Archives for the tag: release

Hey all, it's Christmas again. Just kidding... But the new git 1.8.4 is out! This time is so packed with awesome that my selection skills have been put hard to the test. It's easy and painless to upgrade It is customary for me to provide a few pointers for the upgrade, with caveats and reminders that package managers in some cases might delay the distribution; That is out of my hands. In any case here some painless instructions to upgrade: Type brew update && brew upgrade git if

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News for Mac and iOS users. Big news.

Earlier this year we made a commitment to build native desktop apps for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Secretly, we also wanted to build better native mobile apps. Today, we’re proud to announce HipChat for Mac 2.0 AND HipChat for iOS 2.0. They’re leaner, faster, and, most importantly – they’re native.

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Meet the new JIRA you can take everywhere!

JIRA goes mobile JIRA 6 brings you a whole new mobile interface. With JIRA mobile you can stay connected and update issues while on the go, so you're never blocking your team. We focused on the core user stories that empower your teams to use JIRA wherever, whenever. With the enhanced issue navigator optimized for the PC and a new mobile interface, you can maximize your productivity, no matter the device. When logging into JIRA from a mobile web browser on an iPhone or Android device,

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JIRA 6 webinar recording available

Yesterday we held a webinar for nearly 800 JIRA administrators, users, and evaluators. We covered how JIRA 6: Is redesigned & re-engineered for efficiency Makes teams faster with views for every work-style Stays with you wherever you are with JIRA's new mobile interface Makes it easy to get started by importing workflows from Atlassian Marketplace Watch the recording, share it with your team If you’re interested in JIRA, or are planning on upgrading to the latest version, this

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Whether you use git on the command line or via a tool of choice like SourceTree; whether you host your code on Bitbucket or on Stash behind your company firewall, if you're like me - wink - when a new git release comes out it's always a party. Smooth Upgrade Path For Gitters The new git 1.8.3 release is out. Of course this means upgrading to the latest version. It should be relatively pain free: Just type brew update && brew upgrade git if you use homebrew on OSX (due to a last minute

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Meet Ross, JIRA’s Lead Designer (2/2)

This is a second in a two part series about the JIRA 6 re-design with Ross Chaldecott.  In our first part we talked about Ross' design approach.  We will continue with Ross about the implementation of the Atlassian Design Guidelines inside of JIRA.  First, let's take a closer look at the beginnings of ADG with Ross in Sydney before jumping into how ADG shaped the release of JIRA 6.   JIRA 6: Implementing the ADG Q: What part of JIRA was the most difficult to update to use ADG? 

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