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Tell your best build story and win a Bamboo license!

Our friend The Build Doctor just launched an awesome contest! Submit your your best or worst build and/or deployment experience. This could be: That project you pulled from the brink; The project you didn't The home grown build system that was written in a polyglot of Perl and Visual Basic. That's right, the one that would only run on a Pentium with the floating point bug. The grand prize is a license of Bamboo Standard Edition (current Bamboo customers get a 1-year maintenance renewal). Ten

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Crucible 2 Beta Insight (part 2) – Iterative code review

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With a sweet new UI designed to make code review as easy as email, the new beta of Crucible 2 is packed with great features. The most revolutionary of which is the idea of iterative code review.

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FishEye 2 Beta Insight (part 2) – Personalisation

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Last time, I talked about how FishEye 2 focuses on People and Teams by raising the importance of developers and their activities within your development environment. Let's not forget that the most important person on your team is YOU! That's why FishEye 2 offers many ways for you to control this seemingly endless amount of data in order to provide you with meaningful information at all times.

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Crucible 2 Beta Insight – Pain free code review

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I blogged about some of the high-level features of the FishEye 2 and Crucible 2 beta releases last week, but I barely scratched the surface.. now it's time to dig a little deeper into Crucible 2, Atlassian's peer code review tool.

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FishEye 2 Beta Insight – People and Teams

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With all of the announcements and activity surrounding Atlassian Summit last week, it's easy to lose track of all the details. I did manage to blog about some of the high-level features of FishEye 2 and Crucible 2, but now it's time to dig a little deeper and provide you with some insight into the seemingly never-ending list of new functionality in both products. I'll be breaking this up into a series of posts over the next few days, so stay tuned... first up is FishEye 2: People & Teams

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Atlassian Clover wins Duke’s Choice Award at JavaOne 2009

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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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