Last week, we took the wraps off the R1 2013 release of TeamPulse, our agile project management solution for software development teams. This release represents a significant update since - among other things - it features a killer new HTML5-based interface. In short, this was my reaction to seeing this new interface:
For a rundown of the latest & greatest goodness that's been added to TeamPulse, make sure to read Yordan Dimitrov's (excellent) overview: TeamPulse R1 2013 is Here - New Look, New Features.
At a high level, TeamPulse helps you manage requirements and bugs, plan releases and track progress while keeping your team constantly connected.
A big challenge of understanding the how a solution works is getting your hands dirty and/or watching others do that for you (AKA, a demo). The good news is that we provide both with TeamPulse.
To get your hands dirty, you have a two options: get a hosted instance up & running or download the bits to run on-premise. For either option, your starting point is here:
If you're more interested in watching a demo or two, our team has published a number of great videos that summarize the newest features that have been added to our R1 2013 release:
- Collect and Manage Customer Feedback with Telerik TeamPulse
- Manage Requirements with Telerik TeamPulse
- Analyze Your Projects with Telerik TeamPulse
- Scrum, Kanban or Any Process with Telerik TeamPulse
Take a few minutes and go check out TeamPulse. There's a lot of awesomesauce in there. If anything, check out the new digs (i.e. our HTML5 interface). It's a mind-scrambler.