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Each August, Atlassians around the globe put down their keyboards to celebrate a year of hard work and achievements at the annual Big Bash event. In the past we've sailed yachts, joined the circus, become cowboys, and ridden Segways, but with the Sydney office now busting over the 300 staff mark what were we to do with so many competitive colleagues? Answer... Pit them against each other in an 'Atlassian Knockout'! Our own version of the crazy stadium 'sports carnival for adults' which

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Alerts, anomalies & automated canaries at DevOps Dojo hangout #4

For our 4th installment of the DevOps Dojo hangouts, we corralled monitoring mavens from Atlassian, LogicMonitor, Netflix, and Metafor for an hour-long geek-out that got quite animated! Did you know, for example, that the very notion of distinguishing application monitoring from infrastructure monitoring is controversial? I did not. Or ever thought about the effects of human bias when looking for anomalies in monitoring data? Personally, it never crossed my mind. There's lots for your brian

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Atlassian Experts are going on tour in France

Atlassian in France is on a roll! Our business has grown more than 100% in the last two years. We have a partner ecosystem growing at an even faster rate. We now want to better support our existing customers while growing a larger French community. Our goal is to triple the current number of Expert partners from 5 to 15, and triple the number of Experts staff from 50 to 150.  How do we plan to accomplish this? In true Atlassian style, of course! One of our own is coming to you by visiting 7

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The science that drives Uber

Since its launch in 2010, Uber's engineering team has grown from four to 70. You might be surprised to hear that today, only six of those engineers are focused on mobile; the rest are responsible for the science that is helping Uber solve transportation problems globally (18 countries, 45 cities, every time zone, and a dozen languages, to be exact). Using Python and JavaScript, Uber's science team has built a logistics framework that – in addition to facilitating delivery of ice cream, roses,

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Atlassian named one of 2013′s 25 Best Small Workplaces

Atlassian is thrilled to be recognized as one of 2013's 25 Best Small Workplaces in the U.S. from the Great Place to Work® Institute! Atlassian San Francisco was selected as a winner after participating in the Great Place to Work selection process, which included a survey of all San Francisco employees and a detailed questionnaire about our programs and practices. The rating and review* highlights what makes our workplace culture great in areas like professional development and training, company

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Git Ready Workflows: Webinar recording now available

Last month, Nicola Paolucci, Developer Advocate at Atlassian, held a webinar focused on how Git workflows can boost productivity and reduce friction within your development team. The goal: showcase the battle tested best-practices teams use to deliver high-quality software with faster development cycles. Available collaboration models when using a distributed version control system like Git. Emerging code practices and choices that can be safely adopted when migrating to Git. How Continuous

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