If you're a Bamboo OnDemand subscriber, you could be forgiven for feeling a stab of jealousy every time a batch of new kick-ass features comes out for the on-premises Bamboo offering.  "When, oh when, will it be my turn?", you pined.  Well, if you logged into your Bamboo OnDemand instance this morning, you already know that the wait is over.   Bamboo OnDemand is now roughly on par with Bamboo 4.1.  "Roughly", because there are still a few differences such as not being able to install plugins

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Clearvision guides Enterprises to effective DVCS adoption

In the UK many enterprises involved in software development are realising the competitive advantage of moving to a distributed version control system (DVCS).  DVCS is now forming a vital role in their strategy towards continuous delivery.  This advantage is gained not just in switching tool sets but by adapting to a more collaborative approach to development and fully understanding the opportunities this technology enables. DVCS enhances the way development teams interact, enabling greater

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Now that Summit is over, let the real fun begin! Yes, that's right, Codegeist, your favorite development competition is back. Some of you who came to Summit will know that this year's Codegeist started June 1st and goes until July 16th. For you noobs, Codegeist is Atlassian's annual add-on development competition. This year we're giving away $45,000 USD in cash prizes. There are four prize categories you can participate in and win: Best Overall Add-on ($15,000) -- This award will go to the

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JIRA featured cloud-based application for bug tracking

This killer infographic recently popped up seeking to identify the best cloud-based applications to help your business grow. Guess who is featured for bug tracking? Well it's JIRA, of course. In recognition of the constant innovation that’s helping small businesses perform at their best, we have compiled a selection of some of the best free and paid-for cloud-based applications available. We're in good company with the likes of  New Relic, the Atlas Sponsor for Summit 2012, and many others.

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Atlassian Summit 2012: It’s gonna be huge

Atlassian Summit is just two weeks away. Here's a taste of what you have to look forward to! If you haven't bought a ticket yet, now's your chance to seize the moment! Six awesome marquee speakers Jeff Atwood (codinghorror.com), Michael Lopp (randsinrepose.com), Pamela Fox (indie dev), Eric Ries (Startup Lessons Learned), Dave Thomas (Bedarra Research) and Jeff Ma (MIT Blackjack Team and entrepreneur) will be sharing their secrets to software development on high producing teams. In addition, the

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I'm not a huge fan of most notifications, especially the ones that vie for my constant attention -- like badge notifications on my iPhone. However, there is a time and place for focused and timely notifications that have increased my productivity. Many people who've never used HipChat before are quick to dismiss it as a simple group chat application. However, once you use it, it becomes apparent that it's a lot more than a group chat app. One of my favorite features of HipChat is the ability to

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