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  • What is Ossum?

    What is Ossum?

    Ossum is a planner, issue tracker, and source code management system (using Git) that also seamlessly and easily integrates with your CI/CD tools such as Jenkins.

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  • Merge Requests and Code Reviews with Ossum

    Merge Requests and Code Reviews with Ossum

    What's the best way to merge the work of multiple individual developers into a single product without introducing errors or confusion? Read this blog to learn more.

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  • What is Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD)?

    What is Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD)?

    CI/CD breaks the development process into smaller, more nimble workflows, saving you work and increasing the pace of code integration.

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  • Best Practices for Using Git with Ossum

    Best Practices for Using Git with Ossum

    Take git to the next level. Use ossum to track branches in graph view, create merge requests, get team feedback with built-in code reviews, and integrate your CI tool to verify merge requests.

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  • Integrating Ossum with Jenkins

    Integrating Ossum with Jenkins

    See how easy it is to integrate an ossum workflow with your Jenkins CI automation.

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  • Setting Up a Software Development Environment

    Setting Up a Software Development Environment

    Before you begin working on a new project with your team, you need to set up a robust and reliable development environment that includes all the tools you need to code and work together effectively.

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  • QA Automation for the Busy Developer

    QA Automation for the Busy Developer

    Establish repeatable, reliable, rapid, self-documenting deployments with ossum.

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  • Organize your workflow with labels and epics

    Organize your workflow with labels and epics

    Ossum’s Kanban-style planning board has the powerful and flexible feature to tag, sort, and filter cards so you can find crucial information faster.

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  • Is Angular All that it Promises to be?

    Is Angular All that it Promises to be?

    Angular helped us build ossum to provide the easiest and most motivating user experience combined with all the powerful features Agile teams and developers need.

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  • Managing Your Source Code In Ossum

    Managing Your Source Code In Ossum

    Ossum’s powerful Git capabilities make it easy for teams of any size to create a new repository or migrate an existing one, collaborate on code, and connect software changes to their planning board.

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  • Introducing MS Visual Studio Code Extension for ossum

    Introducing MS Visual Studio Code Extension for ossum

    Streamline your development activities

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  • Keep Work Flowing With Ossum's Powerful Kanban Boards

    Keep Work Flowing With Ossum's Powerful Kanban Boards

    Ossum is a fresh new tool with a Kanban board that is engaging, intuitive and fun to use for techies and non-techies alike.

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  • What Makes Ossum So Awesome?

    What Makes Ossum So Awesome?

    Achieve new heights of team productivity

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  • Slack Webhook Integration

    Slack Webhook Integration

    A technical how-to-guide for integrating slack into ossum using a web-hook and serverless platform

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  • 5 Things You'll Love About Ossum

    5 Things You'll Love About Ossum

    Choosing tools for your software development projects can easily become overwhelming. There are so many tools out there. Asking yourself these important questions can help you narrow down your choices

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  • How I Left GitHub and Survived

    How I Left GitHub and Survived

    There are so many good tools out there today to help us build our projects. However, getting all those tools to work together can be a bit of a pain. Using ossum has made my life so much easier!

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  • Ossum Has Arrived!

    Ossum Has Arrived!

    Plan, code, & launch your next great product

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