Creating Optimal Reviews

Everyone should know by now what the benefits of code review are - even if you think they are just theoretical. Finding defects sooner, sharing knowledge, "pairing" across timezones. But are you actually getting these out of your process? Taking just the worst of the reviews that I see, I would say no. And probably most of the time. Particularly if you are a Code Review Denier. If you were actually seeing these benefits, code review would be a good thing, right? Please correct me if you think I'm

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"How can you increase your development speed?" That was the question posed to the audience of the Developer Tools State of the Union at Atlassian Summit 2011. Atlassian dev tools had an exciting year with 9 releases across all products, focusing on improving development speed for agile teams. This year's presentation shows you how FishEye, Crucible and Bamboo have evolved over the past year and also gives you a glimpse into the future of the developer tools. If you missed the Developer Tools

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Founded: 2005 HQ: San Francisco, CA Employees: 40 Products: JIRA, GreenHopper, Confluence, FishEye, Crucible The Domain Name System (DNS) is the "phone book" for the internet which translates human-friendly hostnames, like www.atlassian.com, into meaningful IP addresses which the web uses. Can you imagine having to remember something like 208.67.220.220 just to get to a single web address? OpenDNS is all about Internet security. They are the largest DNS service in the

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Summit 2011 Wrap Up

It's a wrap! Atlassian Summit 2011 is over, the goat has gone home to graze and the Atlassian Summit sherpas drank one last beer before descending the mountain of a very successful conference (yes, we will stretch this metaphor as long as possible). First of all, big thanks to everyone who made this event fantastic - our 24 sponsors and all 550 guests who came from Russia and New Zealand all all points betwixt. There were so many big announcements at Summit. For those who didn't catch them

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 7, 2011 - At the annual Atlassian Summit 2011 conference today, Atlassian announced new versions of FishEye and Crucible. FishEye 2.6, a source code collaboration tool, and Crucible 2.6, a peer code review application, are now available to download. FishEye's new Commit Graph feature gives development teams a new and unprecedented view into their projects. Atlassian FishEye and Crucible are used by thousands of companies in dozens of countries across Fortune 1000,

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A new way to visualize your repository, a faster way to search your source code and reviews and full support for Oracle and SQL Server is just some of the feature goodness offered in FishEye 2.6 and Crucible 2.6. What's new in FishEye? Commit Graph FishEye 2.6 introduces a new way to visualize your repositories and commits with a graphical representation of the source - the Commit Graph. FishEye keeps you up-to-date on current activity in your source through Activity Streams and RSS - now

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