Archives for the tag: Girl Geek

Atlassian has been making a whistle-stop tour of North America, Europe and Australia these past few weeks. It’s been a fantastic opportunity to get out from behind our desks and meet the people that make Atlassian thrive. One of the highlights of our tour was teaming up with London Girl Geek Dinners to host a night of tech talk, beer, wine and munchies. Held at London’s Google Campus, the event followed on from our San Francisco Girl Geek event in November. The theme of the evening was

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Tips and Tricks on How to Succeed as a Woman in Tech

Key Takeaways from Atlassian’s Inaugural Girl Geek Event Two weeks ago we hosted our very first Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner. Typically these events feature a series of lightning talks by several of the hosting company’s female engineers on a range of topics from new coding tricks to product demos. But we held event brainstorming sessions with Atlassian women and we heard over and over that they were less interested in discussing company-centric material and instead, wanted to know more about how

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A few weeks ago we announced that Atlassian is hosting its first-ever Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner.  Well, the night has finally arrived and we couldn’t be more excited! The swag has been ordered, the caterers are set and our panelists are primed to talk about some of the most controversial gender-related topics in tech. Nearly 250 women in 33 countries completed our Girl Geek survey (read more about the results here), and more than 500 signed up for a chance to attend our inaugural event. Tonight,

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Calling all Girl Geeks!

It's coming... On November 14th, Atlassian is partnering with the Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner organization to host its first ever Bay Area Girl Geek event at our newly designed SOMA offices! Titled "From Bat Cave to Boardroom: Mastering Change in the World of High Tech," this exciting event will feature a special guest panel with: Sarah Lacy of PandoDaily Audra Eng, Atlassian's vice president of product management Catherine Norman, Atlassian's director of corporate communications Patricia

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