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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Distributed version control systems are not just the future, they're now, and Git has emerged as one of the most popular code version control systems out there. A plethora of online services emerged (including our own Bitbucket) to help early Git adopters share, manage and collaborate their code. For the open source community and many startups, these services have been nothing short of terrific for encouraging code collaboration. But for companies that want to host Git behind the firewall, there

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Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out what's new » Meet the newest member of the Atlassian Developer Tools Family – Stash. Atlassian now offers a centralized solution to manage Git repositories behind the firewall. Streamlined for small agile teams, powerful enough for large organizations. For many companies, hosting an internal source control server and maintaining access to repositories can be a difficult and time consuming process. Now, you can focus on building great

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Linking Bitbucket with the JIRA issue tracker

The Bitbucket team has been working hard to bring distributed version control (DVCS) capabilities to Atlassian's JIRA to help complete your development suite. In February, we released the JIRA DVCS Connector; this nifty plugin allowed you to jump to your Bitbucket or GitHub repositories straight from the JIRA Commits tab. Today, we are introducing Bitbucket Links. With Bitbucket Links, you can use issue keys to link to JIRA or other development tools you use straight from Bitbucket. The

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In Atlassian Support we aim to provide Legendary Service to our customers and ultimately make our customers awesome.  We also like to have fun while doing it! Most recently, while Tim Wong, one of our Senior Suport Engineers in San Francisco was spending 3 months abroad in our Sydney office to help train up new staff (it's all part of our secondment program), we knew we had to do something special for him for when he returned. Tim is a long-time Atlassian and a running "inside joke" we

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