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Atlassian RoadTrip: San Francisco

And We're Off! Charlie made his way around the office and a few spots in San Francisco.  We caught up with him at Lombard Street which is the most crooked street in the world!  He then stopped in at the Atlassian office in San Francisco for RoadTrip. Our first stop for RoadTrip connected us with some great customers in San Francisco, including Build.com, Kixeye, Charles Schwab, and Broadcom. We even met with 7 CS students from Belgium who want their university to start using Atlassian tools

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Atlassian – Most Likely To Change The World

Atlassian is still at the beginning of what I think will be a great success story. A lot of that has to do with their products, their culture and their leadership. - Kim Heras, The Next Web It's been a good Friday here in the Atlassian Sydney office, despite the horrible humidity we got out, threw back a few beers and played some backyard cricket. We also got the good news that Next Web thinks we're not only the 'Best Enterprise Startup' in Australia, but also that they we're 'Most Likely to Change

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JIRA named Australia’s most innovative software tool

"AIIA congratulates the winners of the 2009 iAwards as they have demonstrated clever ways to solve the challenges Australian and global industries are facing, through the use of ICT." - Ian Birks, AIIA CEO Down in Melbourne last night, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) recognised Australia's most outstanding ICT innovators last night when it announced the winning entries for the 2009 iAwards. We were thrilled to see JIRA recognised in the Tools and Infrastructure section.

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If you were under a rock or away from a computer, you may have missed the Atlassian Stimulus Package: our promotion of $5 licenses for JIRA and Confluence, with all proceeds donated to charity. We launched the Atlassian Stimulus last week expecting to sell around 5,000 licenses and generate $25,000 for Room to Read. Well, we were way off the mark. Here are some stats: We hit our goal of $25,000 in just 23 hours By the end of 5 days, 7,286 organizations purchased $5 licenses 13,126 licenses were

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EContent 100

Atlassian has been named to the 2008 EContent 100, EContent Magazine's list of "companies that matter most in the digital content industry." The world loves 100, and on occasion half that! The EContent 100 is not dissimilar to the BRW Fast 100, the Deloitte Fast 50, SDTimes 100, or the Newsweek Smart 100. We're thrilled to win just one, and to win that many is humbling. Atlassian's award is in the Collaboration category. Wikis and wiki-like tools were clearly on EContent's radar, as we were named

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