Archives for the tag: git

Want to make your development team more efficient with Git? Want to expand your Git knowledge? Come join us for a dev talk on how teams use Git to ship better code every day. Our Getting Git Right tour will visit 4 cities in APAC this fall; Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Brisbane from Sept 22 – Oct 7. You know, Git helps each developer become more productive, but the greatest value comes from the way it enables developers to work better as a team. So don’t miss this opportunity to meet with

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Last week we gathered up several hundred of our fellow software makers and talked about four development practices you can use to keep from getting your wires crossed: feature branching, continuous integration, pull requests, and information radiators. These are practices that teams at Atlassian have been really successful with, and–to the surprise of exactly nobody–we've baked support for them into the Git Essentials solution. ICYMI In case you missed it, here are the key points we covered: Feature

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5 tips for great code reviews

In almost every organization, team members collaborate to get work done. Software teams typically transition issues between people for different functions like code development, code review, and testing (even if they are all on the same team). When transitioning an issue from one team member to another it’s important to minimize the amount of ramp up required for the receiver to fully understand the issue. Transferring issues can be extremely expensive as it requires time from not only one,

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Following the git 2.0.0 release two-and-a-half months ago we're being treated to a new minor version of git, 2.1.0, with a host of exciting new features! The full release notes are available here, but they can be a bit terse if you're not deeply involved in the git community. This blog is my own commentary on some aspects of the release that got us excited at Atlassian. Better pager defaults The quotes in this article are lifted directly from the release notes, with my own commentary below. Since

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Today's best software is made not by lone hackers coding in solitary basements, but by teams of "makers" working together to build the next great thing. But without shared workflows, rigorous testing, and proper communication, the path to release day can look more like a Gordian knot. Enter the Git Essentials solution from Atlassian: planning, tracking, source code management, builds, and deploys–all in a single integrated suite. With these powerful tools, teams can coordinate their work

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Nowadays applying a fix to a project is as easy as creating a fork - which conjures up a full remote copy of the project for you to hack on - selecting the file you want to change, pressing Edit and committing your fixes. What if you are at the receiving end of a pull request (abbreviated PR in the following) instead? Using a polished web UI is great and often that's all you need. Click a button to Approve, click a button to Merge and you're done. But that's not always the case! It's a common

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