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Codegeist is back – Let’s get developing!

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We're proud to announce the return of Codegeist, Atlassian's development competition. Whether you're a seasoned Atlassian add-on developer or just trying out our platform, Codegeist is a great way to win cool prizes for your code. How to enter We want to make it easy to participate in Codegeist, so there's no need to register or put together a submission. Just submit your add-on to the Atlassian Marketplace, and you'll automatically be considered for the monthly Codegeist prize. The criteria are

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Introducing the Websphere Add-on for Bamboo

We are thrilled about the first deployments add-on for Bamboo 5! Made Mastika, a developer at GLiNTECH (an Atlassian Expert in Sydney), is here to tell you all about it. While Made likes to spend his free time away from development, a keen interest in things like Data Mining and JavaScript means he never gets away too far. When you’re a developer ‘out in the field’ and working with all kinds of different people, businesses and disparate systems, you often spot little opportunities outside

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Say “hello” to JIRA Agile and JIRA Capture

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Beginning today, GreenHopper, our agile planning software, and Bonfire, our rapid bug reporting add-on, have new names. Introducing JIRA Agile and JIRA Capture. The king is dead. Long live the king! While the names are new, the products you know and love are still the same. The rebranding is part of a larger effort to simplify our product and add-on names. After all, there were nearly two dozen brands on our software page — far too many for customers to grok at a glance. So, we started

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Top 5 Plugins to Supercharge Atlassian Bamboo

Today we have a guest post from Himanshu Chhetri, a developer at Addteq (an Atlassian Expert) who works with the Configuration Management and Atlassian Solutions delivery teams. In his free time he likes to keep up to date with the latest open source projects and the devops movement. At Addteq, we have a growing list of projects that we automate using Bamboo including our website deployments,  mobile apps, J2EE project builds and others.  We're very excited about the latest iteration of Bamboo

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Simplify

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I believe that Simplify is the shortest blog post title we've done to date. I couldn't think of anything better to announce that we're going to simplify our product portfolio naming. In the coming months, we will be changing the names and logos of some of our add-on products with two goals in mind: Make it simple for customers to understand our product list at-a-glance. Make it easy for customers to distinguish stand-alone products from Atlassian add-ons. What exactly is changing? The

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Design Guidelines 1.1 – Making Your Life Easier

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The Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG) is a public best practice guide for how to design all things Atlassian. As well as being a sneak peek into our inner workings, these are also our best practices for designing products and add-ons that behave consistently for our users. Today, we released Atlassian Design Guidelines 1.1. Our design team has been working for the last couple of months on precision and beauty for altogether new patterns and updates to existing ones. The results will give you a

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