The beginning of the year is often a time when companies and teams plan their product development for the coming months. Project, product, and development managers gather to assess meetings, distribute resources, and commit to roadmaps. To facilitate this, Atlassian developed Portfolio for JIRA, which is now in version 2.2. The new release gives teams the ability to compare initial and current project timelines, select the best roadmap scenario, and determine their velocity.
For years, mobile internet use has been on the rise. In 2015, over half of all Google searches worldwide originated from mobile devices. Yet another milestone was reached in 2016, as smartphones surpassed other devices in terms of where internet is accessed.
The new Linchpin intranet app fits right into this type of smartphone usage. Though a mobile intranet isn’t a chat application, it should also have social and communication features to provide mobile users with an interactive experience for mobile users.
Confluence and JIRA interact with one another very closely. In one of our live webinars, my colleague, Jan Kuntscher, and I demonstrate JIRA integration in Confluence. Not only do we show standard features such as individual operations, configurable process lists, and JIRA task list creation within Confluence, we also provide some helpful tips for features that may be unfamiliar to you.
Atlassian tools help companies advance and simplify, systematize and integrate processes. We support our customers with customized solutions to help them work better and use Atlassian software to solve their unique challenges. Here is a new case study of our customer CIP4 Organization.
Codeyard is our all-in-one-project solution for every Atlassian tool installed, configured and heavily used with your employees. It is a concept to launch approach that most product and service companies need to offer their customers to create value. Let’s talk about the Atlassian tool stack and how users can use it as a holistic solution to delivering value to customers (with or without software).
On the one hand, risks can arise while working on Git-based software projects that hamper the development process, software quality and stability of existing processes. On the other hand, you also do not want to slow down the development process by using models that are too restrictive.
Introduction to the possibilities of Git and Stash We met Jens Schumacher (Group Product Manger Dev Tools) during our last visit to Atlassian …
Git Essentials is the new Atlassian product suite that completely and seamlessly displays the development workflows with Git in software development teams – from agile issue management and repository management to software releases for continuous integration.
Stash 3.2 offers you a few helpful updates. Branch compare already allows you to view differences between two branches and with Stash 3.2 you can now create a pull request with one click. You will know the code changes, that will be merged, before you create the pull request. Click to read about all the updates.
Within software development there are distributed version control systems, with especially git currently most popular. More and more teams are recognizing the advantages of DVCS and migrate from central version management. The market offers numerous products which enable teams of developers to manage their git repositories. All have their advantages. The most mature and most feature rich solution for an enterprise is in our opinion Atlassian’s Git repository management system Stash. We have collected 99 reasons, which all are argue for Stash and show why it is reasonable to test Stash, regardless whether a transition to Stash in the planning or has been started. 99 reasons – none longer than a Twitter tweet.