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Ronan Dunlop
Integrations

Ramen: Partners in Heart and Mind

We’re thrilled that Ramen exists and couldn’t be more delighted that they asked us to be a core partner. How could we not support a company that used Tracker to help them crush it at the 11/2013 LAUNCH Hackathon and win first place. Besides being an obviously talented and focused development team, their hearts and minds are dedicated to the same cause we espouse: Startups! Read more...

Lisa Crispin
Productivity

Bugs and Chores: To Estimate, or Not to Estimate?

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Most of us prefer to spend our time developing new features for our customers. But we usually have some overhead in the form of bugs and chores that takes some of our time. Since Tracker started out life on greenfield projects, it has a default setting that bugs and chores don’t get point estimates. The idea is that bugs and chores emerge over time, and while they do take time to address, they’re an ongoing and fairly consistent cost. Read more...

Lisa Crispin
Productivity

A Healthier Approach to Estimating and Velocity

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Tracker’s mission in life is to give teams an up-to-date snapshot of where they are and where they are headed. When we look at our project(s) in Tracker, we know for sure what we’ve done and what’s currently in progress. Tracker uses that information to help us visualize what we’re likely to be able to do for the next few weeks. Read more...

Volume Inc.
News

Volume Inc. on Tracker's New Identity and Website

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How did this new Pivotal Tracker’s identity system and website come about, anyway? It started with the need for Tracker to align its image and messaging in order to better identify and distinguish the product’s role as the industry leader in project management software. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
News

Unplanned Tracker Downtime Earlier Today

Pivotal Tracker went down without notice for all users today at 10:50 US Pacific time, for approximately half hour. This happened during a planned release to upgrade our production version of Solr (our search server) , as well as move our Solr-based search service to new hosts, for improved performance as well as improved search functionality. This release, like most of the releases that we do, should not have been noticed or have caused disruption to you in any way. Read more...