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Introducing Backlog Ordering for Iteration Planner

Backlog Order allows you to carry your Iteration Planner context over to the FogBugz filter view in FogBugz Ocelot. More specifically, it lets you see how you ordered your cases, by milestone. Read more about how it works.

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FogBugz On Site – Project Tracking on Your Own Server

We’re pleased to announce that FogBugz On Site is now available. On Site is our new, self-hosted version of FogBugz. It contains all the latest functionality from our Cloud-hosted version, FogBugz On Demand, but it’s available on your own server.

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The Definitive Guide to Planning a Company Off-site

Last year Fog Creek decided we wanted to have an off-site. Before I began planning, I scoured the internet for help – How do I do this? Where do I even begin? Let me tell you, there aren’t many answers out there. So after working my way through it and creating an awesome off-site for my team, I’m going to tell you exactly how I did it… down to the minute!

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FogBugz and Trello now integrate with new Power-up

Finally! You’ve been asking for it for a long time, and we’ve long wanted to deliver it. The wait is now over – FogBugz integrates with Trello.

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How to Make Hard Decisions – Tech Talk

Brett Huff, VP Engineering here at Fog Creek, discusses how to make hard decisions. He explains a number of concepts and tools to help and then describes how to put them into real-life use with some examples taken from Fog Creek’s innovation efforts.

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dev.life – Interview with Steve Klabnik

In dev.life, we chat with developers about their passion for programming: how they got into it, what they like to work on and how.

Today’s guest is Steve Klabnik, Community Team Lead on the Rust core team. Steve is a Rails committer and prolific Open Source contributor, who has authored ‘Designing Hypermedia APIs’, ‘Rust for Rubyists’ and ‘Rails 4 in Action’.

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Using TimeBlocks to Increase Maker Efficiency – Tech Talk

In this Tech Talk, Anders Thue Pedersen, founder and CEO at TimeBlock, explains a lightweight, Agile working method created with makers in mind. He describes his own personal experience in using it to organize work at his own company and how it can improve project efficiency and transparency, between makers, managers, and clients.

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creek.life – Interview with David Miller

Ordinarily, in dev.life, we chat with developers about their passion for programming: how they got into it, what they like to work on and how. But this is creek.life – a dev.life special interview, introducing David Miller, our VP Product. David is now one of our new 4-person management team who leads Fog Creek.

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The Problems with Open Source (and How to Fix Them) - Interview with Justin Searls

The Problems with Open Source (and How to Fix Them) – Interview with Justin Searls

In this interview with Justin Searls, Co-Founder at Development Agency Test Double, we discuss issues in open source software and what we can do about them. Justin raises problems for both consumers and contributors – like managing hundreds of dependencies to security issues and burnt-out maintainers. We dive into the efforts being made to address these and what you can do too.

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Improved GitHub Integration – Automatically Create Bug Events with Commits

With our new Bug Event integration with GitHub, you can automatically create Bug Events in FogBugz cases when pushing commits to a GitHub repository. This means that it’s now easier to track your work on code in GitHub from within FogBugz.

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