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Atlassian donates $250k to Room to Read!

We're thrilled to announce that we've hit a new milestone - through our Starter License program we have sold $250,000 worth of licenses, with all proceeds benefiting Room to Read! If you haven't already heard, the Starter License program offers most of our software for small teams for $10. No strings attached. Watch Room to Read's founder, John Wood, talk about their mission and how we're helping bring education to thousands of children in developing nations: It's thanks to all of you that we've

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As those of us in the San Francisco office prepare for a few days off for Thanksgiving (don't fret: support and customer service will still be active), here are a few articles to "chomp on" that our team has been working on over the past couple weeks: Code Review in Agile Teams. Wojciech is working on a several part series aimed to help you do just that. Read Part One. Integrate JIRA into Google Wave! Do you have your Google Wave invite yet? If so, this is a post for you. John explains how

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Atlassian bi-weekly blog roundup

Since our last blog roundup, we survived Halloween, have begun Movember and spent a day at the races. We've still been keeping up the hiring campaign and are looking for 16 more rockstars to join the Atlassian family. Here what's been going on around the Atlassian blogs: We launched Cash for Clunkers - Confluence Edition! Bill Arconati has all the details about how to get 20% off a new Confluence license or a free 10-user license. Confluence 3.1 is in beta. Try it out and let us know what you

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Cash for Clunkers – Confluence Edition!

Today we're announcing Cash for Clunkers - Confluence Edition. From now until December 11, you can trade in your wiki, team site or any other collaboration clunker in exchange for either a free 10-user Confluence license or 20% off a new Confluence license. Bill has all the details of this offer in his blog post on the Confluence blog. Check it out!

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Halloween Comes to Atlassian

Last Friday the San Francisco office got dressed up and broke into teams to carve up some pumpkins! So much fun (and we've got the photos to prove it): Support Engineer, Jonathan Costello is beheaded?!!?1!? Channel Coordinator, Trisha Hong, plays Alan from the movie "The Hangover" A beer pumpkin! Customer Advocate, Sherrie Ladegast, dressed as a geisha Office Administrator, Rochell Lopez, with Tina as Crulla de Vil Marketing Monkey, Morgan Friberg, as Carl Fredricksen from the film "Up" Support

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Since launching our product blogs, we've been busy providing more product news, tricks and advice on the Atlassian suite of tools. Here's a roundup of the Top 5 must read articles from the last week or so on our blogs: 1. Interactive tours in the JIRA Sandbox: We've been working hard to give you a great experience when you tour JIRA -- and now with interactive tours we can! If you haven't taken JIRA for a whirl since the release of JIRA 4, try this out. You'll be blown away. John has all the

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