Archives for the tag: atlassiantv

Atlassian Eclipse Connector 1.0 released

This week we officially released the Atlassian Eclipse Connector 1.0 after wrapping up our 2-month beta. Thanks to a little help from Tasktop, makers of Eclipse Mylyn, we have created the Atlassian Eclipse Connector which builds upon the existing JIRA Mylyn Plugin to add integration with Bamboo, Crucible, and FishEye.

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Confluence + Wufoo, it’s a match made in heaven!

There is a pretty kick-ass feature in the latest Confluence release, Confluence 2.10.3, which slipped right under my nose. It's an addition to the list of the many supported web services for Jens's awesome Widget Connector. Best of all, it's free to use!

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Video: Confluence Approvals Workflow Plugin

Roberto Dominguez from Comala Tech gave a great presentation today on his Approvals Workflow Plugin for our Plugin of the Month webinar series. This plugin is extremely diverse; you can completely customize the plugin's use by setting up each individual workflow. Due to this customization, it is no wonder that almost every customer has a unique use for it. During the Q&A session, Roberto commented that a standout use he knows of regards a financial institution using the plugin during the credit

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Sharing stories about wikis the Pecha Kucha way

At an event organized by Karen Huffman from National Geographic Society several of our customers share their stories about wikis using the Pecha Kucha presentation style. Each presentation is limited to 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. This blog post contains the archived versions of the introduction and first presentation by Karen Huffman herself.

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Video: Agile with S1 Enterprise’s CTO

Yesterday we ran a must-see Voice of the Customer webinar with Jeff Schilling, CTO of S1 Enterprise. S1 Enterprise is the leading provider of integrated front office software applications for financial institutions of all sizes. Jeff, self proclaimed Atlassian fan-boy, started with an installation of JIRA. His team liked it so much they decided to switch from their old wiki to Confluence. This opened the floodgates, and within 2 years, S1 Enterprise was using all but one of Atlassian's product suite.

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With the release of Clover 2.5, we have taken Test Optimization to a new level with some very significant improvements. You can now take advantage of Test Optimization directly from Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA with the click of a button. We have also added Test Optimization for functional testing or acceptance testing since these types of tests tend to benefit the most. Check out what's new in Clover 2.5 and upgrade / download the latest version for a free 30-day evaluation.

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