This comparison is different, coming from the point of view of a WordPress specialist.
JIRA vs Trello vs Asana vs TeamClerk vs WordPress: Conclusion
JIRA: Use it when working with a team on larger software projects, and if you’re utilizing things like scrum for managing your work.
Trello: Use it if you’re looking for a tool that you and your team can use for free, and that gives you ultimate freedom to manage your projects however you wish.
Asana: Use it if you expect your project management tool to introduce some structure into your workflow, and if you prefer list-based tools, rather than card-based.
TeamClerk: Use it to track your progress in real-time, and to get a good overview of a handful of projects running in parallel from the same dashboard.
Managing projects with WordPress + plugins: Not really.
Author = Karol K (codeinwp)
DoD = Definition of Done = a clear and concise list of requirements that software must adhere to for the team to call it complete.
8 steps to a Definition of Done in Jira
- Create a DoD in Jira
- Break it down
- Make it Global
- Manage it over time
- (No 5)
- Make the product owner responsible and the team accountable
- Enforce it
- Create an acceptance criteria list in Jira
Author = Dave Meyer (Atlassian)
Atlassian Video – Duration = 32:55
• JIRA and Confluence’s deep product integration
• Using Confluence for application design and team collaboration
• How to empower developers, promote open communication, and drive continuous improvement
• How to unite distributed teams
Author = Liz Heier & Ryan Anderson (Atlassian)