Atlassian Clover wins Duke’s Choice Award at JavaOne 2009

Last week at JavaOne 2009, Atlassian Clover received the Duke's Choice Award for Java Technology Tools. Clover was hand picked by the Father of Java himself, James Gosling, for it's revolutionary Test Optimization capabilities. The Duke award was presented to Brendan Humphreys, Chief Code Poet and Technical Lead of the Clover development team as part of James' Java Toys keynote at JavaOne 2009. Principle developers also include Slawek Ginter, Nick Pellow, and Michael Studman. Congratulations to the entire Clover team!!

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Today Atlassian is proud to announce the acquisition of GreenHopper for JIRA from GreenPepper Software. With over 700 customers globally, GreenHopper for JIRA adds key agile project management capabilities to JIRA, including release planning, task management and burn down charts. agile@Atlassian Atlassian is already well known by agile software development teams for providing tools that complement agile practices, including Continuous Integration (Bamboo), Code Reviews (Crucible), and Code Coverage

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SAN FRANCISCO (BUSINESS WIRE) — Today Atlassian announced the acquisition of GreenHopper for JIRA from Pyxis Technologies. With over 900 customers globally, GreenHopper for JIRA adds key agile project management capabilities to JIRA, including release planning, task management and burn down charts. agile @ Atlassian Atlassian is already well known by agile software development teams for providing tools that complement agile practices, including Continuous Integration (Bamboo), Code Reviews

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Clover interview with the Build Doctor

Earlier this week, our very own Michael Studman, Clover developer and Man in London, met up with the Julian Simpson, aka the Build Doctor, to have a beer and talk about Clover. View the video!

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Don't you hate committing code and then waiting hours to find out you broke the build? Even worse is when other people commit code at a similar time to you, and you get dragged into the 'who broke the build' witch-hunt by pure circumstance. If your build times are blowing out because of long test runs (greater than ten minutes), then you are most likely suffering from CI (Continuous Integration) latency and the above problems are real problems for you and your team. Clover can help alleviate theses problems, by optimizing both unit and acceptance tests, drastically reducing the feedback time for each commit. What follows is a case study of how Clover's Test Optimization is run on the Confluence project.

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Inside Atlassian: 7 answers about Twitter for business

Jeremiah Owyang raised some interesting thoughts over at his blog about 7 Questions Some Brands Are Asking About Twitter . To my great surprise we haven't had anyone talk on the news blog about how we're using twitter at Atlassian, so I thought I would give Jeremiah's questions a crack and hopefully provide an insight into how businesses can use twitter based on our use case. 1. Should we create multiple accounts for different divisions? How should we name them? How should the content be different? We

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