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OK, so now that we get the agile approach to capturing engineering challenges (Read part 1 and part 2 for a refresher), it’s important to see how this is done in VersionOne. This is a pretty easy thing; let’s take a look. … Continue reading
Technical debt: FIX IT!! I spent several years at home supporting my husband as he climbed up the corporate ladder. We are a great team. Having been back at work for the past few years, I am amazed at the … Continue reading
Continued from Part 1… In the first part of this series we looked at the Product Owner activities that take place in VersionOne (Product Planning and Release Planning). The second part of this series will outline the Team activities that … Continue reading
Twice a week we stream an hour long live product demo that provides a high level overview of the application. We encourage and want all the demos to be highly interactive so feel free to ask any questions you may … Continue reading
Templates aren’t just for Product Owners. Teams can also copy tasks and tests from templates during sprint planning to cut down on missing tasks and manual entry. It’s sort of a checklist to make sure you’ve addressed the key work necessary, but can still add unique tasks when appropriate. Continue reading
VersionOne provides teams a central place to track issues at a Project and Team level. This allows teams, no matter how distributed, to collaborate closely on those things that are keeping the project from moving forward. This blog is all about five clever and handy ways that any team could use issues. Continue reading
The first thing people need to do regarding non-functional requirements and or technical design constraints (or guidance) is to admit that they have them. We all have them, it’s OK and the one thing I’ve learned over time is that there’s … Continue reading
No, I’m not going to start singing the Sesame Street jingle, “One of these things is not like the other…One of these things just doesn’t belong”. When ‘Regress’ refers to regression tests in VersionOne, then surprisingly, the terms all represent … Continue reading