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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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JIRA integration just got easier, again

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JIRA is not only Atlassian's flagship product, it's also the centre piece of a much larger integration story: the Atlassian development suite. Over the years, we've built many integration features between JIRA and Atlassian Confluence, FishEye, Crucible and Bamboo to make your workflow smoother. These range from simple retrieval features that inline relevant information for you to powerful integration features that add serious business value by combining data and functionality available in

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Commit Graph – How we use it

After months of blood, sweat and tears from us on the FishEye team, today we're releasing the Commit Graph. I'm proud of what we've achieved: now developers can use FishEye to visualize their repository to see the bigger picture about how their changes interact with everyone else's. It's worth experimenting for yourself, but the graph has made us more productive already. I thought I would share with you some of the ways we've already started using it on the FishEye team. Under Review We've

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JIRA 4.3 Deep Dive – Confluence Integration

With the recent releases of JIRA 4.3, Atlassian's bug and issue tracker, and Confluence 3.5, Atlassian's wiki and collaboration tool, we introduced a game changing feature called Application Links. What does it do? It makes it incredibly easy to connect your Atlassian applications together. Why would you want to do that? Connecting JIRA to Confluence via Application Links gives you some killer integration features between the two applications. Bringing JIRA and Confluence Closer Together My work

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