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Slack   

15,510
A single place for team communication and workflows
Slack is a single workspace that connects users with the people and tools they work with everyday, no matter where they are or what they do. Read more about Slack
A single place for team communication and workflows
Slack is a single workspace that connects users with the people and tools they work with everyday, no matter where they are or what they do. Read more about Slack

JIRA Software   

7,219
68 pts
Project & Issue Tracking Software - See why we're #1!
Trusted by millions, JIRA is the leading project management tool enabling teams to track, manage, and report with confidence - any team, any size. Get started! Read more about JIRA Software
Project & Issue Tracking Software - See why we're #1!
Trusted by millions, JIRA is the leading project management tool enabling teams to track, manage, and report with confidence - any team, any size. Get started! Read more about JIRA Software

Pivotal Tracker  

95
Agile project management tool for developers
Pivotal Tracker gives visibility over all project work, helping to set priorities, centralize communication, share files, and implement an agile workflow. Read more about Pivotal Tracker
Agile project management tool for developers
Pivotal Tracker gives visibility over all project work, helping to set priorities, centralize communication, share files, and implement an agile workflow. Read more about Pivotal Tracker

Redmine  

88
Redmine is a project management web application
Redmine is an online project management software built on the Ruby on Rails framework specifically for small groups. Read more about Redmine
Redmine is a project management web application
Redmine is an online project management software built on the Ruby on Rails framework specifically for small groups. Read more about Redmine

Assembla  

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Project management tool for software development teams
Accelerate your team with a wiki, a message board, shared files, and other classic collaboration tools, wrapped up into one activity stream, in Assembla. Read more about Assembla
Project management tool for software development teams
Accelerate your team with a wiki, a message board, shared files, and other classic collaboration tools, wrapped up into one activity stream, in Assembla. Read more about Assembla

FogBugz  

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Project, issue, and bug tracking for teams
FogBugz makes it simple to track your projects. It focuses your team on what needs to be done, and brings schedules back into reality. Capture your tasks, features, and customer requests in a central location, bringing clarity to your development effort. Read more about FogBugz Software developers need time to work on our code without distractions and interruptions, and once we’re done, we need to know what’s next on the list. It’s pretty straight forward when you’re working independently or on a small team, but as team size increases the ideas of being productive and organized start to be at odds with each other. At core, we think of software support as post-release software design. The job of the original designer is to imagine how a hoard of different people will respond to a product. Support's job is to allow product development to hear the actual response without being overwhelmed.
Project, issue, and bug tracking for teams
FogBugz makes it simple to track your projects. It focuses your team on what needs to be done, and brings schedules back into reality. Capture your tasks, features, and customer requests in a central location, bringing clarity to your development effort. Read more about FogBugz Software developers need time to work on our code without distractions and interruptions, and once we’re done, we need to know what’s next on the list. It’s pretty straight forward when you’re working independently or on a small team, but as team size increases the ideas of being productive and organized start to be at odds with each other. At core, we think of software support as post-release software design. The job of the original designer is to imagine how a hoard of different people will respond to a product. Support's job is to allow product development to hear the actual response without being overwhelmed.
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