Archives for the tag: development tools

Webinar Reminder: Slay the Dragon – Atlassian Tools Integration

The Atlassians Dragon Slayer documentation guides you through installing and connecting your Atlassian tools to get an awesome, integrated experience. By slaying the dragon you will connect your issues, wiki, source code and builds to give your team an agile set of tools for building software fast. Many customers utilize the Dragon Slayer docs to: Integrate their starter licenses to get all the tools integrated.Learn more about the integration possibilities with there existing Atlassian tools.Have

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Version 1.1 of the Atlassian Connector for Visual Studio is now available, with slick new features that make issue tracking and build results analysis within the IDE even faster and simpler. Active Issue Toolbar With just one click, developers can now assign an issue to themselves, change it's state to "in progress", and begin logging time. The active issue is highlighted in the status bar, and developers can easily start, stop, and pause the time tracking, or even add comments. Enhanced Bamboo

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Game Development Survey 2010 Results

As I mentioned previously, in preparation for the Game Developers Conference 2010 Atlassian decided to survey our game development customers to find out a little more about their teams and how they use our tools. The survey was sent to almost 600 customers at over 150 different game development companies and we got responses from over 35 different companies. Check out the results..

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We're happy to let you know that we have launched two new exciting betas for our IDE connectors. Atlassian Connector for Visual Studio 1.0-BETA We have also launched the first beta of our brand new Atlassian Connector for Visual Studio. The Atlassian Connector for Visual Studio is the latest addition to the Atlassian IDE connectors, which also includes the Atlassian Connector for IntelliJ IDEA. Release 1.0 of Atlassian Connector for Visual Studio will allow you to integrate JIRA issue tracker

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Game Developers Conference 2010: It’s on like Donkey Kong

This year Atlassian will be making our first ever appearance at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. And as you probably know by now, Steve Wiebe will be at our booth playing Donkey Kong and trying to regain his world record. So, you may be wondering, why GDC 2010?

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Codegeist sponsors rock da house

Every year, Codegeist seems to outdo itself in prizes. For 2009, we put a call out to staff at Atlassian (via the wiki, naturally) to gather ideas for prizes for this year's plugin development competition winners. If the fame and glory of winning Codegeist isn't enough motivation to enter the competition, then have a look at what's up for grabs — it may just get you to submit plugins to more than one category. Balsamiq is offering free copies of its game-changing software for mockups. Both

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