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  • Josef Scherer
    +1 Greenhopper for Jira is also very popular nowadays Josef 2010/5/28 wolframarnold
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      Greenhopper for Jira is also very popular nowadays

      Josef

      2010/5/28 wolframarnold <wolfram@...>
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      > The poll is also missing PivotalTracker.com
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      > By far the best I've seen. Hosted. Nimble. Free.
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      > I've used it for 4 years now and nothing comes even close. It's a tool developed by people who needed it, as opposed to a tool developed by people who make process tools. It doesn't suffer from the feature overload and unlike so many IT process tools gets out of your way and lets you do your work. It's an ego-less tool.
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      > Every company I've worked with as consultant for the last 4 years has adopted this, with one exception, and that was a company that was trying to be agile but had too many people attached to non-agile ways afraid of letting go. I'd almost dare to make the statement that if this tool isn't working for you, that might indicate that your processes are too heavy, inflexible, your team spirit is low and your organization resistant to fluidity and change.
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      > -Wolf
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      > www.rubyfocus.biz
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      > --- In scrumdevelopment@yahoogroups.com, Fabio Verzellesi <fabioverza83@...> wrote:
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      > > I've added some sw. If you have other advice tell me something. I'm newbie,
      > > so I've have only to learn and I'm very interested about Scrum themes.
      > > Thanks for the link!
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      > > 2010/5/27 Mark Levison <mark@...>
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      > > > The poll is missing Rally, AgileBuddy and a few others. If you want to make
      > > > it accurate you might want to update your list from Mike Cohn's
      > > > userstories.com
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      > > > Cheers
      > > > Mark
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