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Or "I don't have TIME to understand Maven; I've got work to do!" A big part of developing a plugin is seeing it work inside the base product. For JIRA plugins, this is accomplished using the maven-jira-plugin. There are two options for getting your plugin to run inside the host application: adding it as a bundledArtifact, or as a pluginArtifact. If you examine the configuration of an established plugin, like GreenHopper or any of JIRA's bundled plugins, you might see multiple plugins

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I’m happy to announce that we’ve just released the Atlassian Plugins SDK 4.1. Actually, we released it last week but didn't tell anyone -- we figured most of the Americans would be too busy chomping on turkey and being thankful. Those of you who are on SDK 4.0 and have used it since then should have gotten a notification that a new release is available. If you haven't done it yet (and are using 4.0), go ahead and: atlas-update Some of you may be aware that at this year’s AtlasCamp we

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Reasons to go to AtlasCamp 2012, Part 2

Here's a little secret: year after year, AtlasCamp attendees tell us it's not only one of the best, but the best conference they attend all year. We put more than 10x the money into Atlassian Summit than we do AtlasCamp, but AtlasCamp often wins the popularity poll because it gives people more concentrated networking time, has a solid agenda, allows them to meet 1-on-1 with our developers, and... and the people who attend AtlasCamp know how to have fun! This year, we want your significant other

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As a developer, it's very rewarding to work with beautiful APIs that just work. Half the battle of building applications against 3rd party APIs is having clear and concise documentation that show great examples. However, sometimes documentation doesn't go far enough. Sometimes, having a tool that allows you to "touch and feel" the API is more productive. Having the ability to play with an API allows for greater discovery and can sometimes lead to better use. At AtlasCamp in September, we demonstrated

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AtlasCamp: Like summer camp but geekier

Calling all Campers, AtlasCamp registration is now open! The fourth year of our favorite geekfest is back! We're stoked to be returning to the Oceano Hotel and Spa in beautiful Half Moon Bay, California for our annual developer conference. Whether you're in the business of building plugins or developing plugins for in-house use, the 2.5 days at AtlasCamp will give you everything you need craft great extensions to all the Atlassian tools. The Details Meet Atlassian developers and connect

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