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JIRA for Software Development Teams
This series is introductory in nature and geared towards new JIRA Software users.
These tutorials focus on creating and configuring Scrum boards, creating, updating and working on issues, planning and running sprints, and enhancing boards for ease of use by the development team.
Anyone who will manage agile software development: developers, team leads, product owners, product managers and scrum masters to name a few. Some JIRA and agile knowledge is assumed.
Learn the differences between Scrum and Kanban boards and how each helps your team plan and get work done.
See how to create a project and a Scrum board.
Learn about workflows and how they relate to the columns in a board. Start thinking about the significance of your team’s “Definition of Done.”
Keep your view of the board manageable by displaying issues that are important to the team, using Quick Filters and Swimlanes.
Learn what an issue is and how to create one.
Build data rich issues using the Issue Detail pane or Edit Issue dialog. Collaborate with your teammates through @mentions and the watcher list.
Learn how you prioritize and estimate issues.
See how to create a sprint, fill its backlog and how to start a sprint.
Review ways to keep issues up-to-date. Hand an issue off to a team member.
Move issues through the workflow without ever leaving the scrum board. Learn how the board guides you as you move issues through it. Get a glimpse of more advanced workflow functionality like transition screens and constraints.
Complete a sprint and learn what to be aware of before ending it.
Generate and interpret the three main JIRA reports: Burndown charts, Velocity charts and the Sprint reports.
Review all the steps in action. Create and customize a board, its columns, and views of the board. Create, build, prioritize and estimate issues. Then start the sprint, work on issues, and complete the sprint. Finish up by using reports to review your progress and plan next steps.
Learn JIRA Basics
This series gives you a solid introduction to basic JIRA concepts.
You'll learn about the products that make up JIRA (JIRA Software, JIRA Service Desk, and JIRA Core), what each one is used for, and who uses them. You'll also learn what projects and issues are, how issues get done in JIRA, how to find issues, how to see what's being done using reports and dashboards, and how to navigate in JIRA. By the end of this series you'll know enough to get up and running with JIRA!
Target Audience: Anyone who wishes to learn about JIRA.
Learn about the products that make up JIRA, who controls what you can see and do in JIRA, and how to navigate in JIRA using the header.
Gaining Project Insight Through JQL
Learn the basics of using JQL to form powerful queries.
You'll learn how JQL can unleash the power of JIRA to help you understand and improve how you and your team work. You'll learn the basics of using JQL to form powerful queries, configure JIRA, and produce enviable reports and dashboards that provide you and your team the insights you need to keep your projects at peak efficiency.
Anyone who searches for issues in JIRA! You may be or brand new or looking to expand your skills. Get the most out of JIRA with JQL.
Get a sneak peek of what you can expect to learn from this series on your path to becoming a JIRA power user.
Learn to build simple queries using JIRA's Basic Search.
Build a foundation for your search skills by learning some keywords and concepts used in JIRA Query Language (JQL).
Dive into JQL by creating compound queries using AND and OR.
Learn to build queries based on date values. Search for issues using exact dates, relative dates and date ranges.
Learn to build queries to find issues based on the words and phrases they contain.
Save time by using functions that perform calculations in your queries.
Add more operators and keywords to your JQL toolkit.
Customize the display of your search results.
Explore the other ways JQL is used in JIRA, from customizing the display of issues on your boards to creating dashboards, giving you business-intelligence insights into your work.
Review the key JQL concepts covered throughout this course and see them put to work for the members of different teams.
Git the Atlassian Way
These tutorials provide an introduction to Git and the Bitbucket version control system