[UPHPU] Project Management
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Tue Jan 27 16:01:14 MST 2015
Why would you ever want to use anything that leans away from "simple, easy to use?"
> On 27 Jan 2015, at 15:58, Justin Carmony <justin at justincarmony.com> wrote:
> At DDM we use Pivotal Tracker. It isn’t perfect, and it leans more towards the “simple, easy to use” scale than a more complex solution like JIRA. We have it integrated with GitHub and HipChat.
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> On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 9:19 AM, James Noble <noblejames at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 9:03 AM, Brett Evanson <brett at smartrhinolabs.com>
>>> We started using Asana after going through an internally built system
>>> in Drupal. We're a huge Drupal shop, so it was a big move for us to
>>> not be dogfooding, but Asana had a million reasons why it was better
>>> than our own software we built. And it's free for up to 15 users in an
>>> organization. We're over that now and are happy to pay it.
>> We also use Asana. The things I like about it are the ease of getting
>> things setup. Now it doesn't integrate into gitHub or things like. The
>> reason I really like it though is it doesn't slow down the team. It takes
>> less than a minute to setup a task and assign it out. It is also very fast
>> to update the task and send it over to the next person. I absolutely love
>> how fast it is to use.
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