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  • How this Atlassian Marketplace Vendor is Dealing with the Coronavirus Pandemic The coronavirus pandemic is affecting nearly everyone worldwide. The Atlassian ecosystem is not immune. Luckily, many of our customers are used to remote working. Here are some of our thoughts on this new reality.
  • Introducing Structure 6 With the release of Structure 6, ALM Works is introducing an exciting new capability: Now you can selectively write Structure attributes to Jira issue fields. Read about this new feature and the other enhancements for the server and data center editions of Structure.
  • Advice From an Expert: How to Tackle Requirements Traceability in Your SDLC At ALM Works, we’re fascinated by the creative ways our customers address common Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) challenges with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) platforms and tools. We recently spoke with Erez Marcovich, Functional Architect at Amdocs, about his passion for, and expertise around, requirements traceability.
  • Introducing Structure.Gantt 2.0 In February 2018, we introduced a new extension for Structure called Structure.Gantt — a Gantt solution for Jira that runs on top of Structure. With the introduction of Structure.Gantt 2.0, which includes two important and oft-requested new features (Baselines & Resource Leveling,) we are also announcing pricing changes.
  • Pledge 1%: Children Across America As part of our Pledge 1% efforts, ALM Works teamed up with Children Across America to take part in a local STEM program. On August 1st in Milford, Massachusetts, local children attended a program where they were exposed to different activities that help them to become better problem-solvers and learners. STEM learning can happen anytime, anywhere. And what better time than this?