Agile Practical Tools (JIRA, Trello, Jenkins)

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I was very pleased when I saw that at my current work we are using modern state of the art tools for Agile development: Scrum using Jira, Slack, Jenkins. Our sprints are 2 weeks long. Great to know that my experiences come from modern approaches to development, I just need now to change my field of engagement from classical centralized eCommerce solutions to blockchain (open/close ledger) solutions.

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These are all new tools to me except the #slack I heard some where last year from my readings and create and account, and never use it. :laughing: Now I can use these tools to design my own side projects and have fun with them and hope to get good at. Great lecture! :+1:Thank you @ivan.

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I like the Jenkins tool as it eliminates the traditional time delay where the bugs from testing are only highlighted and distributed after the (human) tester has documented it or after a daily testing triage team meeting.

Interesting lecture even though most was completely new to me. Maybe it’s a software thing.
Having been involved in and had lead over some quiet big development projects we always used Gantt charts as we had timelines that were intertwined and the outcome of one task had an effect on the start of a next phase of work. This is something i do not see in these boards.

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Gantt charts are not as popular nowadays for a few reasons. As Ivan pointed out in the previous video, it’s more important to adapt to change than to “follow the plan”. The way waterfall projects used Gantt charts was to create the project plan up front and track the plan. And it goes fine until plans change. Using Kanban is way more practical, where requirements change often, new work items pop up, etc.
If you’re doing projects where everything is predictable, Gantt charts can be good. But for software development projects they do more harm than use.