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This guest post from Kate Carruthers is a companion to the dev-oriented post about building the Bamboo plugin, which was published last week. Kate has worked in software development and web since the dark ages. In more recent times she's been a scrum coach and agile project manager. She recently saw the Light and though it would be fun to join the Moore's Cloud team. In a past life I used to manage globally dispersed web development teams.  When we used to run waterfall style projects then ‘breaking

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Marketplace Monday: eazyBI Reporting and Charts Plugin for JIRA

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Here at Atlassian, we're particularly stoked about this week's Marketplace Monday add-on. Why? It offers one of the most intuitive and powerful user experiences for reporting and charting JIRA data that we've seen. EazyBI began as a web-based business intelligence tool for users tired of paying high prices for hard-to-use enterprise BI software. Enter eazyBI. It integrated data from disparate data sources, offered flexible reports, and allowed you to add data with a drag-and-drop user interface. While

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Marketplace Monday: Bob Swift’s Plugins for Confluence, a Highlight Reel

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Each week, Marketplace Monday profiles one (or more!) great add-ons available in the Atlassian Marketplace–where you can try and buy more than a thousand add-ons for Atlassian products. Every time we approve a new add-on on the Atlassian Marketplace, the Ecosystem team celebrates. We launched the Marketpalce with 59 add-ons available in the Marketplace, so when we approved our 100th add-on in September, we were particularly excited because the developer was someone who has been around the Atlassian

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Marketplace Monday: Xporter for JIRA

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Each week, Marketplace Monday profiles one great add-on available in the Atlassian Marketplace–where you can try and buy more than a thousand add-ons for Atlassian products. If you're a JIRA user, you know that JIRA is an excellent tool for project tracking, but there's always room for improvement. JIRA can always get more efficient or better customized to your workflow. For example, imagine you are used to doing your documentation as Word documents with references to JIRA issues. Imagine creating

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HTML5 Revolutionizes Gliffy’s Confluence Plugin

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This is a guest post from Carole Snitzer, Product Marketing Manager for Gliffy, a visualization and diagramming add-on listed in the Atlassian Marketplace. Today marks a revolution in the history of Gliffy as we launch our brand-new Gliffy Confluence Plugin 5.0, in HTML5 for the first time! For you, that means Gliffy is faster, smoother, and better integrated with Confluence than ever before. For us, it means a whole new way of thinking about our product. The HTML5 Revolution When our CEO,

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Marketplace Monday: synapseRT for JIRA

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Each week, Marketplace Monday profiles one great add-on available in the Atlassian Marketplace–where you can try and buy more than a thousand add-ons for Atlassian products. This week, we're profiling a great requirements and test case management add-on in the Atlassian Marketplace. SynapseRT by Go2Group seamlessly integrates with the JIRA user experience and allows Agile teams to manage  projects using a number of requirements-based test methodologies to improve quality and reduce cost. Right

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