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This is a guest blog post from Eliza Wright of Lucidchart, a diagram viewer and editor for Confluence and JIRA. Lucidchart: Easy Diagramming for Confluence and JIRA Confluence and JIRA are built for collaboration from the ground up.  Great teamwork requires the ability to quickly and effectively get your point across--visual communication is a perfect counterpoint to text. Lucidchart seeks to deliver streamlined, intuitive visual communication with our diagramming tool, but we’re just one

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As the year ends, we decided to look in the rear view mirror and see which Developer blog posts were the most popular.   So, here, for your viewing pleasure on 12/12/2012, the top 12 blog posts of 2012 --ordered from earliest to latest in appearance. 13 Steps to Learn and Perfect Security Testing in Your Organization  —  "As a security tester, your ‘end-user’ is now an attacker trying to break your application. " Modern Principles in Web Development — This

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Marketplace Monday: JIRA Enhancer

Tuncay Senturk, the developer behind this week's Marketplace Monday add-on, has been working on his JIRA Enhancer Plugin for over six years. JIRA Enhancer extends JIRA's capabilities with a powerful set of custom fields. The 21 custom fields capture a ton of data that can better inform your dev team'ss project tracking. Most of the fields cover are related to issue state changes–it can also log the information about issue state changes into reports, which can provide the full history of an issue. Custom

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Marketplace Monday: eazyBI Reporting and Charts Plugin for JIRA

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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Shedding Light on Build Breakages

I've been following Mark Pesce on Twitter ever since I watched his brilliant closing keynote at Web Directions South in 2008. A few months ago he started hinting at a #sekritproject in his tweets. I had no idea what it was back then but I didn't have to wait long to find out. He unveiled the Light by Moore'sCloud on the 5th of October - I was captivated both by how it looked and the latent potential it embodied. Was this the first "thing" in the Internet of Things? A few weeks later the Light was

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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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