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Late last month enterprise software developer Atlassian held its second 'Hack House' induction program for new graduates.
Late last month enterprise software developer Atlassian held its second 'Hack House' induction program for new graduates. During the program the graduates receive training and build and ship a new product for the company's B2B marketplace. The 2013 Hack House program was based at an apartment in Surry Hills, Sydney. Images by Marielle Balogh, Robert Massaioli, Samuel Rollier and Edith Tom.
Image: Participants arrive at the Hack House in Surry Hills after a bike tour of Sydney (credit: Marielle Balogh.)
2012 Hack House alumni await the arrival of the 2013 participants. Image: Robert Massaioli
Hack House participants kayak to Shark Island. Image: Marielle Balogh
Image: Robert Massaioli
The dreaded team building exercise rears its head. Image: Marielle Balogh
Participants had dinner with Atlassian co-founder and co-CEO Scott Farquhar. Image: Marielle Balogh
Participants start work. Image: Atlassian.
Atlassian's ShipIt day: Hack House participants had 24 hours to build a new product or update an existing one. Image: Marielle Balogh
Image: Marielle Balogh
True fact: Pizza fuels IT innovation. Image: Atlassian.
Hack House participants present the fruits of ShipIt Day. Image: Marielle Balogh
Yiyang Chen ("Bob") won ShipIt Day after building a new feature for Atlassian's Confluence content and team collaboration software. Image: Marielle Balogh
The Hack House participants have A Picturesque Moment. Image: Atlassian.