Category Archives: Confluence

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Why You Should Become an Atlassian Certified Administrator

Why You Should Become an Atlassian Certified Administrator

The beginning of the year is the usual time to reflect on past accomplishments and set goals for the year ahead, both personally and professionally. The personal goals seem to come more naturally: be healthier, travel more, get organized. But when it comes to professional goals, it can be harder to come up with ones that are guaranteed to show […]

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Documentation Establishes a Single Source of Truth

Documentation Establishes a Single Source of Truth

Documentation is important and in this post, we will look at how Rosetta Stone uses documentation to establish a single source of truth at their organization. Josh Elman, Partner at Greylock Ventures, once said that the most important thing a product manager does is document decisions. Document decisions – really? With all the things a […]

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Functional Programming: Be more than a functional programmer

Functional Programming: Be more than a functional programmer

I’ve felt resistance to functional programming and functional programmers ever since functional programming became “a thing.” While I’m disappointed by the arguments made against functional programming, I am equally (if not more) frustrated that the functional programming point of view has not evolved, leading it to be easily derided as developer religion. It’s time to […]

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Stay informed with Confluence batched notifications

Stay informed with Confluence batched notifications

Confluence keeps you up to date about edits to your pages, feedback from teammates, and announcements. But you know this. Here’s what’s new: batched notifications. With batched notifications, Confluence will now send you more relevant email notifications. You’ll still receive the information you care about most but – and here’s the good part – you’ll […]

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Use Mindmaps to Plan Your Next Project in Confluence

Use Mindmaps to Plan Your Next Project in Confluence

How do you typically start your planning process for a new project? If it entails drawing straws for who has to write on the whiteboard, this post will help. Let’s start by stating the obvious: planning a project is difficult. Too often, after loads of meetings and conversations you’re left with scattered notes, whiteboard photos, […]

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