On 22nd September 2014, Atlassian is in Singapore for the 1st time to host Getting Git Right 2014 . Atlassian is well-known for their developer tools such as JIRA, Confluence, etc. The team spent the afternoon in town to talk about how Git together with Stash can help developers work more productively and deliver products faster.
Stash is a Git repository management software to enable users to collaborate on their code better. Revision control and source code management is becoming increasingly essential for development teams big or small. It helps developers to collaborate more efficiently, hence the proliferation of Git adoption for developer teams and increasing interest in products like Stash.
The Atlassian team shared their best practices on development workflows such as how to integrate Git into the system and how to use Git for faster releases. The revision control provides users with records of changes made to projects thereby empowering them in tracking and recovery of source code.
A lucky attendee walked home with our Intel® NUC mini server with Atlassian Git Essentials (JIRA+JIRA Agile+Bamboo+Stash) pre-installed. Our Git Essentials Mini-Server is targeted towards startups and small teams as it is both energy-saving and space-saving.
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Readers would be pleased to know that we have teamed up with Packt Publishing to organize a giveaway of the new JIRA 6.x Administration Cookbook that we have reviewed recently (See Book Review: JIRA 6.x Administration Cookbook).
Three lucky winners stand a chance to win a digital copy of this book each.
How to Enter?
All you need to do is head on over to the book page and look through the product description of the book and drop a line via the comments below this post to let us know what interests you the most about this book. It’s that simple.
The first 3 valid respondents will get an e-copy of the Book.
The contest will close on till 17th Sep 2014. Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!
I was excited to receive an invitation from Packt Publishing to do a book review on JIRA 6.x Administrator Cookbook.
Being an Atlassian Expert, it can be scary to see such books coming into the market because the tricks of the trade are being wiki-leaked. However, it also means JIRA has matured and is getting increasing adoption.
I think the tagline for the book “Quick answers to common problems” is quite apt. It contains a lot of recipes to questions that we encounter day-to-day. Some of the answers are similar to what we are doing for ourselves or have done for our customers.
The book is well structured with clearly illustrated steps and notes to highlight salient points. The e-book also contains coloured screenshots that makes it easier to see the highlighted text.
Some interesting topics include:
- How to reset the JIRA administrator password
- Creating custom fields with custom logic
- How to migrate JIRA to another environment
There are also chapters covering:
- JIRA workflows
- JIRA security
- JIRA customizations
- Integration JIRA with other applications
This book has a lot of practical recipes and is useful for those who want to administer their own JIRA instance.
For those who are keen to pick up JIRA add-on development, you can also check out the JIRA 5.x Developer Cookbook