Archives for the tag: add-on

G'day mates! We're on the home stretch. It's the last JQL lesson! At this point you've mastered the basics of JQL in lesson 1 and lesson 2 and have used it in a number of JIRA features in lesson 3. One of the great things about JIRA is that it is easily extensible. It's extensiblity layer makes it easy to add new features or extend existing ones. JQL is no exception in that regard. There are a number of plugins for JIRA on the Atlassian Marketplace that enhance JQL. You can also develop custom functions

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Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out What’s New » TL;DR The brand-spanking-new Stash developer site is now online here and documentation for the Stash REST API has touched down here. These updates couldn't have come at a better time as Atlassian Codegeist has just started (with some serious cash prizes and a category specifically for Stash) so get hacking! A bit of history Stash 2.1 has a bunch of cool new features, but what really excites me are the improvements

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Codegeist is Back! Atlassian’s Developer Competition Returns

Codegeist: The Next Generation Codegeist, Atlassian's add-on development competition, is back on! The seventh iteration of the world's best development competion began February 1 and goes until May 31. What's at stake? $65,000 USD in prizes for members of the Atlassian ecosystem, both new and old. This time, we're giving out a prize for each month of the contest. That means the prize haul looks like this: Best Add-on of the Month ($10,000 x 4): One prize for the best add-on submitted during

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Improving Agile Estimation via Triangulation

Yves Riel has been exploring Scrum by participating as a team member, a Scrum Master and a Product Owner. He also acts as a Scrum Coach to help teams learn the Scrum methodology. Yves has actively been using JIRA and GreenHopper since 2009. Benjamin Franklin once said that there were two certainties in this world: death and taxes. I suspect that if Benjamin Franklin had been in the software industry, he would have added “estimation” to the lot. Although there are some heated debates on the

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Admin Love, User Power: Atlassian Releases Universal Plugin Manager 2.8

As a company, few things make we Atlassians prouder than our amazing ecosystem of developers building add-ons for our products. So, tucked away in a corner of our San Francisco office, the Atlassian Ecosystem dev team quietly works to ensure that the integration between third-party add-ons and our core products is absolutely seamless. And they're proud to announce a massive update to the Universal Plugin Manager. In fact, it's the biggest release of the UPM since we launched the Atlassian Marketplace in

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Marketplace Monday: Connect Databases with nFeed for JIRA

Getting all your data repositories in sync is a painful process. You might find yourself manually copying data from other sources on to JIRA issues. If filling up field after field with the same information has become a nightmare, nFeed for JIRA by Valiantys is a fantastic solution to display information directly from your database! nFeed, developed by the French team Valiantys, is much more than a simple database connector for JIRA; cascading selections, web service integration, and more dramatically

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