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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Atlassian provides products and services to companies and teams of all sizes, all around the world. Our customers’ trust in Atlassian is essential to our business, and we have to continually earn that trust by respecting their privacy and securely maintaining their data. This is exactly why we are proud to join Airbnb, Automattic, CloudFlare, eBay, GitHub, Kickstarter, LinkedIn, Mapbox, Medium, Meetup, Reddit, Square, Squarespace, Twilio, Twitter, and Wickr as Amici Curiae on a brief supporting Apple and opposing the FBI’s request for any sort of backdoor to make it easier to access customers’ iPhones and get access to their data.

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Introducing Atlassian Tech TV

Atlassian Tech TV is a new project that takes you inside Atlassian where you get to hear how we make software directly from members of Atlassian's software teams. We kick off with a series of one-on-one interviews as I chat with some of our most talented people from roles across engineering, design, QA, and product management.

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When I joined Atlassian in June as our first Global Diversity Programs Lead, it was clear to me that the company was full of incredible people who believe in our mission: to unleash the potential of every team. It was also clear that our leadership understood that diversity (and its close cousin, inclusion) need to be improved – and quickly. The biggest question was, "How?" What is the underlying principle we'll use when defining and improving our diversity initiatives? Thankfully, I had to look no further than our mission.

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Bimodal IT, and 2 ½ other enterprise resolutions for 2016

In the mad dash for the end of the year it's easy to forget that after all the lights, drinks, and budgets from 2015 come to a close, your company expects you to know what you're doing for 2016. Here's why you should plan to get a head start on bimodal IT, streamline some tools, and watch Star Wars.

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We’re excited to announce new learning content at Atlassian University to help accelerate your success. Atlassian University now offers something for everyone, from brand-new users to JIRA admins. Our new learning levels provide content that’s focused on where you are – enabling teams to get the most out of Atlassian products.

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