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How can Jira and Confluence be used to manage and collaborate on game development projects, specific

Julia Alaxandar
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Apr 10, 2023

As a game developer working on a racing game project, I'm interested in using Jira and Confluence to manage tasks, collaborate with my team, and keep track of progress. However, I'm not sure where to start or how to best tailor these tools to the unique needs of game development.

What are some best practices for using Jira and Confluence in the context of game development, specifically in the racing game genre?

How can these tools be used to manage different aspects of the project, such as level design, AI implementation, and vehicle physics?

Let's discuss how Jira and Confluence can be leveraged for efficient and effective racing game development.

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