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Have you hugged your admin lately?

This is a guest post from Daniel Wester, co-founder of Wittified LLC. Check them out on the Atlassian Marketplace. Administering JIRA, Confluence, Stash, or another Atlassian product can sometimes seem like a thankless job. As an admin you have a number of responsibilities: training new users, providing best practices, and continually evaluating add-ons and product upgrades to see if they will meet your organization's needs. That's on top of serving as the first line of support for people that run

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New in the Marketplace: Atlassian Verified

The Atlassian Marketplace is proud to announce a new way to make it easier for Atlassian customers to find great add-ons – Atlassian Verified. Atlassian Verified is a certification program to call out developers on the Marketplace who meet standards of traction, reliability, and support. In the Atlassian Marketplace, you will now see a checkmark next to commercial add-ons from developers whom Atlassian has verified. Atlassian Verified developers have met Atlassian standards on: Traction –

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Introducing Atlassian Connect 1.0

The future of add-ons for JIRA, Confluence, and beyond. Today, we're proud to announce the general availability of Atlassian Connect – a completely new way to build add-ons in the cloud for JIRA and Confluence OnDemand. It's easy to get started, and you can write in the development language of your choice. And there's already two dozen add-ons from Atlassian and our partners ready to use in JIRA and Confluence OnDemand. What's Atlassian Connect? Since we launched JIRA and Confluence OnDemand,

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3 ways to get more from JIRA and Confluence

This is a guest post from Remie Bolte of CollabSoft, an Atlassian Expert and developer of 10 add-ons on the Atlassian Marketplace. In my time as a software developer, I have worked with a number of traditional software teams that made the move to agile development and switched to JIRA to track their work. That transition requires teams to reeducate themselves for a new methodology, so I've read many of the books and blog posts, attended the training sessions, and listened to the agile coaches. In

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Feed your wallboard

Any agile coach (except perhaps Chet Rong) will tell you that there are a few critical keys to doing agile right: Don't depend on email and spreadsheets; collaborate on work with an issue tracker. A short daily stand-up is important to keep everyone up to date on progress and identify dependencies. Display all critical team information on a highly visible wallboard, so nothing gets missed. The Atlassian Marketplace team relies on our wallboard to display the important shared information,

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Win prizes for organizing JIRA issues with Structure

This is a guest post from ALM Works, makers of the Structure add-on for JIRA. ALM Works is thrilled to announce a new coding contest for developers to extend and integrate with Structure, our best-selling issue organization add-on for JIRA. If you’re a developer who uses Structure – or a Structure user with access to a friendly developer – this is an awesome opportunity to show off your skills and ingenuity, earn kudos, and be recognized as an accomplished Structure expert. As if that wasn't

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