Archives for the tag: JIRA

Atlassian University is free!

Step-by-step walk-throughs on JIRA, JIRA Agile and Confluence are now free. Good news! Previously this content was only available for companies that paid, but now all content is freely available by going to university.atlassian.com. Paying customers have been enjoying the training for years, so we're very excited to offer all users the ability to learn the basics of our products in an interactive format. Last month, a customer went through the walk-throughs and said: The lessons are excellent

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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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As teams transition to an agile development workflow, many struggle with how to adapt traditional testing methods in an agile culture. Teams are often forced to trade off the quality of their product against the speed of shipping. At Atlassian, we've pioneered a different approach, known as Quality Assistance. Instead of creating a separate test team to hold responsibility for quality, a small team of Quality Assistance engineers evangelizes and coaches sustainable testing methods across the

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Meet the new gold standard in workflow automation

I've been called many things by many people, and 'borderline OCD' is one that pops up more frequently than I should probably admit. It's just so satisfying when my own records match those of my bank... when I know the next 3 turns I need to make when driving to someplace new... when the issues on my agile board perfectly reflect the state of my project. Ahh, bliss. Now, 'lazy' is a moniker I've assigned myself on occasion, but always with a wink. I love making computers perform simple tasks for

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Guest blog: Burnup reports for agile teams

Atlassian's public issue tracker, jira.atlassian.com, contains all kinds of feature requests from our customers. Occasionally, our ecosystem of add-on developers takes it upon themselves to build an add-on that implements one of these features, such as Broken Build recently did with GHS-5513. Meet them at Atlassian Summit 2014! “As a Scrum Master, I'd like to have BurnUp Charts available on the Rapid Board” says GHS-5513. What is a burnup chart anyway, and why does it matter? Can't you just

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Atlassian Enterprise offerings webinar series – JIRA Data Center recap

Last week, Atlassian hosted the first live webinar on its Enterprise Offerings series, "JIRA Data Center: High availability and performance at scale for your enterprise." Atlassian's Otto Ruettinger, JIRA Enterprise Principal Product Manager, took attendees through an overview of the JIRA Data Center deployment option and how it better meets the needs of large organizations, including: How it's designed to provide high availability and performance at scale for enterprise customers A brief

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