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Thinking of switching to DVCS? Git yourself to Summit

Many enterprises around the world are facing a new challenge brought about by the modern development age -- moving from a centralized version control system, such as Subversion, to a distributed version control system, such as Git. This post isn't to rant on the benefits of DVCS over CVCS (faster working with code, advanced workflows, and lightweight branching and merging). This post isn't to debate the benefits of various DVCS options, such as Git vs Mercurial. This post is to say

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FishEye and Crucible 3.1: A new dashboard and search experience

The new FishEye and Crucible 3.1 release features a huge upgrade to our code search, visualization, and review tools that will help development teams collaborate faster and streamlines their workflows. This release focuses on keeping developers in the flow, and putting key information front and center — a cleaner dashboard, faster search, and new JIRA integrations to ease your workflow. Try FishEye and Crucible 3.1 Today A whole new experience with FishEye and Crucible 3.1 Redesigned dashboard You

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Stash 2.7: Optimize your development workflow with JIRA and Stash

Optimizing the development workflow is crucial to keeping product teams productive — after all, every second not coding is a second lost. In Stash 2.6 we introduced ways to give developers some time back with fork synchronization and repository search. In Stash 2.7, we continue the theme of optimizing your development workflows by putting more information from the tools you use every day right at your fingertips. Today we're announcing powerful features that improve the integration between

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Stash 2.6: Fork synchronization, audit logs and repository quick-search

Developers are always seeking "the flow" because they know interruptions are focus killers. Most developers we know want to come into work and build cool stuff with clean code. What don't they want to spend time on? Manually synchronizing a forked repository, or playing tug-of-war with IT over permissions to access server logs. Getting side-tracked with things like this means less time coding, and less time coding means frustrated developers. One way to reduce interruptions is to automate repetitive

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Stash 2.5: Public access to projects and repositories

Security versus usability: This is a tradeoff we're all familiar with in software development, and even applies to hosting your code. Part of the challenge of enterprise-grade repository management is the ability to keep your intellectual property secure, while safely exposing the public-facing parts of your code to the people who need to access it. Recently we've given more flexibility and granularity in the way that your code is exposed: 2.0 introduced the ability to protect certain branches

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Meet FishEye and Crucible 3.0, a massive upgrade to our code search, visualization and review tools that will help development teams work faster, every day. This release provides developers with more powerful ways to track changes across all their code repositories, share knowledge, and accelerate collaboration cycles. Developers will find it easier to perform pre-commit reviews and benefit from huge indexing performance gains – especially for Subversion repositories. Come and meet the new FishEye

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