The definitive guide to project management in GitHub
Learn how to build better software and foster a more collaborative team. Every chapter of our new book is packed with expert advice and real-world examples your team can start using today.
Deliver a better product, in less time, with fewer headaches
This eBook is ideal for teams:
- Using GitHub to manage projects and looking to improve their ways of working
- Considering switching to using GitHub for project management
- Beginning their agile and Scrum journey, and looking for how to integrate this into GitHub project management
You’ll hear from some very smart people, like Jono Bacon (former head of community at GitHub and Ubuntu) and Henrik Kniberg (author of Scrum and XP from the Trenches and agile coach for Spotify and Lego). We’ve also included dozens of links to our favorite resources on everything from product management, to the perfect pull request, to productivity.
This book is awesome, it's packed with a ton of intermediate-level, professional tips, and techniques for using GitHub!
Looking for ways to turn your GitHub issues into an agile project? This book will show you how.
It’s succinct, very well written, and really digs deep into using GitHub not just to manage your repos, but also for project management.
Nearly 100 pages of no-fluff advice
How to use GitHub for agile project management
Issues or ‘user stories’ are only as good as you make them. Learn how to turn GitHub Issues into a powerful tool for collaboration.
Better task boards, smarter GitHub labels
Spend less time clicking around. Learn how to structure your project and label Issues to present a clear, consistent picture of progress.
Master your product and sprint backlog
Move your product forward in the right direction. This step-by-step workflow will help you gain control over your product and sprint backlog.
Software Estimation: The art of guessing badly
How much effort will it take? Add predictability and accountability with this sane approach to estimates.
Succeeding before, during, and after a sprint
Keep your sprint on track, and get a high-level view with roadmaps. This low-overhead approach will help your team achieve bigger milestones and learn from mistakes.