Terry Densmore

Terry Densmore is a Product Manager at CollabNet VersionOne. Previously, Terry spent three years as an agile consultant on the Services team. He has introduced agile to multiple disciplines including software, mechanical, and electrical engineering teams. Terry also helped conquer the myth that agile cannot be as successful with distributed teams.

  • The Lifecycle API Console, a Gateway to Data

    The Lifecycle API Console, a Gateway to Data

    Announced in the VersionOne Lifecycle Spring 2017 Release, the API Console is a tool that is useful to many different users interacting with Lifecycle.  The API Console is a place a user can go...

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  • Slack Push Notifications for VersionOne Lifecycle

    Slack Push Notifications for VersionOne Lifecycle

    Notifications are nice, especially if you get in the zone and are knee deep in testing, coding or approving stories. VersionOne Lifecycle for Agile ALM has had notifications for quite some time,...

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  • Manage Your Mission-Critical ALM Integrations with ALM Connect

    Manage Your Mission-Critical ALM Integrations with ALM Connect

    With the introduction of ALM Connect™, VersionOne is providing a one stop shop for the integration needs of larger organizations.  

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  • New Portfolio Item Subscriptions

    New Portfolio Item Subscriptions

    During my time on the VersionOne Services team, one of the features I always tried to highlight with larger customers was subscriptions. Such a simple feature can provide a huge impact in larger...

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  • Native Kanban Support Added to TeamRooms

    Native Kanban Support Added to TeamRooms

    As a consultant with VersionOne for the better part of three years, I would routinely get questions around the fact that TeamRooms in VersionOne did not support Kanban natively. I had to explain...

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  • New ScrumMaster Tips

    New ScrumMaster Tips

    I recently completed a blog on PMs transitioning to a ScrumMaster role.  I was inspired to put together a quick blog post for new ScrumMasters after reading a question that was posted to social...

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  • So you’re going to be a ScrumMaster?

    So you’re going to be a ScrumMaster?

    “Well I am a PM now but they are making me a Scrum Master.” I have heard that statement countless times. Some PMs are happy about the new challenge, some aren’t and some just want to keep making...

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  • It Isn’t Agile; It Is Life!

    It Isn’t Agile; It Is Life!

    One of the things I like to start with when introducing agile development is the quick application of agile development to life. I ask the question: “Did you plan today six months ago? Did you...

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  • The 4Ls, a Retrospective Technique

    The 4Ls, a Retrospective Technique

    As of late I have had several questions from teams on how to improve their retrospectives.  The idea behind the retrospective is to give the team an opportunity to reflect on the sprint.  There...

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  • People Are Humans Too!

    People Are Humans Too!

    Huh? What kind of title is that? Good question I wanted to take some time to remind those at the top that they aren’t standing on the people on the bottom, they are held up by the people on the...

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  • 5S Applied to Agile Software Development

    5S Applied to Agile Software Development

    You didn’t stumble across a manufacturing blog don’t click the back button! Like Lean Software Development and Kanban, 5S was born in Japan as part of the just in time system (JIT). 5S was and...

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  • Agile Life Raft

    Agile Life Raft

    There I sat at my mahogany desk after another frustrating meeting of “why are we late?” As a technical person I found it very hard to express my woes to those considered non-technical.  We were a...

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