JIRA Portfolio is available today for JIRA Server. Coming to Cloud in early 2015. Full details below. I’m excited to announce a new member to the JIRA family: JIRA Portfolio.  As agile methodology becomes the development pattern of choice for many teams, challenges ensue when scaling agile across the business. Development teams need to communicate status, progress and forecasts throughout the development cycle. Program managers need to coordinate releases across multiple programs. Managers

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Like an ogre One of my colleagues had an opportunity to work closely with Clover's HTML code coverage report. After several days, he stated: "Do you know? Clover's HTML report is like an ogre from the Shrek movie - it is composed of layers. Every time I thought I already learned this report, I was discovering new, tiny but yet extremely useful detail in it. I don't even know if I reached the bottom already." Layers of code coverage As a Clover developer, I know these reports from the inside-out.

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Confluence 5.6 brings one big change for enterprise customers, plus a number of small improvements for everyone. We launched a new deployment option, Confluence Data Center, for those running Confluence at large scale. We also added two new JIRA charts and satisfied over 1,200 customer votes with improvements everyone will enjoy. New insightful JIRA charts Confluence 5.4 was all about adding visibility into your development team's work with tighter integrations between JIRA and Confluence.

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JIRA Service Desk customer stories: Vistaprint

From over twenty services to one powerful international service desk – in just five weeks From business cards to T-shirts to personalized phone cases, Vistaprint is the one-stop-shop for customized promotional material. With over 4,600 employees across three manufacturing facilities and 22 offices worldwide, Vistaprint's service desk needs to stay up and running 24/7. Still, the team struggled to find a service desk that worked for them. Then, in November 2013, Vistaprint's Dave

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In our last major release, Team Calendars 4, we moved away from calendar types to event types so that you could centralize your team's schedule into fewer calendars. Shortly after the release, a feature request for custom event types was logged on our public issue tracker (about one year ago). We had no idea it would gain so much traction: It accumulated over 430 votes, 260 watchers, and 120 comments. It's the 13th most voted open feature request for all our products (some of which have

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Stash 3.3: Track your pull request progress with tasks

The Stash & Bitbucket team is excited to announce the release of pull request tasks – the perfect way to stay on top your pull request progress. When a pull request is created, we know it's only just the beginning of an iterative process. A pull request allows you to notify your team of your proposed changes and this typically leads to discussions and feedback, which might result in further changes to the code. While extremely helpful and great for improving code quality, feedback via

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