No Tool Is An Island: How We Dogfood Tasktop to Build DevOps into our Business

As an organization becomes more complex, we find an increasing degree of specialization in functions and roles. These bring the depth of knowledge and expertise required for managing complicated business functions. Along with these specializations comes a need for the domain specific tools that are best suited to the work being performed. To enable our …

Top reasons to attend Tasktop Connect 2017 (including Early Bird Discount)

By now, we hope you’re aware that we are hosting our first conference, Tasktop Connect, on October 4, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. At Tasktop Connect, leaders from some of the most successful IT organizations such as Comcast, Nationwide, Lockheed Martin, and others, will share their best practices and lessons learned from undergoing large-scale Agile and …

Support for Gitlab, ServiceNow Express and Modern Requirements4TFS Now Available

Increasingly we’re seeing large organizations that want to pick and choose the best-of-breed tools that combine to create a customized tool chain that supports their specific software development and delivery needs. So we’re pleased to announce that today we’ve added support for Gitlab, ServiceNow Express and Modern Requirements4TFS, expanding the options available when creating a …

How to optimize your software development co-op / internship program

Co-ops and internships for students and young graduates have become very commonplace in the software industry. Beneficial for interns and companies alike, an internship program can help budding software developers to enhance their skill set while contributing to the success of the business. As a software engineering co-op at Tasktop, I’ve witnessed first-hand what it …

Optimizing collaboration between Software Engineers and Product Owners by integrating JIRA and Targetprocess

As Software Engineers, we tend to get lost within our ivory towers. We are logical people, and crave logic in the world around us. The real world around us, though, is messy and frustratingly illogical. I am happiest, and most productive, when I have a well-defined Epic to work on, with clear requirements and acceptance …