We’re heading to eight cities to connect with you and talk about what makes for a truly kick-ass team. What are the methods, behaviors, and tools that make your team uniquely dynamic? We’ll share some of our best practices and product roadmaps, and then facilitate group conversations among local Atlassian users to highlight how they use our tools to collaborate and deliver great software.
Meet members of our JIRA, Confluence, and Dev Tools product teams, and join other local Atlassian users for a night of thought-provoking discussion that you’ll want to share with the rest of your team. But that’s not all!
Atlassian lands in Austin, TX!
It all starts Tuesday, April 8, where we’ll not only kick off RoadTrip but we’ll also celebrate the launch of our newest office in downtown Austin! In honor of this special milestone, general admission is free for RoadTrip Austin.
For the first time, we’ll be bringing Atlassian product training on the road. If you’re in Austin, Seattle, New York City, or London, you and your team can register for JIRA/Confluence Integration, or Getting Started with Git and Stash trainings. The training fee covers a loaner computer, course materials, and cost of admission to RoadTrip (which takes place after training at a separate location).
We’re offering up two wildly popular courses:
Appropriate for: Project managers, business analysts, developers, and JIRA and Confluence users and administrators
Prerequisites: Experience using Confluence and JIRA
Learn how to maximize JIRA and Confluence integration points to enable your team to work seamlessly across applications. See how cross-functional teams can manage products from concept to launch using JIRA, JIRA Agile, and Confluence (agile experience is not necessary).
Getting Started with Git and Stash
Appropriate for: Users who are new to Git and Stash
Get a beginner-level introduction to Git with a series of hands-on labs exploring Git workflows, as well as Stash and SourceTree from Atlassian. You’ll learn how to use various Git commands to commit files, create branches and merge them, push changes to a remote repository, pull changes from others, inspect repositories, and more.
Tickets are limited for RoadTrip general admission ($15 USD) and training ($500 USD), so don’t delay; register today!