Here on the Stash team, we know how valuable pull requests are, because we use them every day. We're constantly looking for ways to improve them and make you more productive. In Stash 3.2, we're delivering a couple of enhancements that we've found handy, and we hope you enjoy them, too. Try Stash 3.2 today Preview your pull request before creating it We brought you branch compare in Stash 3.0 as a way to check out the diffs between two branches. It lets you preview all the work that was going

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This is the last in our five-part series from guest blogger J. Paul Reed—build engineer, automation enthusiast, and host of The Ship Show podcast. We're ending our "Skeptics Guide to Continuous Delivery" series with a parable about putting all the techniques we've discussed together to start your own CI/CD journey. The following story is based on real people and real companies. Names have been changed to protect the innocent. And the guilty. "It was the worst of times..." This release wasn't

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Join us for a hackathon at MesosCon

We're excited to partner with members of the Mesos community for a hackathon during MesosCon on Friday, August 22nd in Chicago. Join members of our engineering team to hack on Mesos and collaborate with other members of the community. We’ve identified two categories of hacks that we hope participants will focus on: Community Need: These are issues logged in the Mesos JIRA issue tracker that have received a large amount of activity (comments, votes, etc.), and address some of the larger

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Bamboo 5.6: enterprise-scale CI for teams of all sizes

Continuous integration is a tall order, even in an ideal scenario: a small team working on a green-field project where test and deploy automation is baked in from the start. Now add legacy code, multiple business units, and thousands of engineers to the equation. Certainly doesn't make things any easier, does it?  Today we're delighted to announce the release of Bamboo 5.6, with a host of features designed to better support CI at enterprise scale. So to all you 100-agent users out there: if

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One of the great advantages of working at Atlassian is that we're building the tools that we ourselves use to get our job done. With time to work on personal projects (through 20% time and ShipIt days), we are not only given the opportunity to come up with our own ideas for improving our tools, we actually get time to implement them. This is how the Branch View Plugin for Bamboo came to be: I wanted an easier way to monitor the builds that are running on my feature branches. The birth of "The

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Collaborate with your team using a wiki

We know. If you're not familair with using a wiki, the first thing you think of is probably Wikipedia. If that's not the first thing, then it's probably "WTF is a wiki?" Often known to be used by technical teams, wiki software is diverse, powerful and extremely useful for facilitating online collaboration. Why a wiki and why Confluence Confluence has come along way from it's humble begginings as advanced wiki software aimed at helping technical teams document and collaborate around work online.

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