Since Summit 2010 ended, there have been a flurry of new posts across the News, Development, Jira, Confluence and Dev Tools blogs. Here are just a few:
Summit 2010: the boxset. Maybe it was the double-decker keynotes, or the 30 mind-opening breakout sessions, or the 13-company launchpad event, or the day-of-the-new-iPhone energy (and lines) surrounding the AtlasBar, or the 550 customers, partners and Atlassians wandering the halls, or the fact that Tom Cruise was hanging around, but there was just something magical in the air at Summit 2010 this year. It was, in a single word, epic! Read more.
Announcing the Universal Plugin Manager. The UPM allows you to see and manage the plugins that you have installed in your application, and it allows you to discover, download and install new plugins from the Atlassian Plugin Exchange. Read more.
GreenHopper 5 – Simple and fast agile planning. Last week at Atlassian Summit 2010, we proudly unveiled GreenHopper 5. This is biggest release of our truly agile project management tool since bringing it into the Atlassian family one year ago. Read more.
The Power of Jira Studio – Update Issues with Subversion Commit Messages. If you’ve used Jira with Fisheye or Bamboo, you’re probably familiar with adding Jira issue keys to your commit messages to link source and builds to your issues. This is a great way to provide visibility into the true progress of work on your issues. Jira Studio provides the same functionality, and goes beyond by allowing you to update your issues with your commit messages. Read more.
Meet Hercules, the Atlassian Support Bot. The Atlassian Support team is happy to welcome a new member of our family: Hercules, the Atlassian Support Robot! We recently turned him loose on our support instance of Jira, where he looks through uploaded logs and returns known issues from an analysis. Read more.
How to build a kick-ass wiki page in 10 minutes. Confluence is a great technical documentation solution. A few weeks ago I created a tutorial using Atlassian’s public wiki, where Confluence users can learn how to become a wiki ninja. Read more.
Plugins of the Month. Two of the plugins featured in our on-going webinar series include QMetry, a SaaS solution for managing the software testing lifecycle, and Talia, the Chat Robot for Jira.
When it comes to blog posts, this roundup was the proverbial tip-o-the-iceberg. There are heaps more tips, news and announcements to be discovered in the blogs. Happy reading!

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