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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Atlassian has released the latest product for their suite of development tools – Atlassian Stash
- Development Teams need a way to develop quickly and share their source code in a central location
- Businesses need an efficient way to keep their source codes in a secured manner
- IT Administrators need a reliable system that can be configured to fit their environment
The key features of Stash are:
- Permissions – easy to manage permissions for your Git repositories
- User Management – link up to Corporate LDAP, Atlassian Crowd or even JIRA to manage the users
- Development Traceability – link up with Atlassian JIRA for full issue and source traceability
- Fast Source Browsing – browse code changes, file history directly from the browser without using an IDE
For more info, check out the official blogpost from Atlassian.
One place for your source codes – Atlassian Stash
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