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michael_march
Ian Cooperman is an Atlassian Consultant with Isos Technology who started his journey with Jira and Confluence as a Program Manager looking for a more efficient way for his digital teams to plan, track, and collaborate on their work, all while providing transparency to leadership and stakeholders. After 10 years of experience using Atlassian tools to optimize and scale teams at both small and large organizations, he remains an Atlassian enthusiast with the goal of assisting others to get the most from their Atlassian suite of products. Ian’s consulting takes on a unique blend from his passion for leading teams, his product expertise, and years of hands-on experience in agile software development. He is an Atlassian Certified Professional: Agile for Jira and Jira Project Administrator. When he is not “geeking out” on all things Atlassian, he spends his time with family, surfing, serving his church and community, and occasionally dabbles in real estate investing.

Bam! How to Pull Assets from One Jira Project into Another One

Atlassian, Jira

I have to say that we have some incredibly talented solution engineers on the Isos Technology team. Their ability to think far outside the box and make the unimaginable a reality is something I see on almost a daily[...]

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Hand Tools vs Power Tools

Confluence, Atlassian, Jira

I've recently picked up the already saturated market of flipping houses. While I enjoy getting my hands dirty tearing down walls, installing flooring, and building decks, I immediately realized that my small collection[...]

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How to Inspire Competition

Culture

When you think about competition, what usually comes to mind? Is it a college football game? The Settlers of Catan board game? Isos successfully competing for #1 on Atlassian Solution Partners (sorry that I'm not sorry[...]

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Moving Beyond "The Three Questions"

Software Development, DevOps

This post was co-authored with Bob Wen.

"What is your name?...What is your quest?..."

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

A practice that most teams adopt from Scrum is the Daily Standup or "Daily Scrum". In this[...]

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Are You Slackin' with Jira?

Atlassian, Jira, Slack

In the information age, if you acquire information faster than your competition, chances are you will be more successful. Ask your financial advisor or the coach of your favorite sports team. And the same rule applies[...]

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What does HDI even stand for?

Atlassian, Jira, DevOps, Opsgenie

When asked to attend the 2019 HDI Conference in Orlando, my initial reaction was, "I don't even know what that is"

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It All Started with a Blog

Atlassian, Culture, Jira

I found Isos through a blog way more interesting than this one. As an avid Atlassian enthusiast, I was immediately drawn to what Isos offered in the industry and their fascinating history of how they got here. After[...]

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