Hands-On Agile Software Development with JIRA
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Hands-On Agile Software Development with JIRA pdf
Plan, track, and release great software
As teams scale in size, project management can get very complicated. One of the best tools to deal with this kind of problem is JIRA.
This book will start by organizing your project requirements and the principles of Agile development to get you started. You will then be introduced to set up a JIRA account and the JIRA ecosystem to help you implement a dashboard for your team's work and issues. You will learn how to manage any issues and bugs that might emerge in the development stage. Going ahead, the book will help you build reports and use them to plan the releases based on the study of the reports. Towards the end, you will come across working with the gathered data and create a dashboard that helps you track the project's development.
What You Will Learn
- Create your first project (and manage existing projects) in JIRA
- Manage your board view and backlogs in JIRA
- Run a Scrum Sprint project in JIRA
- Create reports (including topic-based reports)
- Forecast using versions
- Search for issues with JIRA Query Language (JQL)
- Execute bulk changes to issues
- Create custom filters, dashboards, and widgets
- Create epics, stories, bugs, and tasks
David Harned is a PMO Director for Monotype and is a motivated and inspired leader of Agile thinkers. He is a design, usability, and customer experience advocate. David is an Agile believer and uses Scrum, Kanban, and Lean as well as hybrid approaches for project management. David holds many certifications in the project management and Agile domains including: PMI Project Management Professional, Digital Project Manager, Certified ScrumMaster, and more.
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