Atlassian is excited to announce the launch of Clover 2.6, the latest release of Atlassian's award-winning tool for Java code coverage and test optimisation. With performance improvements, new coverage graphs and a bargain-priced Desktop Edition, the industry's best code coverage tool for Java has gotten even better! Clover Desktop Edition Available for Only $300 2.6 introduces Clover Desktop, designed for an individual developer who wants to run code coverage and optimise tests within an Eclipse-based

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Atlassian is excited to announce the launch of Clover 2.6, the latest release of Atlassian's award-winning tool for Java code coverage and test optimisation. With performance improvements, new coverage graphs and a bargain-priced Desktop Edition, the industry's best code coverage tool for Java has gotten even better! Clover Desktop Edition Available for Only $300 2.6 introduces Clover Desktop, designed for an individual developer who wants to run code coverage and optimise tests within an Eclipse-based

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Test teams don't usually choose their organisations software development methodology. Hopefully the irony of being in such a situation is not lost on any teams that call themselves "Quality Assurance". Still this doesn't prevent test managers and test teams from adopting practices outside of the decreed methodology to their advantage.

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DevTools Greatest Release Event Of All Time

The Friday before last, the Dev Tools teams (Crucible, FishEye, Clover and Bamboo) went out on a fantastic release excursion. We started out by trekking out to the Powerhouse museum for a backstage tour of the archive basement. We saw some pretty ancient artefacts (technologically speaking), including a NeXTcube, the very first tote board created by George Julius here in Sydney, and saw an exhibition on Charles Babbage. After a good number of hours at the Powerhouse museum, we wandered across

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We here in Internal Systems have started work on a fairly typical-for-us project: we're rewriting the application that sends data from our ordering system (HAMS) to our financial system (Netsuite). FISC, the new application, will provide a REST-based interface which HAMS will call upon invoice payment. It's not a technically difficult or even a large application, but because it deals with financial information it's very, very important to get right. Developing our New Application We didn't quite

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