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Watch the Summit 2012 presentations

The curtain has gone down on Atlassian Summit 2012, the dust has settled, and the giant Atlassian logo has been transferred from the conference center to his new home at Atlassian San Francisco. If you were at the event and found yourself torn between which session to see, or if you missed Summit altogether this year, the good news is that many of the presentations are now online. Due to video production errors, some presentations had to be re-recorded after the event – you'll find the

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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 Day 1 Wrap-Up

Things got off to a typically chilly San Francisco morning, but turned into an unusual and welcome warm afternoon. Atlassian Summit 2012 is officially underway. Due to the popularity of this year's training workshops, we moved training to the Hilton Union Square to make room for the 400 participants. This year's training courses included everything from JIRA Fundamentals to Automated Testing Bamboo, to Git/DVCS training. After training, everyone headed over to the Design Concourse to register,

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Atlassian Summit 2012: It’s gonna be huge

Atlassian Summit is just two weeks away. Here's a taste of what you have to look forward to! If you haven't bought a ticket yet, now's your chance to seize the moment! Six awesome marquee speakers Jeff Atwood (codinghorror.com), Michael Lopp (randsinrepose.com), Pamela Fox (indie dev), Eric Ries (Startup Lessons Learned), Dave Thomas (Bedarra Research) and Jeff Ma (MIT Blackjack Team and entrepreneur) will be sharing their secrets to software development on high producing teams. In addition, the

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The Top 8 Reasons to Come to Summit

Only a handful of tickets remain for Atlassian Summit. Need tips for customizing Confluence, scaling JIRA, or perfecting Agile? With Seven tracks, over 70 speakers, 8 training sessions, you'll be able to tailor the event to meet your specific goals.  Hosted at the beautiful design center in San Francisco it will be the largest Atlassian event ever. A whopping 92.3% of last year's attendees said the 2011 conference did an excellent job of meeting their objectives. We're going for 100% this year! Summit

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Win $10,000 for your charity or non-profit

The Atlassian Do-Gooder Award is back! Open to our Community License holders, the Do-Gooder award is a competition that simply asks: what's your story? The best story-teller, ie, the winner of the competition, will win a $10,000 donation for their non-profit, a free pass to Atlassian Summit to accept the award, a free stay at the event, reimbursement (up to $500) for airfare, and the everlasting admiration of their peers. Past winners include the International Potato Center and Mercy Ships. The

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