Archives for the tag: development tools

AtlasCamp Europe 2012 agenda is now live!

If you haven't heard, AtlasCamp is coming to Europe on March 22nd and 23rd -- fun times ahead! AtlasCamp is our annual developer event. Usually, we only hold this event in Half Moon Bay, California. This year we've decided to bring the party to our European developers. And today, we've posted the agenda filled with great content. This will be a great opportunity to mingle with Atlassian product managers, developers, and ecosystem members. If you're interested in what AtlasCamp is all about, checkout

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I’ve always thought of software development as a creative process. It’s much more than just using tools and pushing bits and bytes around. However, without the right tools and knowledge to use them, crafting software becomes very difficult. Atlassian’s plugin framework is a powerful tool for developers looking to build on top of our products. It allows you to apply one of our core values, “be the change you seek,” directly to our software. However, the power this framework provides is

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The Bamboo Dashboard was designed so that developers can quickly find the status of the builds they care about and drill down to the latest result. As your adoption of Bamboo grows so does the number of Plans on the Dashboard. On the Bamboo team we have roughly 500 Plans that include our core unit tests, integration tests, platform tests, plugins and deployment plans so our Dashboard page is rather large. On a daily basis we only care about a select few of those Plans.   Using Labels To

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SourceTree works with Git, Mercurial and Subversion, and integrates with Bitbucket repositories for both Git and Mercurial   San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 6, 2011 - Atlassian, provider of the popular Bitbucket free code hosting service, and maker of collaboration tools for product development teams, announced the acquisition of SourceTree, a popular Mac client for Git and Mercurial distributed version control systems (DVCS) as well as Subversion source control. The company earlier announced

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(Guest post) Agile ALM task-based development

This is a guest blog post by Michael Hüttermann, a software developer and coach on Java/JEE, SCM/ALM, SDLC-Tooling and agile software development. He has recently authored a new book, Agile ALM, that provides an overview of task-based development, continuous integration, and using Scrum as an agile approach, and which uses the Atlassian toolset as an example of agile in action. Task-based development is an essential part of an Agile application lifecycle management (ALM). Working in a task-based

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