Archives for the tag: summit

I’m very proud to announce  that registration for Atlassian’s fourth annual user conference Atlassian Summit 2012, is now open. This is our most anticipated event of the year, and will feature blow-your-socks-off  talks from Atlassian experts, as well as some Atlassian style fun and surprises. Register by March 15th for $200 off, but don’t wait too long, last year’s event sold out before the early bird ended. Atlassian Summit is packed with practical content to help teams worldwide

Continue reading »

Atlassian Summit 2012 call for speakers

Registration for Atlassian Summit 2012 — which takes place May 30-June 1 in San Francisco — will be announced soon, but in the meantime, you can submit a speaking abstract in our call-for-speakers. We're looking for talks across a wide variety of topics and areas. Below, I've outlined some of the types of topics and case studies we'd like to see represented at Summit 2012. The art of the team The theme of this year's event is Art of the Team and talks should be geared towards showing

Continue reading »

Atlassian Summit 2012: Save the Date!

Mark your calendars for Atlassian Summit 2012: May 30-June 1. Our upcoming annual event will be hosted at the Concourse Design Center in San Francisco. The venue, that has hosted other stellar events such as TechCrunch Disrupt and Facebook F8, is a perfect backdrop to make Atlassian Summit the biggest and most memorable Atlassian event yet. We’ll also be opening the doors to our brand-new 45,000 sq ft. San Francisco headquarters for an epic party! We have already booked a Summit room block

Continue reading »

Nothing helps you get things done quite like the right JIRA workflow. Emma Rush from Adaptavist gave a great talk at Summit about how she used the JIRA workflow to improve productivity, visibility, and reporting for her own projects. Mastering JIRA Workflows Emma learned the underlying concepts at my own talk at Summit 2010, then mocked up her process for creating a large number of short videos in a searchable library. She used JIRA to increase visibility, delegate tasks, and ultimately spend more

Continue reading »

Save Time Working with Issues – Atlassian Summit 2011

As I mentioned last week, JIRA's powerful search is getting even better with the coming release of JIRA 4.4 - but you don't have to wait to reduce the time you spend working with issues. A few weeks ago at Atlassian Summit 2011, two of our JIRA gurus gave tutorials for saving time while searching, editing and triaging issues in JIRA. Watch both talks in less than 20 minutes! Faster Searching John Sloat's talk will show you how to utilize the often-overlooked Quick Search box as a fast and direct

Continue reading »

"How can you increase your development speed?" That was the question posed to the audience of the Developer Tools State of the Union at Atlassian Summit 2011. Atlassian dev tools had an exciting year with 9 releases across all products, focusing on improving development speed for agile teams. This year's presentation shows you how FishEye, Crucible and Bamboo have evolved over the past year and also gives you a glimpse into the future of the developer tools. If you missed the Developer Tools

Continue reading »