Dan Radigan
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Dan Radigan

Dan Radigan

News:I've recently joined the Technical Account Management team helping customers go deep and scale great experiences with Atlassian tools. Interested? Check out my intro blog to learn more. Find me on Twitter: @danradigan.

4 best practices for sprint planning meetings

This article is the second in a series on agile ceremonies. Learn how we do sprint retrospectives, too! Every new year brings a renewed sense of purpose and in the software world, promises to ship...

How to build a kick-ass agile team

Despite sharing common values, there is no formula for the perfect agile team. Some implement scrum while others use kanban. Agile purists prefer co-located teams, but business realities sometimes necessitate distributing an agile team...

Who’s who in agile teams?

Agile teams are structurally different than their waterfall counterparts. Agile teams focus on the team itself, whereas waterfall teams often follow the structure of the organization. As I was learning scrum, one of the...

Atlassian’s Agile Coach goes TAM

Hey everyone! Dan, the agile TAM here. Many of you know me as a frequent author here on atlassianblog.wpengine.com, where I've written about Jira, agile, Jira Agile, and software development best practices. I joined...

3 steps to taming technical debt with Jira

Mounting technical debt is similar to damage caused by termites--left unchecked, both can cause major problems. When technical debt creeps in, development becomes harder, the codebase becomes brittle, and tribal knowledge is required to...

Form nimble agile teams

With agile, it’s easy to talk about processes, ceremonies, and workflows. But it’s also easy to lose sight of the team. In this article, we’ll explore the dynamics of forming nimble agile teams and...