This course is targeted at new Scrum and Kanban teams that are looking to get started quickly with Atlassian JIRA Software. We will explore both methodologies and help your team become a high performing agile team.
We start with introductory usage of JIRA and move on to advanced topics. Supporting documents are available for greater detail, allowing you to follow along at your own pace.
This course will take 2 hours to complete and then you'll be ready to get your team kicked off with their first planning session in JIRA!
In this lecture we explore the configuration options available on a GreenHopper Scrum board.
In this lecture we look at the flow of a Kanban team in GreenHopper (JIRA Agile) - from planning to working to reporting.
In this lecture we explore the configuration options available on a GreenHopper Kanban board.
In this lecture we explore how a Kanban team can leverage a Scrum and a Kanban board giving them the best of both worlds - a strong planning capability coupled with the best board for kanban teams. All of this supports a pull workflow that minimises work in process for the team and allows the product owner to replenish the accepted for development queue as necessary.
In this lecture we learn about information radiators and set up a JIRA Wallboard for the development team.
Twitter is growing at a cracking pace! Scaling the company effectively and efficiently is essential to continued success and growth. Learn how to leverage the power of Confluence and JIRA to scale your own company. Explore Twitter's quarterly planning process, and how Confluence and JIRA enable hundreds of teams to align with company goals and provide visibility at the right level of granularity for the intended audience.
Presented on October 2nd at Atlassian Summit 2013 in San Francisco.
In this lecture we explore how to have two or more teams working from one product backlog.
Nicholas Muldoon is an Agile Coach with the Twitter Engineering team. Nicholas coaches and facilitates software development teams enabling them to reach their full potential.
Nicholas was formerly the Product Manager for Atlassian GreenHopper, a solution to help Agile teams manage their projects. Nicholas worked with numerous customers to help them kickstart their agile transformations and ensure they realised the benefits of being agile. He lead the initiative to reinvent GreenHopper and to provide a solution for Scrum and Kanban teams.
Nicholas has spoken at Agile and Product Management conferences in Australia, China and North America. He lives in The Mission District, downtown San Francisco, and is an advisor to several technology businesses including Round Payments, Practice Ignition and Interactive Accounting.
Nicholas writes at VelocityCounts and his personal blog. You should follow Nicholas on Twitter now.