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Once upon a time I used Eclipse as a development environment. It had a lot of things going for it: free(as in beer), rich community involvement, a plethora of plugins and probably my favorite feature: Mylyn. The problem was that it seemed everytime I wanted to upgrade to a newer version, inevitably half of the […]

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27 Jan, 2010

Thanks for the shirt Atlassian!

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

So my t-shirt arrived today in the mail compliments of Atlassian. Bright green and well earned when I slayed the dragon, I’ll wear it with pride.  So far I’ve been getting the most mileage out of Bamboo and Jira, but I’ve also been tweaking Confluence to make it just right. Following right along with Atlassian’s […]

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07 Jan, 2010

Bamboo, Grails and Git for Continuous Integration

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

Following up on my recent installation of the Atlassian product suite at home, I had a really positive experience setting up Bamboo to work with several of my recent Grails projects. Bamboo has proven to be a powerful and essential tool at my day job and I’ve really been looking forward to putting it to […]

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02 Jan, 2010

Atlassian: Here Be Dragons

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Cool Toys|Development

I’ve been using Atlassian tools at work for a few years now, and it’s hard to imagine how much different developing software would be without them. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Atlassian, here’s the 10,000 foot view. The Atlassian Toolbox Jira is the cornerstone of the stack and, with the addition of […]

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16 Dec, 2009

Jira Grails Plugin

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

I set out to explore some of the Atlassian API’s this week, along with a test drive of Jira 4, and ended up developing a simple XML-RPC plugin for Grails. Utilizing little more than the Groovy XMLRPC library I was able to implement a client service for the Jira XmlRpcService in minutes. Nothing terribly complicated […]

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25 Oct, 2009

Grails-UI DataTable using XML for a model

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

I had a great chance to play with some new stuff this weekend, namely Grails 1.2-M3, the new Grails REST plugin and Groovy in general. Awhile back I wrote some Groovy code to explore the various Jira, Fisheye and Crucible REST api’s using Apache HttpClient directly, and I wanted to see what it would like […]

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