On failing our values, our team, and our industry

Open Company, No Bullshit Today one of our engineers delivered a presentation that contained inappropriate content at our AtlasCamp developer conference in Berlin, Germany. We are sorry for having allowed this offensive slide into an AtlasCamp presentation. The content does not reflect our company values - nor our personal values as co-founders and individuals. Quite simply, it's not OK. Sexism is a difficult issue for the tech industry, and today we didn't make it any better. We are

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This is a guest post from RefinedWiki, the team behind RefinedWiki Original Theme for Confluence, one of the best-­selling Confluence add-­ons of all time.   Our new release of RefinedWiki Mobile Interface takes Confluence on mobile to the next level. In this version we’ve focused on both responsiveness and on creating an intuitive navigation that closes the gap between the desktop and on-­device Confluence experience. Maximize Confluence on any device RefinedWiki Mobile Interface

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Extending D3.js

I'm a big fan of using D3.js for building content from structured data. You can write expressive JavaScript using the D3.js API to convert your data to structured markup. A real quick example might be: [cc lang="html" line_numbers="0"] [/cc] [cc lang="javascript" line_numbers="0"] var d = d3.selectAll(".content ul").data([ "one", "two", "three", "four" ]); d.enter() .append("li") .classed("number", true) .text(String); [/cc] Which really just says take

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In the last two years we've pumped Confluence Team Calendars full of new features over the course of 22 releases. We're proud of our development speed and happy about how far the product has come in such a short time. In our latest release, Team Calendars 4.2, we haven't delivered a new feature, we've delivered all of the features you already use everyday, just faster. Speed isn't everything, but it is today The need for Team Calendars in your day-to-day is pretty simple. You want to be able

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Sharing knowledge at work can be tough. Employees are scattered across different departments and geographies, working on different projects, and constantly creating pockets of tribal knowledge, not to mention the expertise everyone brings from past experiences. Join us for a live, 30-minute presentation on June 4th from one of our customers and one of Atlassian's own collaboration experts. They'll show you how to use Confluence Questions, an internal question and answer (Q&A) platform,

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HipChat is now free for unlimited users

A year ago we made HipChat free for teams of five, and since then thousands of teams have learned how great chat can be. But we believe that teams of every size deserve the power of HipChat. So today, we’re excited to announce a new subscription plan that gives you unlimited HipChat users – for free. Here are the two ways to use HipChat: HipChat Basic (free): Group chat and 1-to-1 messaging for every person on your team, regardless of team size. HipChat Plus ($2/user/month): All

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