This is the first in a series of blog articles aimed at improving your development process using Gitflow and other features of Atlassian tools.

Atlassian plugin development is made possible through the exposure of functionality with rich APIs. This blog article goes into a few of the more useful ones.

The products of Atlassian are widely used and respected tools for Agile software development and management. From developer tools such as Bamboo, Stash and Crucible to project management and collaboration tools such as Jira, Confluence, and Greenhopper (now Jira Agile), they are at the heart of many a contemporary software development project–projects large and small. […]

The Atlassian Users Group (AUG) has returned to Las Vegas, and Isos Technology is leading the charge.

Isos Geek Nights, in general, have garnered increasing interest among the Isos team as more sessions have been added. Having a wide range of topics often falling outside the general day-to-day activities of our team combined with the natural curiosity of technologists has fueled this support for Geek Nights. Ed Bukoski’s talk on using Groovy […]

Although Atlassian Crowd is central to many enterprise deployments of the Atlassian stack, it seems like Crowd is the forgotten sibling in the Atlassian family of products. While every Atlassian product is constantly being refreshed and upgraded, after years of being in existence Crowd is still sitting at version 2.7. Stash is not even 2 […]

If you didn’t make it to the Atlassian Summit this year, be sure to mark your calendar for next year. The annual event put on by Atlassian is as fun as it is informative. These guys really do put on a great show! Here’s some of what you missed. PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENTS There were some fantastic […]

This was my second time attending Atlassian’s Summit and I have to admit I was pretty excited! A chance to spend a full week in San Francisco, walking the streets and taking in the crazy scenes, and great restaurants. I was even more excited that I didn’t have to pack a single collared shirt or […]

ATLASSIAN CONFLUENCE 6.1 with new Confluence Blueprints was announced during the Keynote Speach at Atlassian Summit. Of note is the new Knowledgebase & Team Space Blueprints. While the new team space is self explanatory, this doesn’t make it any less useful. The knowledge base is also going to be a great application of Confluence for knowledge […]

So it’s been a couple of weeks since Atlassian Summit and I am finally getting a chance to share my experience for those who weren’t able to go as well as open the dialog for those who did. This was my first time going to Summit but I have been to other industry conferences, so […]