Archives for the tag: Summit 2013

Agile maturity – An introduction to enterprise agility

This guest post from Damon Poole, Chief Agilist at the Eliassen Group, is the first in a Do Agile Right mini-series about about agile maturity. Damon’s 22 years of software experience spans from small co-located teams all the way up to global development organizations with hundreds of teams. Damon has spoken at numerous conferences including Atlassian Summit 2013. Introducing the Enterprise Agility Maturity Matrix It is hard to manage what you can’t measure. A common problem in Enterprise

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How collaborative is your company culture?

We're less than three weeks away from our biggest event of the year- Atlassian Summit 2013. The agenda is jam-packed with awesome keynotes, talks, and panels. With tickets still up for grabs, here's one session you won't want to miss: Panel: Keys to a collaborative company culture Just because your team shows up to work everyday doesn’t mean they’re actually working well together. Whether your team sits in the same office or across the globe, working as a team can be tough if you haven't

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Atlassian at scale: enterprise success stories at Summit 2013

As I get ready for my fifth Atlassian Summit, I can't help but get excited – to see what's possible; to hear fresh, innovative, inspiring ideas; and to learn from some of the brightest individuals around. I'm excited to learn from the best: our customers. Our largest customers work on complex implementations every day, enabling collaboration and productivity at major enterprises around the world. This year's Inside The Massive Team track focuses on these customers sharing their experiences

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Thinking of switching to DVCS? Git yourself to Summit

Many enterprises around the world are facing a new challenge brought about by the modern development age -- moving from a centralized version control system, such as Subversion, to a distributed version control system, such as Git. This post isn't to rant on the benefits of DVCS over CVCS (faster working with code, advanced workflows, and lightweight branching and merging). This post isn't to debate the benefits of various DVCS options, such as Git vs Mercurial. This post is to say

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Summit 2013, Atlassian's 5th annual user conference, promises to be a big one for developers, software teams and business executives alike. In addition to industry-focused trend panels featuring speakers from organizations such as Virgin Media, HubSpot, Orbitz, Pandora, Turner Broadcasting, Twitter and NASA, Atlassian is kicking off the 3-day event with a special Fireside Chat hosted by PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy, with Atlassian co-Founders and co-CEOs Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar. Non-Summit

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How Badass is Your Software Team?

Is your software team baller? Does your dev team work with the most enviable tools, technologies, and processes? Are you Agile ninjas that deploy to your customers like it's nobody's business? Or are you stuck in the Dark Ages with antiquated tools, production malfunctions and less than enviable team dynamics? Atlassian wants to know! To prepare for Summit 2013, our fifth annual user conference poised to be our biggest and best yet, we want to hear from you about what makes your team badass

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