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  1. Anonymous

    class RestKitIntegrationTest: QuickSpec {

    override func spec() {
    
        beforeSuite {LSNocilla.sharedInstance().start()}
        afterSuite {LSNocilla.sharedInstance().stop()}
        afterEach{LSNocilla.sharedInstance().clearStubs()}
    
        describe("Rest Kit") {
            context("Service Call") {
                it("makes a successful call") {
                    var successfulJSON : JSON!
                    let Data = TestHelper()
                    //Get the corresponding response from the data file
                    successfulJSON = Data.getJSONFromFile("MockResponse/getIssueSuccesfulResponse")
                    guard let url = NSURL(string:"http://jira.mobile.test/jira/rest/api/2/issue/") else { fail("Wrong URL"); return }
                    let provider = RKProvider(endPointUrl: url, authenticationHeader: ["Authorization":"Basic YWRtaW46YWRtaW4="])
                    //Stub http request with nocilla
                    stubRequest("GET","http://jira.mobile.test/jira/rest/api/2/issue/REST-2")
    
  2. Anonymous

    class Put { sealed trait Mode { type Mode = this.type } sealed trait Result[+A, M <: Mode]

    object Mode { case object Overwrite extends Mode { case class WroteV extends Result[V, Overwrite.type] case object New extends Result[Nothing, Overwrite.type] }

    case object IfAbsent extends Mode {
      case class Wrote[V](v: V) extends Result[V, IfAbsent.type]
      case object Rejected extends Result[Nothing, IfAbsent.type]
    }
    

    }

    def putA: Result[A, overwrite.Mode] = ???

  3. Anonymous

    <em>(San Francisco delicacy – e.g., Sees candies) </em>we all loved so much last time. So&#8230; whaddaya say? If you can spare me for a few days, this would be a solid investment for our team.</p> <p>&#8211; __ <em>(your name)</em></p> <h4>For first-time attendees</h4> <p>Dear _ <em>(boss&#8217; name)</em>,</p> <p>We&#8217;ve been using _ <em>(product name–e.g. Stash)</em> for about _ <em>(period of time)</em> now, and our team pretty much has the hang of it, but I think we can do better. I feel like we&#8217;ve only just scratched the surface of what it can do for our team and the way we do _ <em>(process name)</em>.</p> <p>Well, Summit 2015 is coming up in November in San Francisco, and we shouldn&#8217;t pass it up. The sessions look amazing. Especially the ones for _ <em>(software / IT / back-office / enterprise)</em> teams like ours. Plus, it&#8217;s a great chance to connect with Atlassian staff and talk with them about how we could be using _ <em>(product name)</em> more effectively. Between that and the sessions, I&#8217;d be able to bring back a bunch of info that will help us that those _ <em>(problem #1)</em> and _ <em>(<span class="inline-comment-marker" data-ref="cb8efe0f-9a9f-4b8e-9de2-a9be75c231e8">problem #2)</span></em> issues we&#8217;ve been wrestling with lately.</p> <p>Also, I&#8217;ll be sure to pick up some of those _ <em>(San Francisco delicacy – e.g., Sees candies)</em> people keep raving about. So&#8230; whaddaya say? If you can spare me for a few days, this would be a solid investment for our team.</p> <p>&#8211; _ <em>(your name)</em></p> <p>So there you go. Fill in the blanks, embellish, and/or simplify as you see fit. For a complete list of the tracks and sessions slated for Summit 2015, as well as a few other compelling reasons to attend (did someone say &#8220;Summit Bash&#8221;?!) click this lovely green button.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class=\"bac-button\" href="http://blogs.atlassian.com/?feed-stats-url=aHR0cHM6Ly9zdW1taXQuYXRsYXNzaWFuLmNvbS9zZXNzaW9ucw%3D%3D&#038;feed-stats-url-post-id=32228" onclick=\"analytics.track('clicked', { object: 'button', label: 'summit-2015-convince-your-boss', core_funnel: false });\">Summit 2015 agenda

  4. Anonymous

    the _ (name of a team) team would probably get a lot out of it, too. Also, I&#8217;ll be sure to pick up some of those _ (San Francisco delicacy – e.g., Sees candies) we all loved so much last time. So&#8230; whaddaya say? If you can spare me for a few days, this would be a solid investment for our team. &#8211; __ (your name) For first-time attendees Dear _ (boss&#8217; name), We&#8217;ve been using _ (product name–e.g. Stash) for about _ (period of time) now, and our team pretty much has the hang of it, but I think we can do better. I feel like we&#8217;ve only just scratched the surface of what it can do for our team and the way we do _ (process name). Well, Summit 2015 is coming up in November in San Francisco, and we shouldn&#8217;t pass it up. The sessions look amazing. Especially the ones for _ (software / IT / back-office / enterprise) teams like ours. Plus, it&#8217;s a great chance to connect with Atlassian staff and talk with them about how we could be using _ (product name) more effectively. Between that and the sessions, I&#8217;d be able to bring back a [&#8230;]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://blogs.atlassian.com/2015/09/atlassian-summit-2015-how-to-convince-your-boss/">Atlassian Summit 2015: how to convince your boss</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://blogs.atlassian.com">Atlassian Blogs</a>.</p> ]]></description> <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><img class="alignright wp-image-32235" src="http://blogs.atlassian.com/wp-content/uploads/Summit2015SF-300x272.png" alt="Summit2015SF" width="186" height="169" />Ahhh, the end of summer. (Or in the case of our southern hemisphere readers, the equally-lovely end of winter.) The kids are back in school, it&#8217;s still warm enough to grill up some burgers n&#8217; brats, and your sunburns have finally healed. In short, everyone in the office is in a good mood. Which got me thinking: if I was one of the hundreds of Atlassian customers out there who&#8217;d like to attend Summit 2015, but hadn&#8217;t gotten around to asking my manager about it, this is the time to do it.</p> <p>Now, if you&#8217;re a regular reader of the blog, you know that I have no trouble at all with words. So here&#8217;s a little Friday Fun Thing™ to help you find the words with which to convince your boss – my teeny-tiny gift to you, dear reader, should you be among the lexically challenged (or just a huge fan of MadLibs). I&#8217;ll do two variants: one for returning attendees, and one for first-timers.</p> <h4>For returning attendees</h4> <p>Dear _ <em>(boss&#8217; name)</em>,</p> <p>Remember back in ___ <em>(year)</em> when I attended Summit, Atlassian&#8217;s super awesome user conference? Sending me there was yet another wise and _ <em>(flattering adjective)</em> decision on your part! I got to swap ideas with loads of other people who use _ <em>(product name–e.g. Stash)</em>, and as you may recall, that led to some pretty dramatic changes to the way we do _<em> (process name)</em>.</p> <p>Well, Summit 2015 is coming up in November in San Francisco, and we shouldn&#8217;t pass it up. The sessions look amazing. Especially the ones for_ <em>(software / IT / back-office / enterprise)</em> teams like ours. Plus, it&#8217;s a great chance to connect with Atlassian staff and talk with them about how we could be using_ <em>(product name)</em> more effectively. Between that and the sessions, I&#8217;d be able to bring back a bunch of info that will help us that those_ <em>(problem #1)</em> and_ <em>(problem #2)</em> issues we&#8217;ve been wrestling with lately. Come to think of it, _ <em>(name)</em> and _ from the ____ <em>(name of a team)</em> team would probably get a lot out of it, too.</p> <p>Also, I&#8217;ll be sure to pick up some of those

  5. Anonymous

    atlassian-summit-2015/">7 reasons you can&#8217;t miss Atlassian Summit 2015</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://blogs.atlassian.com">Atlassian Blogs</a>.</p> ]]></content:encoded> <wfw:commentRss>http://blogs.atlassian.com/2015/09/7-reasons-cant-miss-atlassian-summit-2015/feed/</wfw:commentRss>; <slash:comments>0</slash:comments> </item> <item> <title>Atlassian Summit 2015: how to convince your boss</title> <link>http://blogs.atlassian.com/2015/09/atlassian-summit-2015-how-to-convince-your-boss/</link>; <comments>http://blogs.atlassian.com/2015/09/atlassian-summit-2015-how-to-convince-your-boss/#comments</comments>; <pubDate>Fri, 04 Sep 2015 13:00:53 +0000</pubDate> <dc:creator><![CDATA[Sarah Goff-Dupont]]></dc:creator> <category><![CDATA[Uncategorized]]></category> <category><![CDATA[summit 2015]]></category>

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        <description><![CDATA[<p>Ahhh, the end of summer. (Or in the case of our southern hemisphere readers, the equally-lovely end of winter.) The kids are back in school, it&#8217;s still warm enough to grill up some burgers n&#8217; brats, and your sunburns have finally healed. In short, everyone in the office is in a good mood. Which got me thinking: if I was one of the hundreds of Atlassian customers out there who&#8217;d like to attend Summit 2015, but hadn&#8217;t gotten around to asking my manager about it, this is the time to do it. Now, if you&#8217;re a regular reader of the blog, you know that I have no trouble at all with words. So here&#8217;s a little Friday Fun Thing™ to help you find the words with which to convince your boss – my teeny-tiny gift to you, dear reader, should you be among the lexically challenged (or just a huge fan of MadLibs). I&#8217;ll do two variants: one for returning attendees, and one for first-timers. For returning attendees Dear
    
  6. Anonymous

    padding-right: 20px;" width="50px"><img style="display: block; color: #205081;" src="http://image.mailer.atlassian.com/lib/fec2157377620c74/m/4/summit_2015_sep_5.png" alt="Reason 5 Atlassian Summit 2015" width="65" height="65" border="0" /></td> <td style="padding-right: 20px;"><b>Hear it first.</b><br /> Discover all that&#8217;s happened over the past year and get a sneak preview of what&#8217;s in-store for the future of Atlassian products.</td> </tr> <tr height="90px"> <td style="padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px;" width="50px"><img style="display: block; color: #205081;" src="http://blogs.atlassian.com/wp-content/uploads/62.png" alt="Reason 6 Atlassian Summit 2015" width="65" height="65" border="0" /></td> <td style="padding-right: 20px;"><b>Let loose.</b><br /> Jam-packed fun throughout including great parties, swag, beer pours, music, and entertainment.</td> </tr> <tr height="90px"> <td style="padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px;" width="50px"><img style="display: block; color: #205081;" src="http://blogs.atlassian.com/wp-content/uploads/72.png" alt="Reason 7 Atlassian Summit 2015" width="65" height="65" border="0" /></td> <td style="padding-right: 20px;"><b>Explore San Francisco.</b><br /> We&#8217;re excited to be back in downtown SF this year! With so much to see and do, you may just want to stay through the weekend.</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p style="padding-top: 10px;">So&#8230; what are you waiting for? There are just six weeks until this year&#8217;s Summit. We both know it won&#8217;t be the same without you!</p> <p style="padding-top: 10px; text-align: center;"><a href="http://blogs.atlassian.com/?feed-stats-url=aHR0cDovL3N1bW1pdC5hdGxhc3NpYW4uY29t&#038;feed-stats-url-post-id=32375" target=\"_blank\" style=\"font-size: 16px; font-family: Helvetica, Helvetica neue, Arial, Verdana, sans-serif; font-weight: none; color: #ffffff; text-decoration: background-color: #67ab49; border-top: 11px solid border-bottom: border-left: 20px border-right: border-radius: 5px; -webkit-border-radius: -moz-border-radius: display: inline-block;\" class =\"mobile-button\" alias =\"Register now button\">Register now</a></p> <p style="padding-top: 20px;">P.S. Need some help convincing your boss?

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