Archives for the tag: git

Happy birthday, Git! Cheers to 10 years

Dear Git, Watching you grow up over the last 10 years has been quite the journey. When your creator, Linus Torvalds, first announced you were coming into this world after only three days of coding, we had no idea how big of an impact you would have on all of our lives. You allow teams everywhere to have a 'Git-er-done' attitude so they can work faster and collaborate better, you put dollars back into pockets with cheap local branching, and make it possible to work offline just about anywhere.

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Webinar Recap: Git at Scale for Growing Teams

Kelvin Yap, Product Marketing Manager for Atlassian's Developer Tools, presented why people love Git and how Stash and Stash Data Center help professional teams scale their use of Git. If your team has concerns about security, scalability, and maintaining high performance and are struggling to choose a Git solution that addresses your concerns, this webinar is for you.

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Guest post: Keeping master clean with Bamboo and LEDs

This is a guest post from David Cook–growth hacker at Jut, Atlassian alumnus, and possibly the fastest man on earth. A few months ago, we realized we had a problem with our automated builds in Bamboo. There were some tests that only ran on master, and developers would sometimes merge in a branch that had passed locally, but would break on master. Then other developers would merge to master when it was broken–making it more difficult to figure out why the builds had broken in the first place.

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Today we are proud to announce the release of FishEye and Crucible 3.6. In this release we've made creating a review from a branch in your SCM much, much simpler and streamlined. We've also continued improvements to the performance and enhanced the overall experience with FishEye and Crucible by adding faster keyboard navigation with the new "Actions" dialog. Try FishEye and Crucible 3.6 for free Branch Reviews Crucible 3.6 makes creating reviews for branches fast and simple. By selecting the

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Let's get the punch-line out of the way up-front: "Without being asked". In a move that genuinely surprised me, the team behind the Atlassian ordering system adopted peer code reviews in a purely organic manner. I've been thinking about why this is... But don't developers hate code reviews? Code reviews have a long and chequered history in software development. I'm not exactly a grey-beard, more sort-of "salt-and-pepper unshaven", but I'm old enough to have been part of a waterfall software

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Pull requests are an easy way for teammates to request your feedback on their code. But, as your projects are successful and your team grows, the number of pull requests coming your way can get overwhelming. With Stash 3.4, we've made it easier for you to manage your pull request load and reduce the noise. Now,  emails will be aggregated into batch notifications for each pull request and sent after a period of inactivity. We think it's so useful that we've made it the default, but you

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