As the technical lead in charge of Backbone's JIRA Data Center compatibility implementation, Matthias would like to take you behind the scenes and share how he solved some tricky development challenges.
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If you're a Confluence user you have probably tried to create a template for blog posts. Unfortunately, Confluence doesn't support them. Don't worry though, I came up with a solution that everyone can implement.
Last week, we held our fourth Dev Together meet-up, where we learned about how the Atlassian JIRA team balances complexity and power in its software. The talk was given by Dave Meyer, one of Atlassian's Senior Product Managers, who we welcomed all the way from Australia.
Join us for the fourth Dev Together meetup at our Stuttgart HQ, where we'll welcome Atlassian's Dave Meyer all the way from Sydney, Australia.
Last week we had the third Dev Together event at K15t Software. It was a great opportunity for us to bring together Atlassian users, customers & friends to our new office situated in the lovely East End of Stuttgart.
.We would like to invite you the next installment of our Dev Together event series on June 16th, 2015 at 18:00 at our new office in Ostendstr. 110, Stuttgart. This time Dave Meyer of Atlassian and Thomas Büschgens of W&W Informatik GmbH will talk about how they use JIRA. Join us for the talks and for drinks and pizzas afterwards.
Last week, we held a developer event here at the K15t Software office. It was a wonderful evening with our customers and friends enjoying pizza, drinks, and expert talks from Atlassian. Here are the presentation slides and video recordings.
You are very welcome to visit the K15t Software office on October 30th, 2014. We're happy to present talks from Joseph Clark and Sarah Goff-Dupont of Atlassian. Join us for a few drinks – and get a productivity boost.
Last week, the K15t Office was crowded more than usual. We had invited you for a free introduction to Git and its toolchain integration and to have a nice evening with us. See the presentation slides as well as some photo impressions of that awesome event, and videos of the two talks.
We invite you to come to the K15t Software office on July 24th, 2014. Get a free introduction to Git and its toolchain integration and have a nice evening with us.
Are you a Java plugin developer interested in creating add-ons for JIRA, Confluence or other Atlassian software? If so, join us on July 17 th for Java Forum Stuttgart http://www.java-forum-stuttgart.de/de/Home.html, in the heart of the city. At this event, K15t co-founder Tobias Anstett will give a talk on developing JIRA/Confluence add-ons using the Atlassian SDK http://www.java-forum-stuttgart.de/de/Abstracts+Slot+4.html#art527 (in German). This one-day conference is designed to give attendees a broad overview of the latest Java technology trends. The day will be filled with talks on Java development (with speakers from Google, IBM and Oracle). What’s more, there will be around 40 exhibitors from the Java space – including K15t Software.
If you're passionate about developing top-quality software, that passion could well take up most of your time. As a father of two, a basketball enthusiast and a hobby guitarist, I often found myself working on code when I would have liked to spend time on my other interests. Luckily, I discovered SonarQube, a tool that makes it easier for me to trust the code I’m developing or maintaining. SonarQube gives me insights that were previously hard to obtain. And that helps me to enjoy more leisure time. Maybe it can do the same for you.
Some bugs can be fixed in a matter of minutes. But correctly incorporating your fix into the VCS can take much longer – especially if you have multiple related projects and the bugfix requires minor changes to all of them. Here at K15t, this applies to our Scroll Exporters, for example. This blogpost will explain how you can speed up the process of merging your fixes with the master branch(es) of your projects.
Bamboo ist der Continuous Integration Server von Atlassian, wie er insbesondere in agilen Softwareentwicklungs-Projekten und für Software-Deployments eingesetzt wird. In dem Morning Talk gibt Christoffer Bromberg eine Einführung in Bamboo aus Benutzersicht.
Last week we had Information Developer and long term wiki-user Kelly McDaniel visiting us at our office in Stuttgart http://blog.k15t.com/2013/07/kelly-mcdaniel---pushing-back-the-frontier-of-wiki-based-documentation. Kelly was giving an inspiring talk about his story of migrating technical documentation from Adobe Framemaker to the Atlassian Confluence wiki. We have recorded Kelly's talk so everybody who was not able to join, can watch it online.
In this post you can learn how easy it is to create a user macro in Confluence that will show a Twitter-user's timeline. You're literally only a few clicks away from letting your colleagues know about your Tweets directly in your Confluence wiki.
The K15t Software team will attend the AtlasCamp 2013 in Amsterdam. Most of the team will arrive Tuesday night and stay the whole week. We are looking forward to meet you there and discuss all things wiki-based documentation and more...
In part 1 of this mini-series, I introduced the concept of using manually triggered Stages in Bamboo to set up a Plan that evolves as more and more of your build, test, and deploy processes become automated. When putting it into practice, there are some nuances to keep in mind, and "gotchas" to avoid. In part 2, I will cover these in some depth so you can look like the continuous delivery rock star you are!
This is a guest blog post by Sarah Goff-Dupont. Sarah is an agile delivery evangelist with Atlassian, a former test automation engineer, and...