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Learn How to Develop Add-ons for Atlassian Software - And Meet The K15t Team
Nils Bier

Nils Bier on June 12, 2014

Nils Bier

Nils Bier on June 12, 2014

Learn How to Develop Add-ons for Atlassian Software - And Meet The K15t Team

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.

Staying ahead of your bugs - quality metrics for developing Atlassian plugins with SonarQube
Christoffer Bromberg

Christoffer Bromberg on January 28, 2014

Christoffer Bromberg

Christoffer Bromberg on January 28, 2014

Staying ahead of your bugs - quality metrics for developing Atlassian plugins with SonarQube

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.

Git tip: A quicker, smarter way to merge fixes with the master
Jens Rutschmann

Jens Rutschmann on January 22, 2014

Jens Rutschmann

Jens Rutschmann on January 22, 2014

Git tip: A quicker, smarter way to merge fixes with the master

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.

Kelly McDaniel: Migrating Documentation from Framemaker to Confluence (Video)
Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on July 12, 2013

Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on July 12, 2013

Kelly McDaniel: Migrating Documentation from Framemaker to Confluence (Video)

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.

Continuous Delivery, One Byte at a Time (Part 2)
Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on February 12, 2013

Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on February 12, 2013

Continuous Delivery, One Byte at a Time (Part 2)

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!

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