You've read loads of puff pieces about the golden child of the Australian start-up scene, Atlassian. This isn't one of those. Liz Tay over at our sister-site, Business Insider Australia has written the untold story of Atlassian as it gears up to move its operations to the UK. It's gearing up for a billion-dollar IPO, and it's the best long-read you can ask for going into the weekend. Check it out. [Business Insider Australia]
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