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What is your project management stack for development?

 
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I am currently exploring software for managing the entire software development lifecycle. What is your project management stack for development? e.g. jira, confluence, trello, bitbucket, etc, and how do you integrate the flow of information from one to the other across different departments/stakeholders involved in the process?
 
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Hello Chris,

The Project Management Institute, The Scrum Alliance or the IEEE can be good references on what
the "software development lifecycle" might be these days, as the field changes on a daily basis...

 
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I find it quite ironic how the Agile Manifesto says People and Interactions over Processes and Tools and yet many adopters get hung up on tools. I'd advise to structure your teams and adopt processes that maximize communication and interactions between people. Select tools that support that flow. My last project used physical boards, daily standup meetings, and collaborative development techniques like Pair/Mob Programming and BDD involving teams whose components had to interact with each other. Always consider Conway's Law and the Inverse Conway's Law.
 
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If you work in a big company, knowing what tools are *available* is important because it is non trivial to bring in a new tool.

However, having a tool available doesn't mean you have to use it. We use Jira for many things. At our standup, we've used post it notes, OneNote and Jira at various points in time.
 
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