In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about feature and release planning — dealing with bugs, task management, best practices, and more!
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4:06 - Wes:
- Features are logged into software (Github, Jira, etc.)
- I use a Kanban board - I bubble them up and down in the order in which I want to release them
- I don't plan for Q1, Q1, etc..
- Tear off an issue, tackle it, test and deploy.
10:39 - Scott:
- All issues/features get a priority tag (e.g. p1 → p4) regardless of the system
- Bugs go in Github
- Features and platform improvements go in Notion
- Table of priorities (with git branch, lead dev, release number, emoji icon, what it contains, etc.)