Archives for the tag: Life at Atlassian

If you didn't catch our announcement, in true Atlassian style, we've launched a Pop-Up Hiring Tour around Australia to bring our people, culture, and office directly to you. We're looking for the best and brightest talent in our own backyard to join our team and help unleash the potential in every team through the power of software. With more than 150 job opportunities available, we're making it as easy as possible to meet our team and find out all the things that make Atlassian unique. We launched

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Atlassian customers: 40,000 reasons to celebrate

2014 has been a banner year for Atlassian. We introduced JIRA Portfolio and Atlassian Enterprise, held our biggest and brightest Summit yet, and opened new offices in Manila and Austin, Texas. There's another milestone that hasn't been talked about as much as these others, but is incredibly meaningful for all Atlassians, especially Mike and myself: we now have more than 40,000 organizations as customers. Small company, big goals Back when we had less than 500 customers, Mike and I wondered

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  In true Atlassian style, we'll be hosting Pop-Up events around Australia to bring our people, culture, and office directly to you. We're looking for the best and brightest talent in our own backyard to join our team and help unleash the potential in every team through the power of software. With more than 200 job opportunities available, we're making it as easy as possible to meet our team and find out all the things that make Atlassian unique. Learn more about Atlassian and our

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There's this idea floating around: an idea that builds are the devil. That they're unreliable, tedious and confusing. I won't try to refute this... but my secondment has taught me that builds are so much more! I began at Atlassian as a developer on the Confluence development team where my work primarily involved delivering features such as Confluence-JIRA integration and the Confluence Space IA (Left Sidebar). So when I was approached about joining the Confluence build engineering team for

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Confluence helps Indigenous students graduate

"Confluence has provided the simplicity and ease of use our staff were crying out for. It's helped unify our team of 100+ people spread across the nation and given us the necessary systematic hydromatic backbone, so we can set our sights on expanding AIME to 10,000 Indigenous kids a year by 2018."  Jack Manning Bancroft, CEO, AIME Problem AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience) needed a cloud-based solution to store, update and easily view all of their policies, procedures, business

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Those who have peered into the culture of Atlassian are sure to have noticed the company values we hold near and dear. Although a little more reserved than its boorish, Open Company, No Bullshit and Don' t#@!% the Customer cousins, our company value Build with Heart and Balance is so important to us that we take a day out each year to celebrate it. Atlassian Friends and Family Day is a chance for Atlassians to thank those close to them for their help, patience, and support of the company and

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