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Continuous Integration of Android Apps with Bamboo

Today we are lucky enough to have a guest blogger! Himanshu Chhetri is a developer at Addteq and works with the Configuration Management and Atlassian Solutions delivery teams. In his free time he likes to keep up-to date with the latest open source projects and the devops movement. Most developers use Eclipse as their IDE of choice for Android development. Google provides the ADT (Android Developer Tools) plugin for Eclipse that simplifies the process of setting up new Android projects and going

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Collect Feedback in JIRA to Build Better Products: WHAT

This is part three in a three-part series exploring WHY user feedback helps you make better products, HOW to best collect and digest that feedback, and WHAT greatness will come for your product, your team, and your organization when you solicit feedback from your users. The best way to make great products is to get a prototype in front of your users, solicit feedback, listen, then iterate. The ‘solicit feedback and listen’ part tends to get tricky, so let's take a look at the awesome benefits

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Collect Feedback in JIRA to Build Better Products: HOW

This is part two in a three-part series exploring WHY user feedback helps you make better products, HOW to best collect and digest that feedback, and WHAT greatness will come for your product, your team, and your organization when you solicit feedback from your users. The best way to make great products is to get a prototype in front of your users, solicit feedback, listen, then iterate. The ‘solicit feedback and listen’ part tends to get tricky, especially at a growing organization, so let's

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Collect Feedback in JIRA to Build Better Products: WHY

This is part one in a three-part series exploring WHY user feedback helps you make better products, HOW to best collect and digest that feedback, and WHAT greatness will come for your product, your team, and your organization when you solicit feedback from your users. The best way to make great products is to get a prototype in front of your users, solicit feedback, listen, then iterate. The ‘solicit feedback and listen’ part tends to get tricky, especially at a growing organization, so let's

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Clover Goes Mobile!

The Android market is rapidly increasing, being one of the most popular platforms, not only for customers, but also as a platform for developers to create their apps. Just few numbers: Google Play just hit 25 billion downloads in total (15 billion downloads in the last year) over 670,000 applications available on Google Play over 100'000 registered developers on Google Play over 500 million activations of Android devices, 1.3 million being added every day Taking into account this rapidly

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