All posts by Matthias Rauer

State of Developer: Autonomy is the future of software development

In the tech industry, many technical things are known about the developers who work in it: their preferred programming languages, their preferred frameworks, the most popular cloud platforms. But what is known about the less tangible aspects? Atlassian has taken a closer look at these factors with its State of Developer report.

Atlas: The New Teamwork Directory from Atlassian

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There are dozens, if not hundreds, of applications in every organization, and information is more distributed and harder to find than ever. That’s why Atlassian is developing a new software solution called Atlas, the first teamwork directory that aims to connect all the dots across teams, applications and work. Atlas equips teams with a common vocabulary for open communication and a shared understanding of work contexts.

Atlassian Compass: A Command Center for Better Software Development

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There are dozens, if not hundreds, of applications in every organization, and information is more distributed and harder to find than ever. That’s why Atlassian is developing a new software solution called Atlas, the first teamwork directory that aims to connect all the dots across teams, applications and work. Atlas equips teams with a common vocabulary for open communication and a shared understanding of work contexts.

7 Tools That Make Your Cloud Migration Easier

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Many Atlassian customers say that their Cloud migrations went smoother and quicker than they had expected. One reason for this is that there are many helpers available to make the change as frictionless and efficient as possible for the teams. Read which tools you can use to make your cloud migration a breeze in this article.

Looking back at Tools4AgileTeams 2019

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At the end of 2019 our annual conference, Tools4AgileTeams, took place. It started as an open-ended experiment aimed at bringing Agile enthusiasts from the Rhine-Main region together in order to learn from one another. Today it’s considered to be a tradition and has long since become a permanent fixture in events calendars across the German-speaking Agile community.