Archives for Sten Pittet

Whether you're deep into CI or just getting started, planning for scale should always be considered. So today we're excited to announce Bamboo 5.7 with new features to help you manage your servers as you scale up CI. Expiry has been extended to Deployments The biggest benefit to using a CI system is how frequently you can build and deploy your applications.  Of course, over time many artifacts, results, and logs are created that build up and become a space hog on your servers. Bamboo has helped

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With great improvements in the user interface and new API calls for managing instances, the 3.5 release will delight both users and administrators of FishEye and Crucible. We're proud to announce the following developments: User experience improvements for code reviews and file browsing New REST resources to manage projects and permissions FishEye starts indexing repositories updated in Stash with no delay and no configuration required Optimized memory usage to get more performance

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Last week, I was going through some specifications in Confluence with a relatively new Atlassian employee. As he was looking for a page he'd recently worked on, I casually mentioned, "Just hit G then R." He did, and the Recently viewed pages popup appeared, letting him see all the pages he'd been working on recently. Him: "MATE! I didn't know about this! You're my hero." Me: "No worries mate." Alright, maybe he didn't say I was his hero, but it made me realize that it's quite easy for Atlassians

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Software development is a fast-moving industry and we can see today that a lot of companies are doing a transition from traditional VCS like Subversion to Git. It's to support that effort that we've developed Stash, our Git development platform for teams, at Atlassian. With FishEye/Crucible 3.4, we improved the integration with that platform as well as the Git indexing performance to help people who have mixed environments. But that's not all! We implemented a stalking header to focus on the content

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Not so long ago I was lucky enough to speak at our Getting Git Right tour about our migration from Subversion to Git here at Atlassian. I loved sharing our experience, and I had great questions from the crowd. It also confirmed my belief that many people need some time to make the transition from traditional SCMs to DVCS. There are many development teams still on Subversion, and the FishEye/Crucible team is on a mission to support them and provide great tools to help them develop better. So this

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It has always been a huge priority for Atlassian to bridge the gap between code and issues, and make teams more productive. The newest release of  JIRA 6.2, with integrations into FishEye and Crucible 3.3, does just that by boosting the traceability between issues and source. The development panel in JIRA will give you all the source details from your repositories for Subversion, Perforce, Mercurial and more. Try it now Development status of your issues at a glance Does this issue have commits?

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