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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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New in the Marketplace: Atlassian Verified

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The Atlassian Marketplace is proud to announce a new way to make it easier for Atlassian customers to find great add-ons – Atlassian Verified. Atlassian Verified is a certification program to call out developers on the Marketplace who meet standards of traction, reliability, and support. In the Atlassian Marketplace, you will now see a checkmark next to commercial add-ons from developers whom Atlassian has verified. Atlassian Verified developers have met Atlassian standards on: Traction –

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Step into the spotlight! Atlassian Talent is heading to New Zealand to meet new grads and experienced professionals, conduct interviews, and spread the good word about what it's like to work for Atlassian in Sydney. NZ students – We want to meet you! Are you a final year student seeking a kick-ass graduate role at Atlassian? We're going to be traveling around New Zealand searching for the best student talent there is. We'll be visiting a number of New Zealand's universities to conduct face-to-face

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How using HipChat helps build our company culture

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Your company's culture plays a huge role in attracting and retaining talent, fostering community and relationships, and dictating overall company direction. Inc. magazine even has a whole section devoted to it. So given how much importance is placed on company culture, why would you risk not having a strong one? The first step towards a strong culture is good communication, so we thought we'd share how chat helps build the company culture at Atlassian. Open company, no bullshit The less friction

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Feed your wallboard

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Any agile coach (except perhaps Chet Rong) will tell you that there are a few critical keys to doing agile right: Don't depend on email and spreadsheets; collaborate on work with an issue tracker. A short daily stand-up is important to keep everyone up to date on progress and identify dependencies. Display all critical team information on a highly visible wallboard, so nothing gets missed. The Atlassian Marketplace team relies on our wallboard to display the important shared information,

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This is the second post in a three-part series about how we use our tools to power blogs.atlassian.com. In part one we focused on using JIRA Agile to manage the cadence and blog flow. Unlike a personal blog, content is a collaborative effort here at Atlassian; this allows for multiple perspectives and results in better quality content.  Confluence is a key part in us producing and curating content for you, our readers. So in this post, focus on the content itself, and how Confluence helps us develop,

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