Archives for the tag: Clover

Atlassian Clover wins Duke’s Choice Award at JavaOne 2009

Last week at JavaOne 2009, Atlassian Clover received the Duke's Choice Award for Java Technology Tools. Clover was hand picked by the Father of Java himself, James Gosling, for it's revolutionary Test Optimization capabilities. The Duke award was presented to Brendan Humphreys, Chief Code Poet and Technical Lead of the Clover development team as part of James' Java Toys keynote at JavaOne 2009. Principle developers also include Slawek Ginter, Nick Pellow, and Michael Studman. Congratulations to the entire Clover team!!

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Clover interview with the Build Doctor

Earlier this week, our very own Michael Studman, Clover developer and Man in London, met up with the Julian Simpson, aka the Build Doctor, to have a beer and talk about Clover. View the video!

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This Bamboo customer story is the seventh of an 8-part blog series about why so many developers adopt continuous integration written by our guest blogger, John Ferguson Smart. Last time we talked about automating the staging and production deployments using Maven, JIRA, and Bamboo, and this week we cover clever tools to optimize Continuous Integration.

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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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Share Your Atlassian Success Story

Our next round of user groups is just around the corner. Already, quite a few people have RSVPed and a few brave souls have agreed to give a short presentation on how they're using Atlassian tools. If you've got an Atlassian success story this is the perfect opportunity to share with the local Atlassian community in your area what you've accomplished and learned. Speakers needed in: Washington D.C.SeattleSan JoseBoston Our UG presentations are a quick 12-15 minutes each. The audience is typically

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