Atlassian Trust Center We have launched our new Trust @ Atlassian site to make it easier to find the information you need to trust Atlassian products and cloud services.  We have Security at the heart of that trust relationship but also know that Quality, Availability, Privacy and Compliance are important.  We have detailed information about our Security program, including how we run our Security Management Program, updated Privacy information, and, for the first time, have published our Atlassian

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Diversity in our call for speakers at Atlassian Summit 2016

Preparations are well underway for Atlassian Summit 2016, our annual user conference. Our call for speakers is currently open, and we're excited to welcome speakers with a range of experience and subject matter expertise to apply for one of our 7 tracks. We're also excited this year to announce that we've re-vamped our speaker selection process, which we think will help us create the strongest, most diverse Summit lineup yet.

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It's that time of year again, time to submit a talk for Atlassian Summit! Summit 2016 returns to sunny San Jose this year, and from October 10-14 all the awesome you've come to expect at Summit will return. Including, of course, speakers... like YOU. As always, we're looking for veteran and newbie presenters alike. If you haven't presented at Summit before (or even if you have), read the 4 reasons you should submit a talk. We're looking forward to your submissions!

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Top software development trends in 2016

With over 50,000 customer companies, Atlassian is in a unique position to spot software development trends by tapping into our best resource: our customers. We surveyed more 1,300 customers and turned our findings into an interactive resource you can use to see how your team stacks up against your peers. Here are some highlights and insights we pulled out of the raw data.

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I'm Jamie, one of 80 new graduates to recently join Atlassian as a developer at our headquarters in Sydney. I'm in the middle of transitioning from "full-time study and part-time work" to just "full-time work". Seems like that should be easy, right? It's not. It's hard in all kinds of ways I didn't expect. Habits and attitudes that worked well for me and my peers during university are now unproductive in full-time life – and possibly toxic.

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