Atlassian, creator of the popular issue tracker JIRA, has announced a major change to its flagship product. JIRA will now be split into three independent products for specific departments.
New release of world-beating issue tracker focuses on faster, user-friendly interface.
With multiple project support and a responsive UI, Bloodhound is a reimagining of Trac for the needs of 2013.
From square-bracketed Clojure to Jira Jr. to killer robots, we round up yesterdays funniest fake coding news stories.
Stage one of Oracles huge migration of bug systems has been completed – a fully public bug tracker isnt far away.
Realising they were losing their way, AWS-welcoming cloud vendor Eucalyptus can their open source/enterprise version model for a pure open source version of their on-premise platform
Atlassian have revealed Stash – a Git repository management tool aimed at enterprises looking for easy collaboration across the company
Change of plans for Oracle’s OpenJDK as fully open JIRA is pushed further down the line
Atlassian JIRA 5 has been released today, pushing the envelope for issue trackers. Jon Stevenson tells us more about what it can do
Codenamed ‘Thunder’, this JBoss server is looking to shake things up a bit with the biggest release in the community’s history
PLUS, Atlassian Plugin SDK 3.3 released and Red Hat publish financial report.
PLUS, proposal for CDI 1.1 posted and JRuby 1.6.0 released.
TeamWall helps agile Teams to get continuous code feedback.
PLUS, after almost five years, Matthias Wessendorf leaves Oracle.