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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On November 18th, twelve Atlassians from across the globe met in Phnom Penh to participate in our annual trek with Room to Read, an organization dedicated to breaking the poverty cycle through the power of education. Their focus is on improving literacy and gender equality in education throughout Asia and Africa.

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Atlassian’s IPO and the power of teams

Today is a big day for Atlassian. A few minutes ago, we became a publicly traded company. Mike and I had the honor of ringing the NASDAQ opening bell, and we can think of no better way to celebrate than to recognize the work of our customers around the world and their teams that helped make all this possible.

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Rome wasn't built in a day. But that's the time it takes for some of Atlassian's greatest innovations, product features, and workplace enhancements to come to life. Every quarter, we run a 24-hour hackathon called ShipIt where we drop everything to make something awesome. It embodies our culture of innovation and puts weight behind a sacred company value: “Be the change you seek." Learn more about ShipIt, and see how you can run one at your company. Let the games begin!

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Disaster recovery + speed = Confluence Data Center

Having a disaster recovery plan is essential in protecting business-critical applications in the event of a disaster. With the release of Confluence Data Center 5.9, it's now possible to resume operations in an alternate data center (usually in another geographic location), if the main data center becomes unavailable. Get the scoop on Confluence Data Center.

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What's the best way to capture and document customer feedback without letting anything slip through the cracks? To learn how Atlassian product managers handle this process, we reached out to two of our own: Jason Wong, Principal PM of JIRA Software, and Sherif Mansour, Senior PM for Confluence. Today's post kicks off the two-part blog series with Jason, and in the second part we'll get insights from Sherif.

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