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Connecting JIRA 6.2 to GitHub

In almost every instance, software development is a collaborative effort – multiple people are working with any given issue during an its lifecycle. Product owners, developers, as well as business stakeholders all need to be involved during the software development lifecycle. With JIRA 6.2 we released deep integrations with Atlassian's Git tools, Stash and Bitbucket. Many of you wanted to know if JIRA's development features would work with GitHub, and I'm pleased to say that the answer is "yes." One

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Make HipChat Your Team’s Command Center

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Our customers love HipChat because it's so easy to extend. HipChat connects to over 45 tools that your company uses every day. Here are 5 ways to make HipChat your team's command center and stay on top of everything your team needs to know about. 1. Connect to JIRA and Pivotal Tracker Every company has projects they need to manage. Keeping up with the issues your team needs to address for these projects is a breeze with HipChat. Integrate with project management tools like Atlassian JIRA or Pivotal

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Reviewing code on any hosting service with Crucible

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Note: This post concerns the Download edition of Crucible. When your development team reaches a certain size it can become hard to have a clean code review process. Remote developers can't pair, you have more and more changesets filling in the review queue and more people involved in reviews. You need a way to streamline that process and keep track of all the changes that need to be looked at. Crucible solves these issues by offering a way to peer review code asynchronously - identify people

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Connect JIRA to your Git or Mercurial Repositories with the JIRA DVCS Connector

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Looking for a way to connect your Git or Mercurial repositories to your JIRA issues? Atlassian has recently released a new update to the JIRA DVCS Connector to help you connect your JIRA issues to your DVCS repositories on Bitbucket. For those who don't know, Bitbucket is Atlassian's free code hosting tool for Git and Mercurial repos. So, what is this JIRA DVCS Connector? For those new to this useful plugin, the JIRA DVCS Connector lets you Track commits, monitor source code edits,

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Linking Bitbucket with the JIRA issue tracker

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The Bitbucket team has been working hard to bring distributed version control (DVCS) capabilities to Atlassian's JIRA to help complete your development suite. In February, we released the JIRA DVCS Connector; this nifty plugin allowed you to jump to your Bitbucket or GitHub repositories straight from the JIRA Commits tab. Today, we are introducing Bitbucket Links. With Bitbucket Links, you can use issue keys to link to JIRA or other development tools you use straight from Bitbucket. The

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JIRA DVCS Connector – connect issues to Bitbucket or GitHub

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Hosting your Git or Mercurial source on Bitbucket or GitHub? If so, we recently announced a new and improved way of connecting your distributed version control hosting tool to JIRA - the JIRA DVCS Connector. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWQPDPXiFs0 Connect JIRA to Bitbucket or GitHub Many Bitbucket and GitHub users are connecting their source to JIRA issues via the JIRA Bitbucket Connector and JIRA GitHub Connector.  The JIRA DVCS Connector combines all the features of the JIRA Bitbucket

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