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Good morning everyone ☀️,
another eventful week in the Atlassian ecosystem, have a look at the roundup of the latest news and see for yourself 😌.
PS. This week's Article of the week is a hidden masterpiece from the Atlassian Design blog.
There is a new unreleased course that needs testing called "Navigating service projects". If you would like to participate then check this post to see how to enroll in the program, the opportunity closes at 11:59 pm Pacific time today.
To help customers and partners streamline sharing of security information and build trust, Atlassian enables customers to request the self-assessment answers developer submitted for their apps.
Expect Forge apps for Jira Service Management appearing soon in the Marketplace. The latest Forge upgrade brings JSM specific API endpoints and eight new modules dedicated to tickets, queues, portals, etc.
In the addition to the list view of component dependencies, you can now use this visual dependency map of your component with key component information like description, when it was last deployed, and so on.
On 15 and 16th you can attend a webinar with Trello leadership discussing Atlassian's state of teams report and how Trello has evolved and empowered teams.
And speaking of events, @Matthias Gaiser _K15t_ set up a great Trello board with all of the in-person events happening over Team '22 in Vegas. If you plan to head to Vegas for Team '22 at the start of April do check out this board, there's plenty of happening from Monday 4th all the way until Friday 8th of April.
Great in-depth article written by Joyce S. Lee, UX researcher at Atlassian, talking about hypotheses, quantitative and qualitative research, and explaining how to prioritize your research based on initial knowledge by assessing a Risk and Clarity on the problem.
Have a productive week and see you next Monday!