Update: DIY service desk webinar recording now available You asked for it, so we’re posting it. Here is the recording from the webinar that took place on July 8th, 2014. We hope you enjoy the recording and please share it with your team to help spread the word on JIRA Service Desk. http://youtu.be/wnXyM1O9J8w You can also see the slides that we used in the presentation here: Thanks to everyone who attended and asked questions.   According to Forrester, 72% of

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Atlassian seeks to advance humanity through the power of software. While our products continue to further us down this road, the Atlassian Foundation takes the mission a step further with the addition of four words: The power of education. Believing deeply in this transformative power of education, the Foundation chooses to support initiatives with education at their core both globally and locally. One of our local San Francisco partnerships, Students Rising Above (SRA), has helped us achieve

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Interactive rebase in SourceTree

Over the last year we've introduced interactive rebase support in SourceTree on both Mac and Windows to help developers rewrite their commit history easier than ever. Often we've found this feature to be regarded as both mysterious and dangerous by many DVCS users, so we thought we'd help you learn what this feature does, how it can be a great asset in your workflow, and how to use it safely. What is "rebasing interactively?" In short, rebasing is a way of changing your commit history. You'll often

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Git Essentials-enabled Experts – talk to one today!

Since we launched Git Essentials in February, some Atlassian Experts – local partners who help customers with deployment, implementation, training, and more – have been working with customers to get them going with the solution. Want your team to be the next one to implement Git best practices? Need help migrating from SVN to Git? Or do you just want to add a product from the solution to your existing Atlassian toolset to take advantage of the awesome integrations? We've got the Expert

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In February, two of our very own Atlassian Confluence developers, Anatoli Kazatchkov and Edith Tom, hosted a live webinar sharing agile best practices for software development that they’ve learned over the years. They talked about: Spiking new features and running shorter sprints Running frequent demos, dogfooding, and shipping frequently Empowering developers, open communication, and continuous improvement Using JIRA and Confluence for Agile software development The webinar

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I reviewed OSX 10.10 over the weekend, and observed a new trend emerging on the design battlefield. It’s blurry, translucent, and vibrant. It’s also incredibly expensive and difficult to render. In OSX 10.10, dragging a translucent window makes the panel flicker, go completely black, and breaks blur effects. Resizing a window is incredibly slow and choppy. Developers have their work cut out for them to achieve decent performance by the end of the beta. Eventually, they’ll get it right, and Apple will be hailed as revolutionary once again.

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