As you shift into a position of leadership in your career, you might feel the extra responsibility in the form of stress, nerves or doubt. It is completely natural to feel uncomfortable, yet eager, to move up the corporate ladder. Your first time as a...

“They were always energized by the mind-boggling challenge of how to make the product better”, says Patrick Steyaert, their coach. This consistent commitment to continuous improvement at all levels is a testament to the character of Nemetschek Scia before a poorly implemented Scrum was introduced....

In the past, ScrumDo has been very mouse-centric with minimal support for good keyboard shortcuts. The release that went out this past weekend is the first step of many in changing that.   Now, on most ScrumDo app pages, you can press the "?" key to get a...

ScrumDo now support GitHub pull requests. As a reminder, after configuring the integration, adding text like 'Card #5' or sd-5 to a commit message will tag that card (#5) with that commit. That same syntax now also works in the title, body, or comments of a...

A new release went out today with a few basic, but hopefully long-awaited changes mostly centered around quality-of-life type updates. Links - Before, if you added a link to a card and then came back later and clicked that link the experience was horrible. The card...

This is an excerpt from The Scrumban [R]Evolution - Getting the Most Out of Agile, Scrum and Lean Kanban by Ajay Reddy, one of the co-founders of ScrumDo For more information, Chapter 5 of the book provides a detailed overview of one approach for introducing Scrumban...

Today, shortly after noon (EST) ScrumDo experienced some intermittent slowness and even a few short spouts of downtime for some users. As we began to investigate the problem, we immediately noticed thousands of bogus HTTP requests per second coming from Chinese based IP addresses. Through a...

As promised here is sneak peak at some of the improvements in our new planning tool. A little background: The epics tool has been one of the most used tools in ScrumDo. ScrumDo allows epics to be decomposed into multiple levels, and affords ScrumDo users unparalleled flexibility...

As we mentioned in the previous blog post, we're working on some big UI/UX improvements. One area that we're tackling is how stories are organized and categorized. Right now we have categories and tags on Scrum based projects, and then we have categories, tags, and card...