Last Thursday, March 19, 2020, we here at //SEIBERT/MEDIA were planning on holding our Atlassian Enterprise Club Day an in-person event in Wiesbaden, but the unexpected coronavirus pandemic has thrown us a curveball that we needed to adjust to. Rather than canceling the event, we converted it to a remote event. We live-streamed the event via our YouTube channel. After our live AEC show, several participants asked us about the technology that we used. We wanted to give everyone a more detailed look behind the scenes here in this article.
Are you thinking about implementing the scaled agile framework (SAFe) in order to meet your business needs? Curious about how Atlassian tools can help you achieve your goals?
In this video from “Jans Einfach” (Jans Easy), my goal is to give you a quick overview on how to use Agile Hive, our in-house developed solution that can help you manage your SAFe planning and your business.
During //SEIBERT/MEDIA’s last Atlassian Enterprise Club meeting with customers in Wiesbaden, we welcomed an important visitor from Sydney, Australia: Wendell Keuneman, Head of Confluence at Atlassian. Not only did Wendell answer questions from deep discussions with our customers, he also provided useful insights into best practices for workplace co-operation and collaboration with Atlassian software.
Regular readers of this blog or subscribers to our English YouTube channel will know Sherif Mansour, Confluence Product Manager at Atlassian in Sydney. We have published many fun interviews on various topics with Sherif. At the recent 2016 AtlasCamp in Barcelona, the large developer conference by Atlassian, we met again with Sherif, and offered him another opportunity to speak with us on camera.
Since he is often asked for use cases of JIRA, CEO of //SEIBERT/MEDIA Martin Seibert explains how he uses the Atlassian tool. He highly advocates transparency by making any ideas, tasks, and to do’s traceable by all employees. Watch the video to learn why managers should use JIRA.
This post is about Linch and Pin and their conversations about collaboration in an elevator. The two are working in a big corporation and analyze the difficulties of collaboration in this company during their encounters. They know, that there is a better way, but they are not in charge. Linch and Pin are the stars of our upcoming new video series. Stay tuned!
New to Confluence? Not sure how to structure your contents? In this short video tutorial, Martin Seibert explains how to structure content in Confluence by using spaces:
JIRA helps you collaborate more efficiently with your co-workers and spend less time in following up tasks. This user friendly tool, among many other helpful features, lets you enter descriptions of tasks that need to be done, assign them to other employees and set deadlines. It allows you to create issues (tasks) for helpdesk tickets, project tasks, change requests or software bugs.
Working with Confluence, you notice how fast the content of your wiki is constantly expanding. Eventually some content needs to be updated due to new information or developments. The question that might arise: Shall I create a new page with new content or rather update the existing page? In this video, Martin Seibert from //SEIBERT/MEDIA explains the advantages of updating a page rather than creating a new one. This approach might involve a bit of work and time but reduces redundancies and helps communicating updates to the existing followers of the old content.
Being introduced to JIRA can be intimidating and overwhelming. JIRA is a very powerful and complex task management and bug tracking system. However, the key functions are very simple and user friendly. Starting to work with JIRA issues is the best way to become familiar with this tool. In the following tutorial, Martin Seibert from //SEIBERT/MEDIA shows how create issues in JIRA and gives an overview of the configuration options.