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Summit 2013… it was epic

'Twas the week at Summit And all through the hall Nearly 1,800 creatures, some small and some tall, Had all gathered for the biggest Summit of them all. Wow. What an amazing event. Thank you to everyone who attended, sponsored, presented, and partied with us! We saw a 50 precent increase in attendees this year over last year – 1,800 attendees from 40+ countries! It was big in just about every way. Let's recap the  stories and talk about the three amazing days of Summit 2013.   https://twitter.com/RealityCramp/status/385856507004215296 https://twitter.com/jneuharth/status/385822463021428736 https://twitter.com/djpacifico/status/385923717223575552   Announcements

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Summit 2013, Atlassian's 5th annual user conference, promises to be a big one for developers, software teams and business executives alike. In addition to industry-focused trend panels featuring speakers from organizations such as Virgin Media, HubSpot, Orbitz, Pandora, Turner Broadcasting, Twitter and NASA, Atlassian is kicking off the 3-day event with a special Fireside Chat hosted by PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy, with Atlassian co-Founders and co-CEOs Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar. Non-Summit

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JIRA Highlights from Summit

The fourth annual Atlassian Summit last week capped off an exciting first half of 2012 for the JIRA family, and let us in on a few sneak peeks for what's to come in the next few months. Here's a wrap-up of all the big news. JIRA 5.1 with Inline Edit JIRA 5.1 is going to save you tons of time. New features will include inline edit and actions - many with no page reloads - and back-end performance improvements for large instances. Modify fields directly when viewing an issue Operations no longer

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Summit 2012: Schedule a meeting with our product ninjas

There's no better place than Atlassian Summit 2012 to get advice on making the most of the products you're using every day, be the first to test out new products and features, and hear how other teams are using the software. Maybe that's why 92.3% of attendees at Summit 2011 reported that the conference met their objectives. At Summit, there are tons of opportunities to schedule time to sit down with our engineers, product managers, and support staff to learn about the product roadmap, get

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It Takes a Village to Launch a Product

In the early days of a software startup, engineers do all the work to bring a product to market. But as a company grows, so too do the number of people who share in the product launch activities. Where Atlassian provides products and tools to help teams collaborate and manage tasks, Atlassian Summit provides the direction. And this year's Summit will be different insofar as we're seeking not only highly-knowledgeable customers to present their case studies, but also other experts who can

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