One of our favorite things at Atlassian is getting to know our customers and hear about how you're using our products to build your own kick-ass software. Sometimes we get to do this in person at events like Atlassian Summit coming up next week, but often times this happens via video conferences and surveys – such as our annual survey for FishEye/Crucible (thanks to everyone who participated!). Based on your feedback, we focused on two areas you said are increasingly important: review workflows

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Open letter from an @ignored test

Dear developer, I’ve been wanting to talk to you for a while now, but words don’t always come easy. We’ve had some really fun times together. I still remember the first time I warned you about a minor bug in your code, and how happy you were for having me in your life! Do you remember it? I also remember the first time you refactored me to make me more efficient and how well-written I felt afterwards... ah, great times!

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Klarna simplifies buying by providing a streamlined solution for all payment types, so that businesses can give their customers the simplest buying experience. They believe that the easier it is for people to shop, the more you sell.  But Klarna's planning process wasn't as simple as its buying process. They needed a real-time planning solution to save them from the overload of manual processes and help them resolve obstacles that were making planning painful. A painful beginning Ray Yee has been

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If you track and report most of your work in JIRA, the integration between Confluence and JIRA makes it easy to insert your release results straight from JIRA into a Confluence page, where you can add more color and detail, publish internally, and also make them publicly available.

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