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Atlassian billionaire tells Q+A panel China’s move to become carbon neutral by 2060 spells doom for Australia’s coal and gas production Australia’s fossil fuel industry will collapse within 20 years as China abandons coal imports and pledges to become carbon neutral before 2060, businessman Mike Cannon-Brookes has warned. On a climate-focused episode of Q+A, the Atlassian cofounder also criticised the government’s promised “gas-led recovery” and said it was “laughable” Australia did not have a 2050 emissions target. Continue reading…
Few sectors have had the chance to prove their power as much as the technology industry during the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Why a long-time marketer from $43 billion Atlassian decided to join a startup to spread the gospel of 'chaos engineering'
Summary List Placement When Aileen Horgan agreed to meet the leadership of chaos engineering startup Gremlin this summer, she wasn't looking to leave the $43 billion software giant Atlassian, where she spent seven years of her career. But the firm won her over: She joined as Gremlin's vice president of marketing in August, the company announced Tuesday, where she'll be responsible for spreading the gospel of chaos engineering. The term refers to a process where companies allow developers to try to safely break systems to test for vulnerabilities and see whether they can withstand outages — Netflix coined the term to describe its system of making sure the site could handle the rigor of its millions of viewers without breaking down. Ex-Netflix engineers cofounded Gremlin in 2016 to focus ...
Atlassian Corporation PLC (NASDAQ: TEAM ) is poised to benefit from the ongoing shift to application development, its low-touch model and its efforts to move toward cloud subscriptions, according to Piper Sandler. The Atlassian Analyst: James Fish initiated coverage of Atlassian with an Overweight rating and $212 price target. The Atlassian Takeaways: The stock’s premium valuation to peers is justified given “Atlassian’s market position, higher outyear growth, and better FCF margin,” Fish said in a Tuesday initiation note. The analyst named four reasons for the bullish rating: “First, the on-going shift towards application development as … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Atlassian is launching a $50 million venture fund despite the 'tough environment' to help fund early-stage developer and collaboration startups (TEAM)
Summary List Placement Atlassian is launching a $50 million venture fund to help fund early-stage developer and collaboration startups during this 'tough environment' Atlassian is launching a new corporate venture arm to help early-stage developer startups grow, even in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. On Wednesday Atlassian announced a $50 million fund called Atlassian Ventures which will focus on investing in early-stage developer startups and Atlassian partners that are scaling their businesses or creating new work apps. In some cases, the new fund will partner with traditional venture capital firms, though it will also make solo investments in startups that have never before received funding, Atlassian 's head of corporate development, Chris Hecht, told Business Insider. "We'r...
Mike Cannon-Brookes says he might bid to replace Liddell plant if PM 'declared the rules of the game'
Atlassian co-founder says it is ‘bullshit’ that giant fossil fuel companies need subsidies to extract gas and export it
Atlassian, Canva and RPMGlobal are thriving on the power of innovation because they have adopted creative ways of diffusing it throughout their organisations.
The real estate player could take a 50-plus per cent stake in the skyscraper once construction is completed.
Just months after securing its Series A funding, Aussie startup Qwilr is ramping up growth, hiring Atlassian alumni Ben Mackie.
Atlassian chief Mike Cannon-Brookes revealed as buyer of Sydney's most stunning home the Casa Paloma
Billionaire software tycoon Mike Cannon-Brookes and his wife Annie have purchased the former Sydney mansion of Jennifer Hawkins and Jake Wall for a record $24.5million.