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JIRA is an antipattern | TechCrunch
I'm not sure this is a criticism of JIRA as much as a critique of Agile, specifically scrum boards and feature slips.
And the antidote, prose documents, isn't about JIRA at all either.
Those are supposed to be design documents and architectural overviews.
JIRA isn't built for that.
JIRA isn't a design tool.
And, despite what the commenters are saying, neither is Confluence.
Confluence can be a _repository_ of those documents but it's not a satisfactory design tool either (and blows for collaborative editing, frankly).
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3 days ago by po
The Wetware Crisis: the Dead Sea effect : Bruce F. Webster
Mildly bogus metric since the argument is that good staff retention is rare.
However, it does reflect the reality that most orgs do not effectively promote IT staff so they have to move on.
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4 days ago by po

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