Book Review: JIRA 4 Essentials
Posted by News Fetcher on September 07 '11 at 02:46 PM
By samzenpus from Slashdot's read-all-about-it department
writes "The JIRA issue-tracking system has been around for seven years and has proved popular in commercial as well as open-source environments owing to its licensing arrangements (free of charge to certain classes of organizations, and source code available to developers). The release of v.4 in 2009 (now at 4.4) brought some major changes to the UI and searching, a new plugin architecture, and the ability to share project dashboards outside the system. Patrick Li's JIRA 4 Essentials is a comprehensive guide to the interface and facilities that both presents the material straightforwardly and avoids the trap of just being a guide to the menus. Although it is aimed mainly at the administrator, it will also be useful for the desktop user wanting a standalone system."
Read on for the rest of Peter's review. JIRA 4 Essentials: Track bugs, issues, and manage your software development projects with JIRA
author Patrick Li
reviewer Peter Flynn
summary A step-by-step tutorial and is packed with practical examples that will make learning JIRA easy.Read Replies (0)