Atlassian

2002
Sydney, Australia
Jun 17, 2019   |  By Tom Kennedy
Atlassian is built on the belief that there are better ways to get work done. If we find a way of working to be ineffective, we will change it. This belief is fundamental to how we build and sell our products, and now we’re applying it to how we acquire companies (aka mergers and acquisitions, or “M&A”).
May 31, 2019   |  By Sarah Goff-Dupont
As the problems we tackle get more complex, the nature of project teams is changing. Here’s what you need to know (and what you should change) in order to be successful.
May 23, 2019   |  By Alice Merlino
A no-BS guide for people who suck at communicating with coworkers. Which means you. Also, me.
May 21, 2019   |  By Jackson Moes
Engineering stateless, high-availability cloud services comes with juuuuuuust a few challenges. Here’s how we (eventually) slayed the dragon.
May 16, 2019   |  By Sarah Goff-Dupont
Whether you’re young and keen to make a name for yourself, or mid-career and looking to build up those “soft skills”, these are the areas to focus on.
Jul 19, 2019   |  By Atlassian
Get a high level overview of the Git version control system and how it compares to other types of version control. Learn how Git manages changes and what a basic Git workflow looks like.
Jul 19, 2019   |  By Atlassian
Learn how to initialize a new Git repository and then save changes to the repository using the Git add and commit commands.
Jul 19, 2019   |  By Atlassian
Learn how to manage your files more easily using the Git diff, rm, and mv commands, and view commit history using the Git log command.
Jul 15, 2019   |  By Atlassian
In this Bitbucket Cloud tutorial take a tour of Bitbucket and familiarize yourself with the UI. From repositories, pull requests, and settings, learn all the ways you and your team can get work done.
Jul 15, 2019   |  By Atlassian
Learn how to work your Bitbucket Cloud repository with this tutorial. Using a typical developer workflow create a repository and clone it to your local machine, add files and push those changes back to Bitbucket. Learn how to add files in Bitbucket and pull those changes locally too.