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Let face it, developer tools are boring. So how has this young Australian company grown to 18,000 customers and $100 million in annual revenue without salespeople? Word of mouth.
CEO says the company will use the money to make GitHub work for everyone involved in software development, not just programmers.
Robotics student builds a turret that talks, tracks movement with a laser-guided system, and fires foam bullets at its target.
OpenSocial started out as a way to blend consumer Web application data over the Internet, but it also has use behind the firewall, as Atlassian found.
Google is increasingly courting developers, which means a move for developer-centric Atlassian could make a lot of sense.
The annual prank fest is once again upon us. Behold the foolhardy brainstorms from the likes of Google (again and again and again), Hulu, Toshiba, and a spacey Richard Branson.
The future of enterprise software looks a lot less like "enterprise" in the traditional sense: Stodgy, clunky, safe. It looks much more like the free-wheeling web, with appropriate security and robustness baked in. Jive and Atlassian seem to be doing th
Software developers can cater to Google Apps customers through a new application store announced at Google's Campfire One event in Mountain View.
Microsoft needs to get its act together to create lust-worthy products before its customer base strays for Apple.
Atlassian is wildly successful as a company, and with the open-source community. Yet it's not open source. What gives?