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frisket wrote The JIRA issue tracking system has been around for seven years and has proven popular commercial and open source environments because of its licensing agreements (free to certain categories of organizations, and the source code available developers). The release of v.4 in 2009 (currently 4.4) made some major changes to the user interface and research, a new plugin architecture and the ability to share dashboards projects outside the system. Patrick Li JIRA 4 Essentials is a comprehensive guide interface and facilities that both present the material simply and avoids the trap of simply being a guide to the menus. Although it is primarily for the administrator, it will also be useful for the desktop user who want an autonomous system. Read on for the rest of the review of Peter.
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