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This is the second part of the two part series on making the switch from a Open Source issue tracker to JIRA, our commercial issue tracking tool. You can read part one (how to move) here. To find out what it's actually like to make the switch, I spoke with Preston Tollinger, who made the move about a year and a half ago. Preston is CTO of Cellfire, a US-based mobile software company that allows consumers to access coupons and deals from brand-name merchants nationwide, through their cell phone.

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Major milestones for FishEye, Crucible and Clover

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During the holidays there are many reasons to celebrate, and for us here at Atlassian, the month of December included some very significant milestones for our developer tools. We now have over 1200 organisations using FishEye to search and navigate their source code repositories, over 650 using Crucible to conduct online peer code reviews, and over 600 using Clover to improve their test coverage.

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Great news! Atlassian has once again been nominated for the JOLT Awards. This year, we're in the running in the Security Tools category for Crowd and Testing Tools category for Clover. The JOLT Awards recognize the most innovative, trend-making, ahead-of-the-curve products. The award ceremony will be held at SD West on March 11th. Both Crowd and Clover won at last year's award ceremony, delighting lead developer Pete Moore, who accepted on Atlassian's behalf. In fact, Pete was so excited over

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Atlassian Developer Tools get props from Java Posse at Devoxx

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At last week's Devoxx in Antwerp, Belgium, Atlassian's Developer Tools were in full force throughout the event. The Java Posse gave Atlassian heaps of praise and the crowd gave a rousing ovation, showing the great level of respect our dev tools have within the Java community.

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Standing room only for code review discussion at Devoxx

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This week, Wojciech Seliga and Sławomir Ginter from SPARTEZ gave a fantastic presentation at Devoxx on Effective Code Reviews in Agile Teams. They shared insights on how Atlassian gets value from doing code reviews internally using Crucible and the IDE Connector for IntelliJ.

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