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Case study: How Orbitz migrated to Git

The first step of any trip is getting there. To make trip planning painless, Orbitz Worldwide – a leading online travel site operating in more than 180 countries – offers easy-to-use online travel booking for flights, hotels, and other travel services. Orbitz generates more than $11 billion in travel transactions annually. That means that for every second Orbitz's website is down, hundreds of dollars are lost. It's the Orbitz team's utmost priority to ensure everything stays up and running

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5 reasons Stash users are glad they chose Stash

When we're out n' about at meetups, conferences, etc., people often ask why they should use Stash when there are so many other options out there. At the risk of waxing existential, that's a question each team must answer for themselves. But I can tell you why other teams have chosen–or switched to!–Stash. Behold: Five things you won't find in the Git repository manager you're using now. (Unless you're already using Stash. In which case, may I direct your attention to Bamboo?... ) 1:

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First came agile development, and now it's all about Git. You've heard that it's great for decentralized teams, prevents merge hell, and is awesome for collaboration. But how do you get started? Well, Atlassian Git Essentials is for you! Last Thursday, we hosted a live webinar to show you how Git Essentials helps you get Git right. Our very own Amber Buchan, Dev Tools extraordinaire, demoed exactly how JIRA, JIRA Agile, Stash, and Bamboo have come together for your Git needs. We covered the

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Have you hugged your admin lately?

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This is a guest post from Daniel Wester, co-founder of Wittified LLC. Check them out on the Atlassian Marketplace. Administering JIRA, Confluence, Stash, or another Atlassian product can sometimes seem like a thankless job. As an admin you have a number of responsibilities: training new users, providing best practices, and continually evaluating add-ons and product upgrades to see if they will meet your organization's needs. That's on top of serving as the first line of support for people that run

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One of the Stash team's goals is to make code collaboration simple for teams everywhere. From in-line comments to side-by-side diffs, we've been delivering features that make it easier for your teams to work together, and discuss and navigate code changes. With more on the way, Stash 2.12 is our next step in improving your collaboration by helping you focus. Try Stash 2.12 today Navigate side-by-side diffs with hunk maps We introduced the side-by-side diff view in 2.11 to allow you to easily

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Stash has had the best pull request experience for a while now, but we're not about to rest on our laurels. In Stash 2.11, we're bringing you even better ways to review and comment on code. You can see what's changed more easily, and comment whenever and wherever you need to. Try Stash 2.11 today Side-by-side diff We built Stash to offer best-in-class unified diff view. At a glance, you were able to see in a single view what code had changed via the interleaving changes. While this is a good

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