Archives for the tag: development tools

FishEye 2 and Crucible 2 released!

I am very excited to announce the release of FishEye 2 and Crucible 2. Both of these products have undergone a complete UI makeover with improved usability and productivity features focused on agile development. FishEye and Crucible help you explore your source code and conduct code reviews that actually work.

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Today is a big day for the Eclipse community with the release of "Galileo", also known as Eclipse 3.5. Atlassian is joining the fun with the latest version of our Atlassian Connector for Eclipse. This Eclipse plugin allows developers to quickly access JIRA issues, Bamboo builds, Crucible code reviews and FishEye SCM insights without context-switching from the IDE. The Atlassian Connector supports the newly-released Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo) as well as earlier 3.3 and 3.4 versions. The latest release

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FishEye 2 Beta Insight (part 3) – Usability

So far, I have talked about the new People and Personalisation features in the FishEye 2 beta. And these are just the tip of the iceberg.. FishEye 2 has gone through a complete UI transformation to ensure that performance and usability is unparalleled. Working with Subversion, CVS, and Perforce (and soon Git!) has never been easier. FishEye 2: Faster and easier than ever While all of the great features that you have come to know and love FishEye 1.x for still exist, we have improved upon many things

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We're excited to announce the release of the latest version of the Atlassian Connector for IntelliJ IDEA! This IntelliJ plugin is freely available to everyone, and allows you to access JIRA issues, Bamboo builds, Crucible code reviews and FishEye SCM insights without switching tools. The latest version, 2.1, introduced a bunch of awesome features that make common activities easier and faster. Our own developers have been 'dogfooding' with the plugin for a couple of weeks now, and I've heard nothing

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Crucible 2 Beta Insight (part 3) – JIRA Integration

In the first two parts of my little blog series on the Crucible 2 beta, I covered iterative reviews and the new usability improvements. One of the most requested features from existing customers was better JIRA integration and I'm excited to let you know that we have improved this greatly.

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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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