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Retro boards for Agile Scrum developers

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Hi folks,

I'd like to share a project I've been working on that I hope other developers might find useful.

At work, we follow the Agile development framework (in our case, Scrum specifically) and every two weeks we have our retrospectives. What we were using before was horrendous to look at and use, and we were looking at alternatives without much luck. Well, they exist but are poorly designed and the ones we found had quirks, so we gave up for a time.

I decided to take matters into my own hand and create an application from the ground up to solve our need, so I'd like to share it with others in case you're in the same boat as us.

It only supports retrospectives at the moment, but more board types are in the pipeline.

I'd love to hear feedback from others that work in Agile teams. I have only been able to get feedback from my own team at work, and obviously each agile team works differently depending on the organisation, so it would be good to get an outside perspective to see how it works for other organisations.

Thanks!
 
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Raz0rEdge

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Not sure why you would create a separate app when there are a bunch of options already available. JIRA is the recognized leader in this space, Pivotal Tracker is another option. And I'm sure there are others.

Anyway, your post would be advertising and as such the link has been removed.
 
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