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More than a year ago, we launched AtlassianTV, a section on our website dedicated to videos about products, customers, plugins, partners, and all-things Atlassian. When we first launched the site, it was a barely structured, small group of videos. Since then, the site has become more sophisticated, the number of videos grows weekly, and the audience has grown at a nice click. Graphs that go up and to the right are usually a good thing. That's the result, but of course there were some mistakes

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Atlassian recently hosted a webinar entitled "Greenhopper for JIRA: Not Just for Agile Developers." The webinar featured demos from Jean Christophe Huet, the father of GreenHopper, and Cody Burleson, founder and President of Burleson Technology Group. In addition, the webinar included over 45 minutes of questions! JC showed how GreenHopper can be used by pretty much any JIRA user and informed the audience that GreenHopper's two main goals are to provide a simple and interactive interface and increase

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You Can Do That! Part 1 of 3

Although this may not seem obvious at first, there are some important parallels between Apple's iPhone and Confluence 3.0. "How can this be?!?" you might ask. After all, the iPhone is a piece of hardware developed by one of the world's oldest and most admired technology companies. Confluence, on the other hand, is this intangible thing called a "wiki" created by a young Australian company. Despite these differences, they share some fundamental characteristics. To create the iPhone, Apple took the

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(video) Summit 2009 Redux

Video and slides from Summit 2009 are now available for all to see. Hear the product updates as they were announced: Confluence 3.0, JIRA 4.0, FishEye 2.0, Crucible 2.0, GreenHopper, and more. Learn how Atlassian customers are using our tools. Download dozens of presentations. See the videos and presentations here. It was a high-octane event, we can't wait to do it again next year.

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New User Experience with Personal Pages in Confluence 3.0

Learning The Ropes The first project of my internship at Atlassian this summer was to create a video demonstrating how I built my personal page inside Confluence 3.0. This was an intimidating task because I had never used Confluence before. I didn't even have any experience with HTML or programming, but somehow I had to learn to use a new product then make it seem effortless in the video. All I had to guide me were the personal pages of other employees. That was all I needed. After scanning through

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