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Bookmarks tagged with “projectmanagement”

  1. ZenHub.io - Agile Project Management inside GitHub

    Turns GitHub Issues into an agile/kanban board, with story points and burndown chart. Looks nice. $5 / user / month, minimum five users. (via Brett Terpstra)

  2. How We Use Trello for Product Design and Development

    Always nice to see real-world descriptions of how people use nice project management tools. (via Tom Taylor)

  3. How we manage design work in Pivotal Tracker - Pivotal Tracker

    How Pivotal Labs use Pivotal Tracker to manage design work, as opposed to development work, in an agile process (much of it isn’t specific to Pivotal Tracker). (via @antimega)

  4. Waffle.io · Work Better on GitHub Issues

    A nice columnlar front-end on to GitHub issues. Free for public repos.

  5. How we use Trello & Google Docs to make UserVoice better every day

    Really, really useful write-up of how UserVoice use Trello to go from product roadmaps, user-reported bugs, etc into a manageable set of tasks. Seeing how a company does the whole start-to-finish process is great. (via @marrije)

  6. Online Scrum Tool / Agile Scrum Software

    Thought I’d saved this already, then couldn’t find it. Nice-looking tool for scrum managing stuff, which can use GitHub Issues. Looks like it does more than Huboard.

  7. Kanban and Scrum - making the most of both

    Nice down-to-earth book (free PDF with registration) about differences between Scrum and Kanban. (If you have other recommendations for this kind of stuff, do let me know.)

  8. Kanban kick-start example

    A nice, brief, two-page summary of an example Kanban board.

  9. Lean Software Engineering - Scrum-ban

    A nice, not too-prescriptive, description of how to gradually move from Scrum to Kanban.

  10. The Scrum Guide - The Definitive Guide to Scrum: The Rules of the Game (PDF)

    Seems like a (the?) good summary of Scrum. Nicely explicit about things.

  11. Programmer Time Translation Table | Passion for Coding

    Nice article on translating programmers’ time estimates into reality. Less snarky than that sounds. (via Migurski)

  12. Extenuating Circumstances – SXSW 2008: Creative Collaboration: Building Web Apps Together

    Good notes on a SXSW panel. I wonder where I’d fit in, but also wonder why I’m doing all this theatre nonsense when reading stuff like this makes me so excited.

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