Archives for the tag: developer workflow

Every team needs kick-ass code reviews

Developing software often involves teams of people working together. As the team grows from one, to two, to multiple people, challenges begin to creep in and rob the organization of creative flow. It becomes harder to maintain a continuous culture across different people. Engineering groups are especially prone to these challenges as code is routinely shared between many people throughout the organization. Code reviews help spread knowledge and best practices around code across the team.  In this

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Visualize Development with JIRA 6.2

Unify issues and source like never before JIRA 6.2 is here, and we built it with developers in mind. In JIRA 6.1 developers could start coding right from JIRA by creating a branch. In JIRA 6.2 we continued to build on that foundation, and brought all of the components of the developer's world into JIRA. Each issue becomes a dashboard where you can not only start development, but see code all the way through to deployment. Developers can drill down into branches, commits, pull requests, code reviews,

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You've probably heard about the awesome workflow capabilities that Git can offer you. But you may be asking yourself, "How can a version control system that just stores my code history really be that helpful?" The answer is all in the workflows. For many teams, some of the most pressing development questions can be addressed with a proper workflow: Are all the features completed for the next release? Are we missing any commits? Has everybody reviewed the new code? Does every team member know

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Git Ready Workflows: Webinar recording now available

Last month, Nicola Paolucci, Developer Advocate at Atlassian, held a webinar focused on how Git workflows can boost productivity and reduce friction within your development team. The goal: showcase the battle tested best-practices teams use to deliver high-quality software with faster development cycles. Available collaboration models when using a distributed version control system like Git. Emerging code practices and choices that can be safely adopted when migrating to Git. How Continuous

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Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out What’s New » Developers at big companies have aspirations similar to those at small, nimble start-ups. Plain and simple, they want to be able to 'get in the zone' and drive faster code velocity for both themselves and their teammates. For many, Git is the solution they've been searching for. And it's not just perception - Git helps more developers today get into that state than ever before. Yet enterprises have been hesitant about making

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Stash 2.0 – Powered by Git. Controlled by You.

Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out What’s New » Chocolate rain, rage face, double rainbow. Great memes spread like wildfire. One minute you're unaware, the next you're singing some Korean song you barely understand and dancing like a horse. DVCS (distributed source control) is by no means a meme (it's definitely not going away), but it's spreading with the same effect. Git's flexibility is one of its greatest strengths and one of the main reasons it's hotter than Gangnam

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