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Getting started with GitImage

Getting started with Git

Git is fast becoming an industry standard with development teams the world over taking advantage of its superior speed, flexibility and support for distributed, non-linear workflows.

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Interesting times for Atlassian Add-Ons developersImage

Interesting times for Atlassian Add-Ons developers

This June we headed off to Berlin for AtlasCamp, the annual conference for Atlassian Add-on developers.

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Finding Confluence macros

Sometimes, it's the little hints, tips and tricks that make life with Confluence a whole lot easier.

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Reshaping information technology for innovationImage

Reshaping information technology for innovation

In its recently published global IT survey, McKinsey has reports that although businesses now appreciate the strategic importance of technology, they are also increasingly critical of its operational shortcomings.

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How to become a Confluence power userImage

How to become a Confluence power user

Confluence gives project teams a single place to collaborate and share information. It's a powerful platform that integrates with other Atlassian tools to add context and support across the application lifecycle.

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Four ways Form Mail for Confluence powers-up your wiki

The simplicity of Form Mail makes it a highly versatile tool that can be deployed to increase communication and gather information in lots of different ways.

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Supporting your team’s collaboration with GitImage

Supporting your team's collaboration with Git

Git is increasingly being used by dev teams on all kinds of software projects and products, both large and small scale.

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JIRA Confluence integration delivers even more powerImage

JIRA Confluence integration delivers even more power

To get the most out of the Atlassian toolset, we offer tailored knowledge transfer programmes and one-to-one mentoring.

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Best practice for JIRA fields (Part 2)Image

Best practice for JIRA fields (Part 2)

In our previous discussion of JIRA fields, we looked at the difference between Standard and Custom fields and suggested some tips and best practice for managing them.

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