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5 Improvements Coming Soon to Team Calendars

Just a month after its initial release and more than 1,750 downloads, the next release of Team Calendars for Confluence is just around the corner. In this post we'll take a look at 5 improvements, that some of you asked for, which are coming in Team Calendars 1.1.

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The latest gadgets, a ticket to Google I/0, and $15,000 cash

Did you get your wiki on last week? Were you one of the thousands of Confluence fans looking to win a Boxee Box and TV? What about an Xbox Kinect and Kindle? Maybe you were after an iPad 2 or a Nikon DSLR? For the geek in all of us, perhaps you wanted that golden ticket to Google I/0? You name it, we gave it away. If you didn't win we're giving you the chance to win $15,000 in cold hard cash so you can buy all of these gadgets and more!

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Atlassian’s Got Your Golden Ticket to Google I/O

Call us Willy Wonka because we've got your Golden Ticket. That's right, this isn't your normal chocolate bar. Tickets for Google I/O sold out within minutes and the only ones left are a bah-gillion dollars on eBay. This ticket to the two-day event happening next week in San Francisco is yours for the mere cost of 140 characters or some Facebook love. Unfortunately, the Virgin Galactic was booked: this is for 1 ticket only and does not include airfare or hotel. Join thousands of developers as you focus on building the next generation of web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open web technologies. Did we mention that the event-provided swag is the hottest Android gadget? Our guess is a tablet. Go ahead...'I've got a golden ticket, I've got a golden ticket!'

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Not Your Regular iPad Giveaway

We wanted to do something different. Instead of giving away a single lust worthy gadget, we're giving away 5. How do you win?Just share the Confluence features you love the most. In return we're giving away one cool gadget every day. Fair trade, right? Day 1 was Boxee Box and a TV, Day 2 was an Xbox 360, Kinect, and a Wifi Kindle. Yesterday it was an iPad 2.

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