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03/08/2016
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Every quarter, our engineers do a hackathon: a designated chunk of time (usually, but not always, a week at the quarter's end) where engineers can work on projects of their choice. All hackathons end with a big demo that showcases each individual project, ranging from changes in color schemes to grand projects: ones that might lead to full-fledged features our entire company backs with real cash.
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04/11/2016
Today I’m proud to announce the release of App SDK 2.1. It’s the highest version we’ve ever released and it’s full of shiny new things: Milestone-filtered custom page support: Build apps on custom pages scoped to a milestone Advanced filtering: Slice and dice your data with the new, all powerful filtering component for grids and...
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03/31/2016
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Many of us use agile methodologies because we want to be productive and successful, and we care about our work. Having the right technology to support our agile practice is crucial to our productivity. Here at CA we want to help you boost your productivity and we’ve heard your requests for faster, more focused access to your work. That’s...
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03/18/2016
This is the second in a series of blogs on microservices, based on our experience with building services for the CA Agile Central product and having attended conferences on microservices where engineers discussed their experiences. Background Back in 2012, as we were starting to adopt SOA for the Agile Central product, I attended a...
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03/03/2016
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Let's say your corporate organisation has just declared publicly that it’s “agile": what does that really mean? Since the Australian Prime Minister announced that "The Australia of the future has to be a nation that is agile," we assume he's referring to our role as an agile society and how corporations can enact that...
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02/22/2016
This is the first in a series of blogs on microservices, based on our experience with building services for the Agile Central (Rally) product and having attended conferences on microservices where engineers discussed their experiences. Background Over the years our SaaS Agile ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) product grew from a...
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08/14/2012
Tyler Dillerstone of HomeAway was like many of us and used large sticky notes in his team area to make a clear visualization of stories. As I am sure most of you know by now, Kanban teams like to make as many things as clear and obvious as possible and their work on the Kanban board is never the least of these. One of the main problems...
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08/07/2012
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Hi, I’m Ryan. I’m a regular poster over at the Rally Engineering Blog. Over there, it’s well known that I’m a keyboard fanatic. Recently, I even hinted about a snazzy feature I was implementing during hackathon.Ever since I started using Rally, the fact that I needed to grab the mouse to do anything drove me nuts. I love the keyboard...
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10/01/2013
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I have been influenced by Hawken, Senge, Anderson, Benioff, and Branson as my heroes in business, and I have come to believe that business has the largest role to play in addressing the world’s toughest problems, and can and must become the largest force of good on the planet.  As I started working on Rally these beliefs...
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03/06/2013
Many of our customers are in some stage of transition to an agile approach, and for large companies, a hybrid process is the norm, with some teams/projects/programs using an agile approach and others using a more traditional, waterfall-based approach. As the agile teams adopt Rally, it’s easy to see their progress through the stories,...
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10/03/2010
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We've been creating a number of series in our Agile Blog that we'd like to make sure you know about. All of these posts exist individually on the blog; this page is intended to help show how they are connected. Here you can find an overall description of each series and a collection of all links in that series. The page includes both in-...
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