Archives for the tag: press releases

Bug Tracking Evolved: Atlassian Announces JIRA 4

SAN FRANCISCO (BUSINESS WIRE) — Atlassian today announced the release of JIRA 4, the latest version of one of the most widely used issue trackers. JIRA 4 includes OpenSocial gadgets, improved dashboards, JIRA Query Language (JQL) for power search and filtering, activity streams and nearly 1000 other features and improvements. Pricing now starts at just $10 for 10 users. Dashboards and OpenSocial Gadgets JIRA dashboards have a new and improved look and now support OpenSocial gadgets. You can

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FishEye 2 and Crucible 2 released!

I am very excited to announce the release of FishEye 2 and Crucible 2. Both of these products have undergone a complete UI makeover with improved usability and productivity features focused on agile development. FishEye and Crucible help you explore your source code and conduct code reviews that actually work.

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SAN FRANCISCO (BUSINESS WIRE) — Atlassian announced today the release of FishEye 2 - a web interface for Subversion, Perforce, CVS and now Git - for collaboration, monitoring, search and analysis of your source code. FishEye 2 adds social networking to source code insight with the ability to follow your favourite developers and code to build a personalised feed of the activity you are interested in. FishEye 2 has a completely new user interface that brings GUI efficiency to web based source

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SAN FRANCISCO (BUSINESS WIRE) — Atlassian has announced the release of Crucible 2, its lightweight peer code review tool, which introduces iterative code review along with a host of other usability improvements. Crucible is a code review tool that allows software development teams to establish an effective, distributed process for conducting one of the key components of successful agile. Since code review is typically an iterative process -- you code, someone else comments, you code again,

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SAN FRANCISCO (BUSINESS WIRE) — Atlassian today released the latest version of Atlassian Connector for Eclipse. The plugin allows developers to quickly access JIRA issues, Bamboo builds, Crucible code reviews and FishEye SCM insights without context-switching from their Eclipse-based IDE. The Atlassian Connector supports the newly released Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo) as well as earlier 3.3 and 3.4 versions. The latest release of the Atlassian Connector for Eclipse was created in partnership with

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Atlassian Summit got off to a roaring start on Sunday! Yesterday on the blogs, we announced a bunch of news relating to our work and strategy over the past year. Follow all the excitement: Twitter: #atlassiansummit Flickr: atlassiansummit Today, we like to share the major announcements that our partners made at Summit: Adaptavist announced that they are making their commercial plugins, Theme Builder and Community Bubbles, completely free. Appfire introduces Fireball, the new turnkey appliance built

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