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Oz news: May 2010 events at Atlassian HQ

DevOps Downunder When: Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd of May Where: Atlassian HQ, 173-185 Sussex St Who: "Devops" is a movement of like-minded sysadmins and developers interested in bridging the artificial gap between our camps. It's impossible for sysadmins to do their job without reading or writing code, and developers need intimate systems knowledge to scale their software. Cost: $50 register here Website: Devops Downunder Groovy-Sydney: Peter Bell - Practical DSL Design When: Tuesday 4th May, 6:00pm,

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Taking on new graduates

Wow, this year has gone by so fast. It seems like only yesterday that we had a group of outstanding graduate developers join Atlassian. Last year's new graduates have been involved in writing some awesome software that is now being used by millions of Atlassian users worldwide. We have recently opened the applications for this year's graduate intake and we would love to invite this year's graduating students to apply. The opportunities at Atlassian are endless and we are looking forward to keep

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Oz News: no REST for the Agile

SJUG:Michael Neale on RESTeasy, Matt Quail on Objectify When: 6:00pm for 6:30 start, Thursday, 11th March 2010. Where: Atlassian HQ, 173-185 Sussex St Who: Michael Neale will be presenting first about 'RESTful web services in java (jax-rs/RESTEasy)'. Michael works for Red Hat, in the JBoss division, on the Drools project. He lives in the Blue Mountains, and has been working with java on and off since 2001. The second presentation will given by Matt Quail on 'Objectify: The simplest possible typed

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Atlassian – Most Likely To Change The World

Atlassian is still at the beginning of what I think will be a great success story. A lot of that has to do with their products, their culture and their leadership. - Kim Heras, The Next Web It's been a good Friday here in the Atlassian Sydney office, despite the horrible humidity we got out, threw back a few beers and played some backyard cricket. We also got the good news that Next Web thinks we're not only the 'Best Enterprise Startup' in Australia, but also that they we're 'Most Likely to Change

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NCSS 2010 – guest post by Erin Jamieson

Last month we sponsored the National Computer Science School's summer program. We are involved with the school in a number of ways - our staff go along to help out as industry mentors for their programming competition, we run a site tour to give them an insight into the working world of software development, and we donate software for them to help test their projects. This year one of the tutors for the program, Erin Jamieson, agreed to tell us about her experience at NCSS and what the school does

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Oz News: Sydney Atlassian User Group

Just a quick update, this time around to let you know that we're hosting our second customer-run Sydney Atlassian User Group in February. This event is completely free, so be sure to come and drop by the office and talk to other users. We'll be kicking off with some food at 5.30, with sessions starting at 6.00 include a couple of talks and 'Birds of a Feather' discussion groups. More details and registration. Hope you all have a happy and safe Australia Day!

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