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In November 2013, 11 Atlassian employees went to Cambodia to visit the schools and libraries Atlassian helped build with funds raised for Room To Read. The trip impacted all of us: We saw how eager the Cambodian children were to learn in school, we witnessed the sacrifice their families and children go through to go to school, and saw the difference we've helped make. We met two girls, Set and Sonita, who graduated from the Girls Education program and are now a teacher and a doctor. After the

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How to tear apart a repository: the Git way

How do you divide a Git repo without squashing the history and breaking the original repo? I'll show you how to do it with as little pain as possible, by splitting the main repository, thus making your team and Git happy at the same time! Here at the Hosted Operations team, we have many small repositories, and sometimes they just contain single scripts. This approach eventually produced some duplicated code and effort, leading to considerable maintenance issues. What we decided then, was

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One of the Stash team's goals is to make code collaboration simple for teams everywhere. From in-line comments to side-by-side diffs, we've been delivering features that make it easier for your teams to work together, and discuss and navigate code changes. With more on the way, Stash 2.12 is our next step in improving your collaboration by helping you focus. Try Stash 2.12 today Navigate side-by-side diffs with hunk maps We introduced the side-by-side diff view in 2.11 to allow you to easily

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Watch the webinar: How we share knowledge at Atlassian with Confluence Questions

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Everyone needs to ask questions and get answers at work to get their jobs done, but it can be difficult to get the answers you need. Imagine if it was as easy as Googling the minds of your co-workers. On Wednesday, we hosted a live webinar to show you how we share knowledge through questions and answers here at Atlassian using Confluence Questions. We heard from Jeremy Largman, Atlassian's "knowledge guru" and the founder of Atlassian Answers, and me, John Wetenhall, product marketing lead for

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JIRA 6.2: The reviews are in!

In February, we released JIRA 6.2 and Atlassian Git Essentials. JIRA 6.2 comes with a host of new features, including all-new integrations with Stash and Bamboo. Now, developers can easily create a pull request straight from JIRA. It doesn't stop there. We also created a new development panel to so test engineers can see build and deployment statuses from inside a JIRA issue.  Oh, and redesigned statuses with a new universal three-phase status indicator. What are people saying? What did

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JIRA for asset management: Workflow setup

This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 JIRA for asset management: Overview 2 JIRA for asset management: Inventory setup 3 JIRA for asset management: Workflow setup 4 JIRA for asset management: Reporting setup 5 JIRA for asset management: Physical implementation   This is the third article in a series of four about using JIRA for asset management. If you haven't read the first and second articles, they're worth the read. I cover

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