Inside Atlassian: My first month using Confluence

Interning at Atlassian In June, I had just finished my junior year of college and moved across the country to San Francisco for my summer internship with the Confluence Marketing team. I was excited about this opportunity but new to Atlassian software and nervous as well.  As a new starter, there is a lot to learn and not much time to do it. Luckily I had the help of my team and other Atlassians to help me get adjusted on the fly. First thing I had to get comfortable with was the product I was

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With great improvements in the user interface and new API calls for managing instances, the 3.5 release will delight both users and administrators of FishEye and Crucible. We're proud to announce the following developments: User experience improvements for code reviews and file browsing New REST resources to manage projects and permissions FishEye starts indexing repositories updated in Stash with no delay and no configuration required Optimized memory usage to get more performance

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This is the first of a two-part blog series about creating team and project spaces in Confluence. Confluence is powerful team collaboration software because it’s so flexible. At Atlassian, it’s our company intranet and helps every single team get their work done. Confluence is our heart and soul - where teams work together on projects, blog about important company updates or announcements, and even automate all of our financial reports. For us, the answer to the title of this blog

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This is the third in our five-part series from guest blogger J. Paul Reed—build engineer, automation enthusiast, and host of The Ship Show podcast. In the last two articles, we covered the business value proposition for implementing continuous delivery, as well as some areas you'll need to keep your eye on in your own organization to nurture a transformation towards continuous delivery (CD). Many times, those shepherding a company's continuous delivery transformation find it a daunting

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Introducing new Atlassian Enterprise offerings

Many companies begin their JIRA journey by running it on a server under someone's desk. This is typically a short-lived situation – After someone inadvertently unplugs that machine one too many times, the JIRA instance gets moved to the company data center. We hear this story all the time. And for many of the IT teams inheriting a system like this, they have many needs that go well beyond the capabilities of a single server application. We have listened to our largest customers, and today we're proud

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This is the second in our five-part series from guest blogger J. Paul Reed—build engineer, automation enthusiast, and host of The Ship Show podcast. Jez Humble, author of Continuous Delivery and one of its founding fathers, has an informal survey he likes to give to audiences. It starts with a simple question: "Raise your hand if you do continuous integration." A sea of hands always rise. Then he says "Put them down if all of the developers on your team don't check into the main code-line

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