Archives for the tag: development tools

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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New Atlassian Product Blogs: Subscribe now

A Whole New Purpose Today, Atlassian is announcing new product blogs, the JIRA Blog, the Confluence Blog and the Dev Tools Blog. The idea is to provide a steady and focused drip feed of product updates, power user tips and usage examples to help passionate product users be increasingly more successful with these tools. Three New Blogs Atlassian's current blogs aren't going away. You should still subscribe to the news blog to get spirited updates about news and events. Likewise, the Atlassian

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Agile 2009 Session – Code Review for Agile Teams

Are you attending Agile 2009 in Chicago this week? Interested in learning more about how code review can be effectively done in an agile teams context? Check out "Effective code reviews in agile teams" at 4:00 PM, Monday 8/24 in Grand Ballroom E. Wojciech Seliga and Slawomir Ginter, members of Atlassian's development team, will talk about how they've implemented a lightweight, peer code review system that doesn't take too much time and yields great results. Of course they are using Crucible and

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Atlassian Connector for Eclipse 1.2 is Available

Version 1.2 of the Atlassian Connector for Eclipse is officially in the wild! This release includes a bunch of bug fixes and minor enhancements, plus the ability to download and install if you are behind a firewall and can't use Eclipse's plugin installation features. Check out the 1.2 release notes for more details The Atlassian Connector for Eclipse takes advantage of the task-focused Mylyn interface in Eclipse to connect with JIRA, Bamboo, Crucible and FishEye servers. It allows users to easily

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DevTools Greatest Release Event Of All Time

The Friday before last, the Dev Tools teams (Crucible, FishEye, Clover and Bamboo) went out on a fantastic release excursion. We started out by trekking out to the Powerhouse museum for a backstage tour of the archive basement. We saw some pretty ancient artefacts (technologically speaking), including a NeXTcube, the very first tote board created by George Julius here in Sydney, and saw an exhibition on Charles Babbage. After a good number of hours at the Powerhouse museum, we wandered across

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