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Improvements to Atlassian Confluence Create Better Results for Remote Teams
Today, collaboration platforms are seen as an essential component of how we work, and according to a survey of 1,200 global IT decision-makers, could replace traditional communications methods by 2024. As a result of more hybrid work models and co-located teams, organizations need tools that keep them connected. And long-standing collaboration platforms like Atlassian’s Confluence, are evolving to answer the call.
Podcast: Adventures in CI/CD
Listen to our recent podcast with the Lando team and our Sr. Director of CMS Product Development, Solomon Gifford, as they talk about the wild world of modern CI/CD providers, SecDevOps, and the quest to put the "dev" back in "DevOps". We recently collaborated with the Lando team on a guide to modern CI/CD providers to help developers take the next step in their CI/CD adventurers. This podcast is a follow-up to that article. A few things to listen for...
How Jira Solutions Can Help Teams Facilitate Scrum or Kanban Frameworks
When it comes to implementing agile methodologies, software or product development teams most commonly choose one of two frameworks: Scrum or Kanban. Scrum is far and away the most-used approach for implementing agile according to the 2020 State of Agile Report: about three-quarters of respondents surveyed said they use Scrum or a hybrid of Scrum and another method (like Kanban).