JIRA Development Cookbook Paperback – Nov 24 2011
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About the Author
for various customers. He is working with Go2group, a premier Atlassianpartner and is involved in managing Atlassian products for big enterprises to small starter license installations. Jobin had started his career as a Java/J2EE Developer in one of the biggest IT companies in India. After spending the initial years in the SOA world, he got hooked into this amazing product called JIRA, which he came across during the evaluation of third-party products for a requirements management solution. Soon Jobin realized the power of JIRA and pledged to spread the word. He has been doing it ever since, and reckons there is a long way to go! Jobin runs a website named "J Tricks - Little JIRA Tricks" (http://www.j-tricks.com). He has written numerous tutorials to help the developer community, who he thinks has contributed immensely to his personal development. It is indeed those tutorials that sowed the first seeds for this book.
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Also interesting to see the power of JIRA and why it is taking over the industry! Look out, these products are industry changers and the prices for the products and services have set the status quo up side down!
One thing I would like to see, it seems Jobin and his company are using a new style of plugin development, basically a cloud based integration for entire systems instead of traditional point to point solutions they call the product ConnectAll. This book came out before their new ConnectAll plugin. I wish it had covered this approach!
If you're interested about a more in-depth review of this book, I wrote a post about it in my blog (<...>).
I bought the Kindle edition which is good to read except the code examples which are nearly unreadable since there are no line breaks. I have observed this on my iPad, maybe the display is better on the Kindle device. Please fix that!
All the chapters were self sufficient and if you are a Jira Admin - this book is for you.