Archives for the tag: JIRA 5

(Guest Blog) Why Write a JIRA Book?

This is a guest post by Matt Doar of CustomWare. He has written two books about JIRA. One of which, Practical JIRA Administration, is up to date with all of the latest JIRA 5 goodness. As we all know, JIRA is extremely flexible. You have the option of customizing pretty much everything. However, learning how to take advantage of JIRA's adaptability can be tough for new users. All of the Atlassian tools including JIRA have excellent documentation online, but much of it is very specific to the purpose

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Link JIRA Issues to Confluence Pages, Automatically

With all the excitement and buzz surrounding the JIRA 5.0 release last week, you might have missed a killer new feature that brings Confluence and JIRA closer together than ever before – Remote Issue Links. Finally, complete traceability between JIRA and Confluence Issue links give you complete traceability between the wiki pages you create in Confluence and the related issues you track in JIRA. There are two easy ways to create issue links between Confluence and JIRA instances that

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More than 30 Integration Partners - Including Box, New Relic, Zendesk, and Zephyr - Plus Over 100 Add-Ons Leverage JIRA's New APIs SAN FRANCISCO & SYDNEY, February 22, 2012—Atlassian, the leading provider of collaboration software for product teams, today launched JIRA 5, the latest release of its flagship product. Available through both an OnDemand and on-site offering, JIRA 5 offers a social product development platform that connects people, applications and activity to accelerate the

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88 Reasons For JIRA

This is a guest post by Martin Seibert. He is the CEO of a German internet agency called //SEIBERT/MEDIA, a specialist in JIRA and corporate communication. //SEIBERT/MEDIA is one of Atlassian’s official partners in Germany and an Atlassian Platinum Expert. This blog post is also available in German at http://seibert.biz/jirareasons. 88 Reasons for JIRA For quite some time now, //SEIBERT/MEDIA has been using JIRA for both internal and external project management as well as software development.

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