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Atlassian Stride

Rethinking Team Communication with Atlassian Stride

Atlassian recently announced a brand new product as the successor of Hipchat: Stride A blog was posted  introducing Stride. Stride is Atlassian’s new team communication solution. It offers an even more integration of chatting, voice / video meetings, collaboration on actions and decisions together in one platform. For all active HipChat cloud users an upgrade […]
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TMC ALM Event

TMC ALM Atlassian State of the Union event

TMC ALM Atlassian State of the Union event TMC is al jarenlang een trotse Atlassian partner. Ieder jaar gaan we naar verschillende Atlassian events. We spreken met onze klanten over de ontwikkelingen op Atlassian gebied. Volgen we trainingen en cursussen en speuren het internet af naar nieuwtjes en feitjes. Ieder jaar delen we de hoogtepunten van de kennis […]
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Atlassian Bamboo

Tuning Bamboo builds

In the last month’s Atlassian Labs has introduced several new Bamboo add-ons to help monitoring your builds and pinpointing bottle necks in your build farm. We’ve installed and reviewed three of the most interesting ones for build managers. Build Times Agent Usage Bamboo Agent notification These add-ons allow you to identify bottlenecks and optimizing performance. Build Times […]
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TMC ALM @ Bits & Chips 2016

This year we were there at the Bits & Chips, present our Atlassian solutions to new and existing customers. Since it’s people who drive technology we make sure our employees are in good shape. As you can see in the picture below.
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TMC ALM at Atlascamp 2016 in Barcelona

Last week of May our TMC colleagues visited Atlascamp to get in touch with the latest development on the Atlassian toolset. Now, after all the fun there where also some excellent keynotes. Out of the total of 30 keynotes ( the complete list you can find here ) We selected a top three: 1) GIT’s […]
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SHA-1 cracked, are your GIT archives vulnerable to attacks?

Early 2016 it was announced that SHA-1 signatures are now susceptible to collision attacks (source). As GIT uses SHA-1 signatures to uniquely identify objects you might ask yourself if it is still safe to store objects in your GIT code archive. Let’s find out! First, SHA-1 signatures are used in GIT to ensure data integrity and […]
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