gap in defining the “product piece”, i.e. the secret sauce of figuring out where to invest, what to build, and how...

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