Can’t keep up with all the great stories being published across our blogs? Overwhelmed by the velocity of our blogging fingers? Have no fear. Coming to your emotional rescue, here’s a summary of several of our recent posts from around our product, developer and news blogs.
Announcing Atlassian Summit 2010. I am so excited to announce the second annual Atlassian Summit 2010! From June 9-11 at the Intercontinental Hotel in San Francisco, hundreds of customers, speakers, partners and Atlassians will get together for the biggest Atlassian event ever! Read more.
Get Organized with Confluence Personal Labels. It’s probably no surprise that Atlassian uses Confluence to everything. I estimate that at least 75% of the business content I interact with on a daily basis resides in our internal Confluence instance. How do I organise and manage it all? The simple answer: personal labels. Read more.
Protip: Open in Eclipse & IntelliJ Shortcuts. So if you haven’t discovered it yet, you may be interested to learn that you can “one click” open stuff in your IDE from FishEye & Crucible. Read more.
NPR.org moves from Bugzilla to JIRA. A few months ago, Kim Bryant, NPR’s Manager of Application Operations for Digital Media, posted on Inside NPR.org about their move from Bugzilla to JIRA in order to address challenges with “managing work requests, bug tracking and other operational processes.” Read more.
Come join us in an Atlassian Doc Sprint. The first Atlassian Doc Sprint will take place from Monday 22 to Wednesday 24 February 2010. It’s happening in Sydney, in San Francisco and online. You are invited! Read more.
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