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.
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 hosted our final 24-hour 'Hacketse' hackathon of 2016 – with a bigger and stronger range of competitors than ever before. Check out our wrap-up, and find out who lifted the winners' trophy this time around.
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.
Atlassian Summit 2016 is only a few short weeks away, and this year K15t is stepping up as a proud platinum sponsor of the biggest event of the year for the Atlassian ecosystem.
A few weeks ago, we had our seventh 24-hour Hacketse hackathon – once again, we brainstormed, developed, and realized some fantastic ideas.
AtlasCamp is just a few short days away, and we've got some big news. Here's what brings us to Barcelona this year.
Our first 24-hour hackathon of 2016 took place on March 10 and 11, and great things were made – quickly. Check out our wrap-up, and find out who was on the winners' podium this time around.
Hackathons have always been important to us here at K15t. In the old days they were held informally – more like greatly-accelerated sprints ...
Despite the title, this blog post isn't actually about acronyms. It's a brief wrap-up of the Atlassian User Group (AUG) in Hamburg (HH), whe...
K15t Software's fifth Atlassian-rules 24-hour hackathon happened just before the holidays in 2015, and the dust has finally settled enough for us to tell the tale.
An exciting and exhausting Atlassian Summit 2015 is now in the books, and with much fanfare it outlined how the company is working to make teams smarter, better, faster, and stronger.
We're just a few weeks away from Atlassian Summit 2015 http://summit.atlassian.com/, and this year K15t Software is bringing new product news, demos, and lots of friendly faces with us from Stuttgart to the Big Powwow by the Bay.
Last Wednesday we threw open the K15t doors to friends, family, partners, and customers to help us warm our new office https://twitter.com/search?q=k15twarming in Stuttgart, and it was a grand time if we do say so ourselves. Check out some scenes from the event after the jump.
K15t Software has grown once again, and to keep us all from elbowing one another we had to make a change. With a bit of work we have found...
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.
Oops, we did it again – and we love it: Creating awesome stuff within 24 hours. Some of us were coding almost the whole night to make our ideas come to life. Here's how we spent our third, Atlassian-rules https://www.atlassian.com/company/about/shipit hackathon that took place in the K15t Software office. And, of course, we've got a winning team: congratulations to Eugen, Maximilian, and Tobias who have built and demoed an awesome multi-layer image map editor for Confluence!
The Scroll Viewport 2.1 release is dedicated to all the viewport theme developers out there! Creating and editing viewport themes is now easier than ever (forget FTP!). Here are six reasons why you folks (not only theme developers!) should embrace Scroll Viewport 2.1 – the latest version of an add-on for Confluence that's also a framework for delivering Confluence content even simpler and faster to the web.