I'm pleased to announce that the new FishEye and Crucible release is out!  We're improving the way FishEye and Crucible can be the central place for your developers to discover source, and improve code quality. Try FishEye and Crucible 3.2 today Better design with the Atlassian Design Guidelines Thanks to the Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG), we're unifying the look, feel, and experience of Atlassian applications. Not only will you experience smoother transitions going from your code to

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We all have the tendency to avoid things that are going to be difficult – whether physical, logistical, or otherwise. And we do this knowing full well that if we just faced the tough things head-on, it would result in a much lower degree of total difficulty in the long run. (For example, I once went three years without seeing a dentist, and was so afraid of what might be revealed that I continued to avoid it for another four years.) Ahhh, humans. Gotta love us. In the software world, the "dentist"

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Atlassian is happy to announce the launch of Clover 3.2, the latest feature release of our award-winning tool for Java code coverage and test optimization. What's new in Clover 3.2? It comes with the Java 8 language support Clover can instrument, record code coverage, and calculate metrics for new Java 8 language features such as: Lambda functions (written as "one-liner" expressions, as well as code blocks in curly braces) Method references (such as "Math::abs") Virtual extension methods

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Branch-based deployments – new in Bamboo 5.2

Shipping a new feature always brings a mixture of emotions, no matter your role in getting it out the door. The sense of accomplishment is sweet, albeit tempered by the knowledge that there are so many cool things that aren't shipping in this iteration... but you also get that spike of anticipatory excitement when you think of shipping those cool things in future iterations. The whole thing is like chipotle-spiced dark chocolate with PopRocks (this actually exists, and should be its own food group). So

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Wouldn't it be great to stop fretting over the small stuff, and spend your time being a developer? Our latest releases* make the once-tedious hurdles of software administration a thing of the past. Our tools now integrate better than ever, with best practices baked right in to guide you through the development flow. They work together to get you from issue creation to coding to merging effortlessly. You have to see it to believe it. Free your focus from the non-development tasks. Get back

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Open Dojo #5 – Is DevOps the end of QA?

Thursday October 24th, 9am Pacific We all know that the DevOps approach brings developers and operators into closer collaboration. We also know about the emphasis on automation - especially around testing. Do these factors combine to spell the end of the QA department? Is there a place for QA specialists in a DevOps world, and if so, what is it? Join us for a discussion about the challenges QA'ers face in this brave new era, and how teams are making it work. Our esteemed panelists will

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