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The Stash team recently released the Stash-Bamboo plugin, which surfaces pass/fail results from Bamboo builds inside Stash. The main use case for the plugin is to let people reviewing a pull request see whether tests are passing on the development branch before they give the thumbs-up for merging it into master. Pretty cool. So I asked Build engineering to install the plugin on the Bamboo instance we use to build and test Confluence. For now, Bamboo is configured to notify Stash only for "A1.

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Bamboo Goes Mobile with a New App from Addteq!

That's right, kids! An app for iPhone and Android that lets you keep tabs on your Bamboo builds no matter where you are. Here to tell us about it is the project's development lead: Matthew Burnett from Addteq, an Atlassian Expert partner. Take it away, Matthew!... Are you constantly on the go and out of the office? Did you just get an automated email from your Bamboo server telling you that a build just failed? With Stix for Bamboo, you can check your server while you’re away from the office

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We're thrilled to introduce the latest addition to the Atlassian distributed version control system (DVCS) family – SourceTree for Windows. SourceTree is a free Git desktop client for developers on Windows. Say goodbye to the command line and use the full capabilities of Git through SourceTree's beautifully simple interface (and stop being jealous of what your Mac friends are using). A simple, powerful Git client SourceTree for Windows simplifies how you interact with Git repositories

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Continuous Integration of Android Apps with Bamboo

Today we are lucky enough to have a guest blogger! Himanshu Chhetri is a developer at Addteq and works with the Configuration Management and Atlassian Solutions delivery teams. In his free time he likes to keep up-to date with the latest open source projects and the devops movement. Most developers use Eclipse as their IDE of choice for Android development. Google provides the ADT (Android Developer Tools) plugin for Eclipse that simplifies the process of setting up new Android projects and going

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love TestNG

Think back to your early 20's. Remember going out on Halloween or New Year's Eve? No sooner do you walk into a bar than someone in your group starts lobbying to go to some other bar. 'Cuz it's gonna be way better. (In your exasperation - you just ordered a drink for pete's sake! -  you vow that next year you're gonna find a house party instead.) Apologies in advance, but... I'm gonna be "that someone". Replace New Year's Eve with every Monday through Friday. The bar you just walked into

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Back to school: Using FishEye Commit Graph with JIRA and Crucible

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Sometimes it doesn't hurt to talk again about things we covered in the past. I must admit that before writing this post I was wondering whether or not people would find value in it as the Commit Graph isn't really a brand new feature. But a couple discussions with some folks in Atlassian convinced me that not everyone knew all the great things that you could achieve with it. Taking this in account and thinking about all the new developers adopting our tools everyday I decided to write something

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