The release-ready team
An inside look at agile teams that release early and often
Two of the four key tenets of agile software development are: "Working software over comprehensive documentation" and "Responding to change over following a plan." Together, these principles create a powerful focus on releasing software as early and often as possible. Goodbye Gantt charts, hello continuous integration!
Because reliable, consistent releases are more and more crucial to a software team's success (and a product's survival), we wanted to take an inside look into the make up of release-ready teams. With more than 500,000 active JIRA Software Cloud instances, we spotted some common trends across teams who were releasing with the most consistency. So what did the data tell us? See for yourself in our infographic on release-ready teams.Grab it now
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