At first glance the structure of our Jira boards appears chaotic and relatively confusing. I think it is important to break things down as a way of improving the comprehension of why things are organized as they are. It is also important to ensure that everyone understands the over arching goals which helped inform the […]
Writing successful development tickets requires understanding the problem to explain it simply in a very concise manner. The easiest of these to draft are malfunction tickets. Something is broken and needs to be investigated then likely fixed as soon as possible.
In order to do this we must craft each ticket in a manner that breaks the work down into the smallest achievable scope as possible.
Any work request involving more than a simple task in a single sprint will likely require considerable planning and organization. This is the role of the EPIC in Jira. It is a mechanism to unify a large body of disparate work into a measurable goal.
As of 6/23, you can submit tickets(requests) direct to where developers work out of, JIRA. This should let developers reach out to you, the business owners directly if needed and improve response time. These are the steps to adding a request: 1. Visit the link: https://haymarket.atlassian.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=56&projectKey=DPT 2. Click on the plus button 3. Fill out/select the following […]