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Atlassian named one of 2013′s 25 Best Small Workplaces

Atlassian is thrilled to be recognized as one of 2013's 25 Best Small Workplaces in the U.S. from the Great Place to Work® Institute! Atlassian San Francisco was selected as a winner after participating in the Great Place to Work selection process, which included a survey of all San Francisco employees and a detailed questionnaire about our programs and practices. The rating and review* highlights what makes our workplace culture great in areas like professional development and training, company

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Summit 2013, Atlassian's 5th annual user conference, promises to be a big one for developers, software teams and business executives alike. In addition to industry-focused trend panels featuring speakers from organizations such as Virgin Media, HubSpot, Orbitz, Pandora, Turner Broadcasting, Twitter and NASA, Atlassian is kicking off the 3-day event with a special Fireside Chat hosted by PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy, with Atlassian co-Founders and co-CEOs Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar. Non-Summit

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Several weeks ago we celebrated the success of our Atlassian Foundation's unique philanthropy model, which has produced more than $2.5M in donations to Bay Area non-profit Room to Read! We hosted a joint “Causium in Action” event featuring a panel discussion with the always inspirational and thought-provoking Founder of Room to Read John Wood, along with Atlassians Jose Morales, VP of corporate development and Jeremy Largman, knowledge management program manager. Audience members were

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We're excited beyond words to announce that our unique "causium" model has produced more than $2.5 million in donations to Room to Read, a Bay Area non-profit dedicated to improving literacy and gender equality in education for children around the world. So what's our secret? Start small and think long-term. We reached this milestone in increments of just $10 through our unique 'starter licensing program' or Causium model (the mash-up of freemium with a 'cause') where teams of ten

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Atlassian has been making a whistle-stop tour of North America, Europe and Australia these past few weeks. It’s been a fantastic opportunity to get out from behind our desks and meet the people that make Atlassian thrive. One of the highlights of our tour was teaming up with London Girl Geek Dinners to host a night of tech talk, beer, wine and munchies. Held at London’s Google Campus, the event followed on from our San Francisco Girl Geek event in November. The theme of the evening was

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Tips and Tricks on How to Succeed as a Woman in Tech

Key Takeaways from Atlassian’s Inaugural Girl Geek Event Two weeks ago we hosted our very first Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner. Typically these events feature a series of lightning talks by several of the hosting company’s female engineers on a range of topics from new coding tricks to product demos. But we held event brainstorming sessions with Atlassian women and we heard over and over that they were less interested in discussing company-centric material and instead, wanted to know more about how

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