Archives for the tag: add-ons

Announcing the winners of Codegeist 2016

Every year, we get our awesome Marketplace developers to compete in Codegeist, our annual global add-on hackathon. This year's competition had 932 participants, 37 submissions and 7 winners, whose add-ons we can't wait to show off. Check it out the winners.

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Introducing Atlassian Verified Program for cloud add-ons

We launched the Atlassian Verified program a few years ago to help customers identify quality, trusted add-on vendors that make Atlassian products a custom fit for their teams. We are very excited that customers now have a selection of 100+ cloud add-ons from Verified vendors and more being added every day!

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Each day, you and your team are given the seemingly insurmountable task of conquering a mile-long to-do list, decluttering a kanban board ridden with backlogs, or simply, just trying to stay afloat. We know how valuable your time is and we want you to have more of it. That's why we want to show you some of the best time-saving add-ons in the Atlassian Marketplace. These add-ons integrate with your favorite Atlassian products so you can increase your team's productivity and grow your business.

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Do you have an idea for making JIRA, Confluence, HipChat, or Bitbucket even better? Then sign up for Codegeist 2016, Atlassian's 9th annual add-on hackathon. Add-ons allow you to extend the Atlassian products with even more functionality and with 2,000 currently listed in the Atlassian Marketplace, there's room for more! Whether you're an experienced developer or trying something new, now is the time to build your own add-on or team up with someone who can bring your idea to life. All participants

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This is a guest post by Vitalii Zurian, a software engineer and the creator of a series of agile add-ons for JIRA Cloud, including the #1 paid add-on, Planning Poker. Vitalli blogs at agilevalues.com. As your team matures and becomes more experienced, you'd think your estimates and planning poker sessions would improve as well. Seems only natural, right? But that's not what usually happens. In reality, an agile team's estimation accuracy actually tends to degrade over time. That's a painful truth.

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Mind maps are a great way for visual learners and thinkers to brainstorm ideas, plan out projects, and tap into the creativity of the team. Plus, they're collaborative. You can work through ideas and problems together, going from initial ideas to formalized plan as a team. If you've felt frustrated at the start of a project, you gotta check out these 3 ways you can use mind maps in Confluence to go from concept to solid project plan.

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