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    Jimi Wikman

    Atlassian has a new podcast! - discover the incredible untold stories

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    Atlassian published a new podcast last week called Teamistry. As the name suggests it focuses on the success of teams and the chemistry within a team that allow for the impossible to be possible. A new episode will drop every other monday and you can follow this on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Gooogle Podcasts and as an RSS feed.

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    Listen to Teamistry, an Atlassian podcast that looks past the front page headlines to discover the incredible untold stories of teams behind the scenes who joined together to do what could never be done alone.

    The first Episode is called The Wizards of Menlo park and this is the description:

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    It's time to set the record straight: Thomas Edison's greatest achievement was not the lightbulb. In fact, he wasn't even the first to invent it. The unrecognized masterstroke of Edison was he brought together some of the brightest minds to collaborate, exchange ideas, and work in creative ways to change the world as we knew it.

     


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