Making Project Management Not Suck
It’s time for project management not to suck anymore. That’s why I'm chatting with Zach Ozer, the VP of Engineering at Clubhouse.io.
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It’s time for project management not to suck anymore. That’s why I’ve brought in Zach Ozer, the VP of Engineering at Clubhouse.io to talk about how the new partnership between LinearB and Clubhouse is helping dev teams eliminate the need for status update meetings, and automate the manual tasks so many project management tools require from developers.
Scaling a company is a challenge when everything is working great, but when your data is fragmented across multiple systems and your engineering team struggles to see the full picture of product and engineering life cycles, it can be nearly impossible. It’s time for us to start consolidating the data between project management tools and the actual development progress being made in your git system.
In this episode of Dev Interrupted we discuss:
- What’s broken with software development project management today
- How engineering organizations can eliminate status update meetings
- What a dev-first project management tool does different
- Why LinearB and Clubhouse.io are partnering and what it means for you
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