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Jira in action
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Jira in action
Jira in action
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  • 1. TanTran – June 2013
  • 2.  Introduction to JIRA JIRA for Administrators Manage Projects/ Project Categories Manage Users/ Groups/Roles Manage Issues:Types,Workflows, Fields,Attributes JIRA for project members Dashboard and SCRUM board Create a backlog Planning, executing, reporting DEMO QA2
  • 3.  JIRA lets you prioritize, assign, track, report and audit your“issues”, from software bugs and helpdesk tickets to projecttasks and change requests. More than just an issue tracker, JIRA is an extensible platformthat you can customize to match your business processes JIRA improves productivity by cutting down on time wastedon tracking issues and coordination. JIRA improves quality by ensuring all tasks are recorded downwith all the details and followed up till completion.4
  • 4. Bugs/Change RequestsTrackingHelp-desk / Support / Customer ServiceProject ManagementTaskTrackingRequirements ManagementWorkflow / Process Management5
  • 5.  Agile development offers a new way ofthinking about software development. But!Its fundamental unit is still a task — and those tasks need tobe organized, allocated, scheduled and tracked as theyproliferate. Thats where JIRA comes in.6
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  • 7. SprintRoles in project9
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  • 9. Epic, Feature Request, Bug, Improvement, Story…TO DO, IN PROGRESS, IN REVIEW, DONE11
  • 10. Assigned to MeManage your filters13
  • 11. BugsStorySub-taskEasy to configure14
  • 12. 15 The PO compiles the requirements The requirements are broken down intosegments (should be part-deliverabale).In JIRA: “Epic”, “Story”, “Feature”, etc. The PO personally creates a prioritizedlist. In JIRA: field “Priority” In the beginning of each Sprint the PO"freezes" the foremost items on the listand summons the ScrumTeam to ameeting.
  • 13. 16PO "freezes" the foremost items
  • 14. 17• Before each Sprint, the highest prioritized goals aretransferred to a Sprint Backlog• In the Sprint planning meeting, Scrum Master & ScrumTeam work with PO to determines the goal of the Sprint. Estimate the points can do in the Sprint• The goal consists of prioritized functionality broken downinto detailed tasks• The Scrum Team is self-organized and the members havea joint responsibility for the results Have estimation and owner of each task
  • 15. 18• Move tasks to “In Progress” column• Keep them updated by inputting Work Logat the end of every day.
  • 16. 19• Issue type should be “Bug”• Should use Issue Link to connect to theUser Story (for tracking purpose)
  • 17. 20GreenHopperplugin
  • 18.  Atlassian JIRAhttps://confluence.atlassian.com Adapting JIRA for Scrum - Paul RenéJorgensen Wikipedia – Scrumhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrum_(software_development)21
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