A year in the making! We spent the best part of 2020 figuring out what the future of Taiga and agile project management should look like. Even if this new journey has just started, we couldn't wait to share with you a glimpse of that feature. Behold Taiga6!
The Taiga Team is super excited to share all the great news about the upcoming Taiga6 release. Taiga6 dwarves Taiga5 and Taiga4 combined! and sets course to consolidate its position as one of the major players in the Agile Project Management arena. Also, it's open source!
Year 2020's unexpected plot twist has left many of us still in shock but among other things, we made sure we would continue to work to deliver a great agile platform for cross-domain teams. We even missed Taiga 5 announcement deadline and so we have decided to announce Taiga 5.5 instead. Taiga Seed, new fresh theme, Taiga App partnership and quite a number of changes make up for a wonderful release.
Which methodology is best for a tech startup? We discuss different implementations of agile methodologies (scrum or kanban?), how and when to implement them and which are some of the most common misconceptions.
Taiga is joining Digital Ocean’s hacktoberfest, an initiative of Digital Ocean to promote participation in open source projects. It is open to everyone and all backgrounds and skill levels are encouraged to complete the challenge.
We are well into 2019, and thought we'd share some cool announcements. Instead of posting them separately, we're squeezing them into a single post to save you some precious time. Even more, here's the TL;DR just in case you don't have time right now.
2018 has been a great year already for the Taiga family. We continued to grow (even with no marketing expenditure!), we continued building a solid tech support team, and we enjoyed receiving amazing feedback to every single one of our three releases.
Welcome to Taiga release 3.4.0, Pinus Contorta, named after this popular tree also known as the lodgepole, shore or twisted pine. The name was suggested by one of our team members, Alex, who pointed that this release is chock-full of the most highly desired enhancements. We hope it proves as popular with our community as the Pinus Contorta is beloved in the Western United States.
Named after the black spruce, Picea Mariana is a species of spruce tree in the pine family, very common in the North American taiga. And we like it because like us, it is a slow-growing, stalwart and upright - ell we're not that slow growing. Did you know we're up to almost 300,000 registered users since launch?
Welcome to Taiga's latest release, Betula Nana (v.3.2.0) named after the dwarf birch, a species of birch found mainly in the tundra of the Arctic region.