Archives for the tag: plugins

On February 1, we launched the latest addition of Atlassian's add-on development competition, Codegeist. We invited developers everywhere to build add-ons for JIRA, Confluence, Stash, and our developer tools, with the promise of $65,000 in cash prizes and the opportunity to sell their add-on commercially on the Atlassian Marketplace. This year's prize format is a little different–we're awarding a prize for the best add-on submitted during each month of the competition. That means $10,000 each

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Project Portfolio Management in JIRA with Profields 2.5

This is a guest post from Guillermo Montoya, CEO of DEISER, an Atlassian Platinum Expert and makers of Profields for JIRA. We’re very excited to launch Profields 2.5 for JIRA, our most ambitious add-on yet! Here's why: Profields 2.5 adds four great features that are essential to turning JIRA into a tool any organization can use for Project Portfolio Management (PPM). We’re convinced these four features can help any team turn JIRA into a complete project portfolio management solution. Project

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Confluence 5...You have to see it to believe it. A ground up overhaul of the UI. A new global header. A simplified, always-present 'Create' button. The new space sidebar. It's literally bursting at the seams with updates. And people are taking notice. If you're a current customer, don't let add-ons hold you back from upgrading. Over 100 of your favorite add-ons have already been updated for Confluence 5. And if you're new to Confluence, discover add-ons to extend the world's best team collaboration

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Get More from Your Intranet: Poll Your Colleagues in Confluence

Meet in the morning or over lunch? Pizza or sandwiches? Team happy hour this Friday or next? These are just a few of the critical decisions that teams make every day. Confluence powers thousands of company intranets around the world, enabling coworkers to share information and discuss topics together. Simple decisions, like what to have for lunch, don't require a meeting (hopefully), but the last thing anyone wants is an email thread with dozens of messages with everyone shouting "Not Chinese!

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I love pull requests No, really: I love pull requests. But I’ve learned to be more than a little nervous when accepting them. If only I had a dollar for every time an innocent-looking pull request completely threw the spanner in the works, broke every build, and had my team Nerf-pelting me because of the test failures. I’d be a rich man who wouldn’t have to sling code for a living! http://vimeo.com/59534707 To avoid being subjected to guerrilla Nerf warfare, I need to check the build

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Stash 2.1: Scratch that itch

Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out What’s New » TL;DR The brand-spanking-new Stash developer site is now online here and documentation for the Stash REST API has touched down here. These updates couldn't have come at a better time as Atlassian Codegeist has just started (with some serious cash prizes and a category specifically for Stash) so get hacking! A bit of history Stash 2.1 has a bunch of cool new features, but what really excites me are the improvements

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