One of our favorite things at Atlassian is getting to know our customers and hear about how you're using our products to build your own kick-ass software. Sometimes we get to do this in person at events like Atlassian Summit coming up next week, but often times this happens via video conferences and surveys – such as our annual survey for FishEye/Crucible (thanks to everyone who participated!). Based on your feedback, we focused on two areas you said are increasingly important: review workflows

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Got Milk? What’s in your wallet? And now… #BuiltWithBitbucket?

To celebrate the software that you've poured your heart and soul into, we're launching #BuiltWithBitbucket. This is your chance to strut your stuff in front of the entire Atlassian user base of over 5 million people at 50,000 companies around the world. Tell us: what are some of the cool things your team has #BuiltWithBitbucket?

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Codegeist 2015 is Atlassian's 8th add-on developer competition. Add-ons allow you to extend JIRA and other Atlassian products with even more functionality. Whether you're an experienced add-on developer or trying something new, now is the time to build your add-on and share it with the community.

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Whether you’re large, small, co-located, or distributed, the key tenet of success for your team remains the same - communication. Clear and consistent communication, whether it's keeping everyone up to date with the status of your current project or simply informing the team of your upcoming vacation, is a vital part of ensuring your team continues to hum along like a well-oiled machine. Teams that realize this have turned to HipChat and its ability to integrate into their day-to-day workflow.

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A leap second is a one-second adjustment that is occasionally applied to UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) in order to keep its time of day close to the mean solar time. The most recent leap second insertion happened on June 30, 2012 at 23:59:60 and caused disruptions in computing systems all around the world.

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