We want to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers, partners, event staff, colleagues, guests – everyone we have had the pleasure of working with or helping this year! We’ve had a fantastic year with Linchpin, draw.io, Agile Hive, G Suite, our Tools4AgileTeams conference, our regular breakfast information sessions, teaching kids how to program with programmieren.de, the Atlassian Summit in Barcelona, and all of the other events we both attended and hosted.
We are a closely-knit team at //SEIBERT/MEDIA, and we enjoy spending time together during various events and have also established a number of different company sports groups for a healthy balance – from soccer to yoga, to badminton. I will introduce you to some of them in this post!
After installing an urban garden at the //SEIBERT/MEDIA office in June post, it’s now time to present the produce from the raised garden beds that now adorn the roof terrace. There were also many lessons to be learned from the first summer of urban gardening at //SEIBERT/MEDIA.
Our terrace is getting greener and greener! The beautiful vegetables which we’ve been growing as a team really are something to be proud of.
How it all began When I started my internship at Homepage-Design Seibert (as they were then known) in 2002, I …
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To encourage direct feedback in software development, Atlassian is constantly extending the capabilities of pull requests in its Git repository management system, Bitbucket Server. The new release 4.11 supports iterative reviews, which allows the development team to discuss the code changes in the context of a single pull request.
draw.io is a sophisticated diagramming plugin for Confluence and JIRA, created by JGraph. With draw.io you can quickly and easily create a wide range of diagrams in both Confluence and JIRA: flow charts, network diagrams, org charts, UML diagrams, mind maps, and many more. Here are some examples. The underlying core technology, mxGraph, has been in development since 2005 and today is the market reference implementation. In 2012, the draw.io plugin for Confluence was created for the Atlassian Marketplace, these are some of the advantages of draw.io for Confluence and JIRA.