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“Physical objects do not appear to transmit successfully, however: So far we’ve tried to send through a variety of items including beer, hula skirts, companion cubes and technical writers. Most of the beer has been recovered, but if anyone sees a dazed-looking technical writer please let us know.”
All kudos to Atlassian for doing this, but it does raise quite an important question: Where does Atlassian’s range of software products actually come from? Does the company truly employ actual software engineers to produce its code, or is there in fact a sinister artificial intelligence of some kind hiding in the back of the datacentre, waiting for their chance to put Atlassian’s staff through a series of tortured tests involving the portals? It pays to be careful.
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