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Thinking of switching to DVCS? Git yourself to Summit

Many enterprises around the world are facing a new challenge brought about by the modern development age -- moving from a centralized version control system, such as Subversion, to a distributed version control system, such as Git. This post isn't to rant on the benefits of DVCS over CVCS (faster working with code, advanced workflows, and lightweight branching and merging). This post isn't to debate the benefits of various DVCS options, such as Git vs Mercurial. This post is to say

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Making Stash backups easier Until now, Atlassian's recommended procedure for backing up a Stash server involved shutting down Stash and using your own scripts to backup the database and filesystem. That wasn't ideal: system administrators had to spend time writing backup scripts and users were often given no information why the system is down. Alongside Stash 2.7, we've released the Stash Backup Client. This makes backing up Stash much easier for system administrators and improves the experience

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Atlassian Enterprise – Stash Webinar

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Recently Jens Schumacher, the Group Product Manager for Developer Tools, delivered our first Atlassian Enterprise Stash Webinar. This webinar is focused on the latest updates and ongoings in the world of Stash specifically related to our large, enterprise customer deployments. Watch it now! Check out the webinar recording of the Atlassian Enterprise Stash Webinar here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbu4HXdiqyk   Atlassian Enterprise Participation in this webinar – as well as other

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How do you choose a git workflow that increases productivity and reduces the friction of your team? What are the battle tested practices of successful teams that moved to git? How is git used inside Atlassian? As you might have heard git has many compelling features and has gained incredible momentum in the industry at large. Yet understanding how an enterprise team can adopt it can be daunting. The "Git Ready" webinar aims to help answer these questions and more: Available collaboration

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Stash 2.7: Optimize your development workflow with JIRA and Stash

Optimizing the development workflow is crucial to keeping product teams productive — after all, every second not coding is a second lost. In Stash 2.6 we introduced ways to give developers some time back with fork synchronization and repository search. In Stash 2.7, we continue the theme of optimizing your development workflows by putting more information from the tools you use every day right at your fingertips. Today we're announcing powerful features that improve the integration between

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In Stash 2.4 we introduced support for fork-based workflows. As part of building the feature, half the Stash team switched to forks for their daily work to dogfood forks and ensure it worked. The result? Pain. Let me explain. The pain grew out of two primary shortcomings of forking: Integrating with upstream is clunky and onerous because you have to maintain 2 remotes and constantly juggle them Verifying what you've written is impossible, because continuous integration (CI) does not understand

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