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The tools we use: JIRA

The tools we use: JIRA

Posted by Mat Hollingsworth on Thu, 26 Jan 2017

JIRA is a fantastic tool for managing complex software projects, as it works like an online version of a project management whiteboard, and integrates with the software tools you already use.

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The tools we use: Slack

The tools we use: Slack

Posted by Mat Hollingsworth on Thu, 03 Nov 2016

One of the many software programs we use here at inoutput, to keep communications transparent and projects on the move, is Slack. So, what is Slack?

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Fund your software project: A guide to grants, accelerator programs and seed funding in Australia

Fund your software project: A guide to grants, accelerator programs and seed funding in Australia

Posted by Chris Rickard on Thu, 13 Oct 2016

Did you know that you don’t need to raise the capital for your software project entirely on your own?

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Why we run an IOP Kick-off with every client before beginning a software development project

Why we run an IOP Kick-off with every client before beginning a software development project

Posted by Chris Rickard on Thu, 18 Aug 2016

IOP Kick-off is our first step before beginning any software development project. Here’s why.

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Job: Are you a Mid level PHP / Laravel Developer? Come do rad stuff at inoutput

Job: Are you a Mid level PHP / Laravel Developer? Come do rad stuff at inoutput

Posted by Chris Rickard on Fri, 12 Aug 2016

Join a fun team of passionate nerds who build fun stuff.

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Inoutput tackles data for Yarra Trams Night Network project

Inoutput tackles data for Yarra Trams Night Network project

Posted by Otto on Tue, 02 Feb 2016

Throughout 2015, inoutput worked closely with Yarra Trams to prepare for the Victorian Government’s Night Network trial.

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Automating our Craft development workflow or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the Gulpfile

Automating our Craft development workflow or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the Gulpfile

Posted by Angus Fretwell on Mon, 02 Feb 2015

I was initially skeptical of all the new automation tools which had sprung into existence in the last few years. Bower seemed nice, but manually downloading external resources was never hard; did I really need to add another layer of complexity to our workflow? Vagrant looked intimidating—it didn't seem worth the hassle for a relatively small team developing PHP-based websites.

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