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The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. Here at Atlassian we love interacting with our customers and users on Twitter. There's never a day that goes by without us tweeting about new features, blog posts, infographics, or even providing a little customer support. That's why we were thrilled when a recent change in the Twitter API along with some improvements in

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I'm not a huge fan of most notifications, especially the ones that vie for my constant attention -- like badge notifications on my iPhone. However, there is a time and place for focused and timely notifications that have increased my productivity. Many people who've never used HipChat before are quick to dismiss it as a simple group chat application. However, once you use it, it becomes apparent that it's a lot more than a group chat app. One of my favorite features of HipChat is the ability to

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I think we can all agree that building a software product is difficult. What's even more difficult is maintaining it. It's particularly difficult and frustrating when the APIs you've come to depend on change from under you. Changing APIs between minor releases negatively affects the developers who rely on it for their products, the customers who bought that developer's product, and the users of that product. This is a problem with many software ecosystems today and that used to be the case for plugin

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5 Reasons to get JIRA 5 Beta

Atlassian is excited to announce the release of JIRA 5.0 beta available today! JIRA 5.0 aims to make it easier to consume and to develop plugins, and here are five reasons why all JIRA admins and developers should get the beta today! 1. Stable APIs! Making plugins easier to consume and develop means lowering the bar for plugin adoption - making it easier to find, promote, install, and upgrade plugins. Stable APIs make this easier, whether you're a commercial plugin developer and want more customers,

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