Archives for Jens Schumacher

One question that every team faces when moving to Git is what development workflow to use. Since every team is different and has different requirements, there is no one-workflow-fits-all approach. However, there is one rule all teams should follow when looking for a new workflow to adopt: Keep it simple. Doing so will reduce the number of mistakes people can make, and will help with adoption. On the Stash team, we've adopted one of the simplest Git workflows possible. And since so many of you

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StiltSoft Headquartered: Gomel, Belarus Founded: 2010 Employees: 5 Add-ons developed: 13 StiltSoft developed one of the first add-ons for Atlassian Stash. Their first add-on,  Awesome Graphs for Stash, hit a home run with over 2200 downloads to date. We reached out to Maxim Kuzmich at StiltSoft to ask him about StiltSofts experience with developing add-ons for Stash. The Interview How long have you been developing add-ons for Atlassian products? We have been developing Atlassian

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Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out What’s New » Developers at big companies have aspirations similar to those at small, nimble start-ups. Plain and simple, they want to be able to 'get in the zone' and drive faster code velocity for both themselves and their teammates. For many, Git is the solution they've been searching for. And it's not just perception - Git helps more developers today get into that state than ever before. Yet enterprises have been hesitant about making

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Innovation Week – 20% time in a box

At Atlassian, we are big believers in the concept of 20% time. We've being doing it for more than 4 years, but it hasn't been without challenges. Probably the biggest surprise for us was the fact that as a company, we actually only used 1.1% of the 20% time allocated. How come? There are a few reasons for this: Scheduling time – We ship releases all the time… so there is never a good time to take 20% time Workload – Letting other people pick up the slack while one works on their

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Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out What's New » Stash is getting social with the introduction of Pull Requests, the most requested feature since the release of Stash 1.0. Download the beta today and get a preview of Stash 1.3. What are Pull Requests? Pull Requests provide a quick and easy way to review changes made on a branch, discuss these changes, make further modifications and merge the branch back to master or your main development branch. It's like a pre-commit review

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Bamboo 3.3 was released several weeks ago with brand new features - support for multiple repositories for a single Plan. Despite it being one of the most popular feature requests ever, we got a few questions on how to really take advantage of multiple repository support. Let's take a look at three ways to utilize this feature if you need to build your project from source... 1. Easily build large projects Large projects are often composed of smaller, self-contained modules. Depending on your choice

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