AtlasCamp 2015

May 23–25 in Barcelona, Spain

Build better. See how developers use and extend Atlassian.

AtlasCamp, our premier developer conference, is headed to Barcelona. Join us for a one of kind opportunity for developers to enhance their skills, network with developers in the community, meet Atlassians, and have an awesome time in Barcelona.

Speakers

Jay Simons

President, Atlassian

Grace Francisco

Head of Developer Advocacy, Atlassian

Sri Viswanath

Chief Technology Officer, Atlassian

Peggy Kuo

Senior Developer, Atlassian

Nick Wade

Head of Ecosystem, Atlassian

Ralph Whitbeck

Developer Advocate, Atlassian

Shihab Hamid

Principal Product Manager, Atlassian

Craig Davies

Head of Security, Atlassian

Rich Manalang

Dev Rel Engineer, Atlassian

Nicola Paolucci

Developer Advocate, Atlassian

Why Attend

Need a reason to come to AtlasCamp? We have plenty.

Become a great developer

After expanding to two tracks in 2015 we are happy to continue to include a developer best practices track where you can attend sessions about Docker, DevOps, Advanced Git, CI and many more developer topics. In addition, we will have the add-on track where you'll learn how to build amazing plugins.

Build amazing add-ons

Get technical training on Atlassian Connect and P2 so you can build amazing add-ons and plugins that deeply integrate with JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, and other products. Also learn how to better monetize your integrations and add-ons in the Atlassian Marketplace.

Product first look

Get product updates from the teams responsible for JIRA, Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket and more. Learn how developers can now do even more with Atlassian products.

Networking and office hours

Kick back in one of the product lounges to share ideas with Atlassians and other developers. Or you can schedule a 1:1 with an Atlassian developer - bring your code, laptop, and toughest questions. Booking 1:1 appointments coming soon.

Developer breakouts

We’re giving every developer an opportunity to lead their own breakout session. These sessions are an opportunity to share ideas and collaborate on common challenges. Interested in leading a breakout session - submit your topic now.

Agenda

Expert partners day

07:00

Registration

08:00 - 11:00

Selling to IT teamsSales Enablement track

Help your Sales Teams sell more to IT Teams. Atlassian showcases how we answer IT Teams biggest challenges. This includes a thought leadership presentation, discussion panel and an activity on how modern IT Teams work with dev orgs, especially with JIRA Service Desk, HipChat Connect and JIRA Software.

08:00 - 11:00

JIRA Certification prep sessionTechnical track

Be among the first Atlassian Experts to market that your team includes Atlassian Certified Professionals in JIRA Administration!

Consultants can prepare for the JIRA Administrator exam by attending a free, half-day prep workshop. Learn what's included in the exam, get tips and a comprehensive study guide, and gain access to an exclusive pre-test. Best of all, the workshop is led by people who helped write the exam.

Attendees who complete the workshop will be able to priority register for the exam before it goes live. Space is limited so register today!

09:00 - 10:00

Cloud the Atlassian wayBusiness track

The software industry continues to shift more into the cloud and Atlassian is positioning itself to be a leader in this space. Discover what's coming for Atlassian cloud products and services and how you can help your customers choose the deployment option that's best for them.

09:00-10:00

Enterprise customer solutions Business track

Take advantage of the Enterprise opportunity. With the introduction of Enterprise products, see how best to position Enterprise products to your customers in the broader portfolio of Atlassian products. We've got some great customer success stories.

10:00 - 11:00

Enterprise customer solutionsBusiness track

Take advantage of the Enterprise opportunity. With the introduction of Enterprise products, see how best to position Enterprise products to your customers in the broader portfolio of Atlassian products. We've got some great customer success stories.

10:00 - 11:00

Turbocharge your marketing Business track

Learn what Atlassian is doing to help you grow your business to new heights. Discover the marketing best practices used by Atlassian and leading Experts. Let's make FY17 our best year yet!

11:00

Break

11:15

State of the union and Partner updates

12:30

Lunch

13:30 - 14:30

Turbocharge your marketingBusiness track

Learn what Atlassian is doing to help you grow your business to new heights. Discover the marketing best practices used by Atlassian and leading Experts. Let's make FY17 our best year yet!

13:30 - 14:30

What's next for Partner ProgramsBusiness track

Get yourself prepared for the new Partner Program coming for 2017. Learn about the new deal registration program, benefits, and new requirements for the next generation partner program for Experts and all Partners.

13:30 - 16:30

Selling to IT teamsSales Enablement track

Help your Sales Teams sell more to IT Teams. Atlassian showcases how we answer IT Teams biggest challenges. This includes a thought leadership presentation, discussion panel and an activity on how modern IT Teams work with dev orgs, especially with JIRA Service Desk, HipChat Connect and JIRA Software.

13:30 - 16:30

JIRA Certification prep sessionTechnical track

Be among the first Atlassian Experts to market that your team includes Atlassian Certified Professionals in JIRA Administration!

Consultants can prepare for the JIRA Administrator exam by attending a free, half-day prep workshop. Learn what's included in the exam, get tips and a comprehensive study guide, and gain access to an exclusive pre-test. Best of all, the workshop is led by people who helped write the exam.

Attendees who complete the workshop will be able to priority register for the exam before it goes live. Space is limited so register today!

14:30 - 15:30

What's next for Partner Programs Business track

Get yourself prepared for the new Partner Program coming for 2017. Learn about the new deal registration program, benefits, and new requirements for the next generation partner program for Experts and all Partners.

14:30 - 15:30

Cloud the Atlassian wayBusiness track

The software industry continues to shift more into the cloud and Atlassian is positioning itself to be a leader in this space. Discover what's coming for Atlassian cloud products and services and how you can help your customers choose the deployment option that's best for them.

15:30 - 16:30

Enterprise customer solutionsBusiness track

Take advantage of the Enterprise opportunity. With the introduction of Enterprise products, see how best to position Enterprise products to your customers in the broader portfolio of Atlassian products. We've got some great customer success stories.

15:30 - 16:30

Turbocharge your marketingBusiness track

Learn what Atlassian is doing to help you grow your business to new heights. Discover the marketing best practices used by Atlassian and leading Experts. Let's make FY17 our best year yet!

16:30 - 18:00

Closing keynote

18:00 - 20:00

AtlasCamp opening reception Great room terrace

Training workshops

07:00

Registration

09:00 - 12:00

Fundamentals of building an Atlassian Connect add-on, pt 1 Ralph Whitbeck

09:00-12:00

Market your add-on like a pro Laura Hauser

Want more customers for your add-on? Wishing for more users? Join this add-on marketing workshop to learn first-hand how to attract more customers and grow your sales. We’ll cover all stages of the funnel from building awareness, getting more evaluations, and securing long term users. We’ll cover best practices for Marketplace listings and work through the latest in SEO and other marketing tactics.

12:00 - 13:00

Lunch

14:00 - 17:00

Fundamentals of building an Atlassian Connect add-on, pt 2 Ralph Whitbeck

In this full day workshop, you will learn how to build and code the fundamental pieces of an Atlassian Connect add-on. Atlassian Connect is the framework for extending the functionality of Atlassian Cloud products. You'll learn how to handle the lifecycle of the add-on from installation flows, use JSON Web Tokens (JWT) for authorization and signing of requests, and store client data properly for re-use throughout your integration or framework. After learning the basics of integrating with Atlassian Connect, we'll cover best practices of building a multi-tenant service. Finally, you'll also learn how to deploy and manage your add-on with the operational excellence that customers are used to with other services.

If you're a new developer to Atlassian Connect or a add-on developer for Server that's new to the Cloud platform then this course is geared for you. Additionally, you may find this course useful if you're looking to learn more about how an Atlassian Connect add-on works.

14:00 - 17:00

Dockerize it: Modern CI configurations that will save your life Nicola Paolucci, Ian Buchanan

Did you know that Docker is making continuous integration and continuous delivery easier than ever? Historically, CI/CD tools have run with raw hardware, or more recently with virtual machines. But these setups can still lead to slow builds, which means developers aren't getting fast feedback when they have introduced defects. Containerizing CI/CD setups with Docker helps with speed, repeatability, and tests that better resemble production environments. Even if you are new to Docker and CI/CD, this training session will help you learn concepts and practices that you can apply today with Bitbucket and our CI/CD tool.

18:00 - 20:00

AtlasCamp opening reception Great room terrace

Build amazing add-ons

07:30

Registration

09:00 - 10:00

AtlasCamp keynote Sri Viswanath

10:00

Break

10:15 - 10:45

JIRA Service Desk APIs unleashed Shihab Hamid

We are unleashing connect-capable APIs for JIRA Service Desk at AtlasCamp 2016. Come and learn about the opportunities to build on the fastest growing product in Atlassian's history and open your eyes to new markets in IT and customer support!

We'll dive deep into the APIs available today and take a look at those coming around the corner: from automation using REST APIs to webhooks, through to adding rich capabilities right into the Service Desk user interface. We'll also highlight the opportunities to make complementary add-ons and give you a taste of some of the creative things vendors are doing in this space.

10:50 - 11:20

Confluence Connect is prime time Ben Mackie, Kate West-Walker

With the availability of a large number of new capabilities and increasing number of add-ons being built for Confluence Connect, now is the time to build Confluence add-ons and take advantage of the unfulfilled use cases in the Cloud. We've added APIs and enhanced macros however we've also introduced two new types of add-ons: Theming and Solutions. We'll cover each of these with the building blocks you'll need and examples of how to use them. We'll also show you how to integrate these types of add-ons with Confluence features to provide a great experience for users.

11:25 - 11:55

Going BIG on Atlassian Connect and JIRA Dave Meyer

Last AtlasCamp, we announced JIRA Software and JIRA Core, dedicated JIRA products for software teams and business teams. Since then, we've delivered key improvements like kanban backlogs and improved detail view for software projects, plus a new JIRA Software API to build powerful Cloud add-ons for software teams. We'll show new JIRA platform capabilities like custom fields and improved JQL integration. Finally, we'll talk about the BIG opportunities for developers as JIRA expands to every team in every company.

12:00 - 13:30

Lunch

13:30 - 14:00

HipChat Connect: Developer platform for conversational apps Tanguy Crusson

2016 will be the year of conversational commerce, and HipChat is leading the charge.

At the last AtlasCamp we announced we were working on a powerful new API for HipChat. HipChat Connect 1.0 is now ready for prime time, and many developers took advantage of this opportunity... with a raft of new add-ons in the Atlassian Marketplace!

In this talk, the product manager for HipChat Connect will walk you the components of the HipChat Connect platform, best practices for developers, successful strategies for user growth as well as common pitfalls slowing adoption.

14:05 - 14:35

What's new in Bitbucket Cloud Connect? Abhin Chhabra

The talk will go over all the new features we've added to Bitbucket Cloud relevant to add-on developers. The list includes (but is not limited to):

  • Build status and associated API
  • Connect based linkers
  • Web-item targets 
  • Fileviewer add-on module
  • Templated Addons
  • Improved webhooks
  • Deep linking to the installation dialog (for starting installation process remotely)
  • New API docs and swagger generated by Bitbucket

For each of the new features, examples of really cool things that developers could do with them will be provided.

14:40 - 15:10

Getting the most out of the Marketplace Ben Woskow, Jamie Gaard

Discover how to automate add-on management, gain deeper customer insights, customize your add-on listings, and more. You will not want to miss this talk if you're a Marketplace vendor!

15:15 - 16:25

Developer breakouts

16:25

Break

16:30 - 17:00

Fireside Chat

17:00 - 19:00

Women in tech networking event

19:00 - 23:00

AtlasCamp party Altitude terrace

Developer best practices

07:30

Registration

09:00 - 10:00

AtlasCamp keynote Sri Visanwath

10:00

Break

10:15 - 10:45

Rise of the machines Sven Peters

10:50 - 11:20

Sentient Clusters: Micro-services, Atlassian products, and the Docker Swarm Nicola Paolucci

Imagine a new kind of cluster. One which takes control of new machines on the fly, deploys all your services in the right order, links related applications together, balances load, restarts and moves containers after failures. A cluster that is – figuratively speaking – becoming self aware.

The recent massive improvements in Docker's own orchestration tools bring the feasibility and practicality of setting up a semi-autonomous cluster to a whole new level. Follow us on a practical hands-on tour and learn how you can setup a polyglot group of Micro-services and Atlassian products to run onto a Docker Swarm cluster with ease.

11:25 - 11:55

Five release strategies of highly effective teams Ian Grunert

Release early, release often. Highly effective teams are releasing new software all the time, creating a tight feedback loop with how end users are using their software in production. However releasing code is also the riskiest thing teams do on a regular basis.

12:00 - 13:30

Lunch

13:30 -14:00

How we built Synchrony, the engine behind collaborative editing in Confluence Haymo Meran

14:05 - 14:35

Resilience: Beyond the chaos Nicholas Maesepp

Resilience is vital to the success of any internet service. Nowadays it's more likely that developers will be responsible for the operation of their own services. Like anything new a foundation is a good starting point. Unfortunately many will dive in to implementing technologies without a clear vision. Learning about the qualities of a resilient system can help you focus on making the right decisions at the right time. I will discuss some of the ways we are improving the resilience of our services at Atlassian. Looking at both the human factor and technologies we use. Including some more advanced techniques like Chaos Engineering.

14:40 - 15:10

How to win with code reviewsLori Lee

Some software teams don't integrate code reviews into their software development lifecycle on a regular basis, even though they are an extremely great way to learn, improve code quality and increase the robustness of software. This talk provides guidelines on being better code reviewers and authors so you can make the process less painful and start winning!

15:15 - 16:25

Developer breakouts

16:25

Break

16:30 - 17:00

Fireside chat

17:00 - 19:00

Women in tech networking event

19:00 - 23:00

AtlasCamp party Altitude terrace

Build amazing add-ons

07:30

Registration

09:00 - 09:30

Automate your business with Connect Louis Lepper

While many of our users get excited when they see the most popular cloud add-ons in the marketplace, few see the potential of a custom built add-on tailored to their business. With the connect platform now supporting more Atlassian products, it's possible to craft solutions that drastically reduce the number of manual tasks your workers have to do.

09:35 - 10:05

Save time by writing add-ons for Cloud and Server simultaneouslyDave Elkan, Arijea

In this session you'll learn how the team at Arijea writes code once and ships to both Server and Cloud simultaneously. On top of that you'll learn how you can improve your dev speed tremendously.

10:10 - 10:40

Connecting Connect with Spring Boot and other new frameworks Vincent Kok

As Atlassian Connect is the way forward for building add-ons on Atlassian Cloud, Spring Boot is the way forward for building Spring web applications. Now you can combine the best of both worlds with the new open source library: Atlassian Connect Starter for Spring Boot. This will get you bootstrapped with an Atlassian Connect add-on in just a few minutes. In this talk you will learn:

  • What is Spring Boot
  • What is a Spring Boot Starter and how they benefit you 
  • How to use the Atlassian Connect Starter to easily build Atlassian Connect add-ons
  • The Atlassian Connect architecture and how it interacts with your add-ons.

As a we will write a simple macro for Confluence and show how much time Spring Boot can save you.Also get an overview of some of the other new frameworks our community has been building.

10:40

Break

10:55 - 11:25

UX design for developers Kelly Snow

Learn basic user-centered design methods to develop your add-ons and validate them with cheap and easy user testing. Get an overview of Atlassian's design resources, then learn specific user experience gotchas with add-ons.

11:30 - 12:00

The Art of PaaS: Lessons learned running a platform for hundreds of microservices Robin Fernandes

Connect has taken you on a journey to SaaS. Over the past few years, you've learned how running a service is deeply different from building a plugin. You've discovered tips, tricks and patterns to evolve your service while keeping it running 24/7. Now, you're managing not just one service, but a multitude – and perhaps you're wondering what needs to change as you head towards dozens or even hundreds of services.

At Atlassian, we've taken on this challenge with Micros, our internal Platform as a Service that helps developers across Atlassian easily deploy and run microservices in AWS. Running this platform involves constant decisions to strike the right balance between stability, progress, governance and flexibility. We'll tell you the lessons we've learned – both technical and non-technical – walking these tightropes.

12:00 - 13:00

Lunch

13:00 - 13:30

Serverless Connect: Using AWS Lambda to write an Atlassian Connect add-on Ian Buchanan

While working with CI/CD vendors to build Atlassian Connect add-ons for Bitbucket Cloud, I noticed a pattern: every vendor wanted more than just Bitbucket Cloud, they wanted to integrate with multiple Atlassian products and for both Cloud and Server. I wanted to build my own Atlassian Connect add-on as a hub-and-spoke to help solve this problem. I knew that writing Connect add-ons is easy but I worried more about the operating overhead. So I build my own Connect add-on using AWS Lambda, and related services. Along the way I discovered why the architectural patterns of CQRS and Event Sourcing are well suited to integration problems, how to use AWS Lambda to implement those patterns, and what related AWS services complement Lambda for a Connect add-on.

13:35 - 14:05

Better security for your cloud add-onsCraig Davies

Join Atlassian’s Head of Security, Craig Davies, in this session and you’ll be one step closer to becoming a cloud security expert. Learn how Atlassian handles security for our cloud products and discover the three critical factors to consider when securing your cloud add-on. Lastly get the inside scoop on how Atlassian will help you self-assess your cloud instances.

14:10 - 14:40

New P2 dev loop...and more! Alex Courtis, James Winters

Hear the latest updates for the P2 plugin platform, including the new and improved dev loop. We'll also review how to do better diagnostics and explain transformation. Come prepared with your technical questions.

14:45 - 15:55

Developer breakouts

15:55

Break

16:00 - 17:00

ShipIt Live!

Developer best practices

07:30

Registration

09:00 - 09:30

The golden rules of Git Emma Jane Westby

09:35 - 10:05

A Tale of Continuous Delivery: From Commit to Production in a single click Peter Van de Voorde

Once upon a time a developer slaved on his code, tested it locally and fired it off into oblivion (aka the shared disk...) only to forget about it for the next six months until release date!No longer should we be slaves to release dates and schedules, no longer will we need to argue about "But it runs on my machine!" Thanks to automation and continuous delivery we can be free! Free to code on important features, free of having to run tests ourselves, free of keeping all our environments in sync. And best of all: free to improve our products as fast as possible.

10:10 - 10:40

From Monolith to Microservices Jonathan Doklovic

Ever wonder how Twitter scales to tens of thousands of nodes? Ever wonder how Apple's Siri can process commands with such low-latency? Ever wonder how Companies like Netflix and Yelp efficiently process massive amounts of data? Did you know that Atlassian HipChat is using the same technologies to re-envision how HipChat stores and manages it's message history?

In this talk, you'll learn how to use modern technologies like Docker, Apache Mesos and Cassandra to build a platform to reduce complexity, automate lighting fast deployments and take advantage of load balancing, service discovery, health checks and self-healing apps all while reducing the costs of cloud infrastructure.

We'll share our successes and failures and present a set of "best practices" that anyone can use to not only build a modern, self-sufficient micro-service platform but to also streamline the development process and ease the pain of deploying and managing applications. Whether your building a small-ish connect add-on or a large distributed application, you'll be able to put these learnings to good use immediately.

10:40

Break

10:55 - 11:25

Single page apps: Success and the struggle Blake Riosa

If you've been on HackerNews recently, you'll know that single page apps are all the rage and just everybody is doing them... including Confluence, but why? Join us for a deep introduction into the brand new Confluence front-end stack, why we took on this epic quest, how we're doing it and how you can learn from our experiences.

11:30 - 12:00

Mock Servers - Fake all the things! Peggy Kuo

It is now common to be working on small independent services that need to talk with numerous other services. This is a problem because when developing your service, you need to have a working environment—but bringing up all your dependencies is often not an option. A solution to this problem is mock servers.

12:00 - 13:00

Lunch

13:00 - 13:30

Hybrid apps with React Rich Manalang

We've spent the past year rewriting HipChat's web and desktop apps using React. This talk will run through the current state of the art in building hybrid desktop apps (React, Redux, hot module reloading, ES6, Electron, etc.) and maybe venture into React Native for building mobile apps.

13:35 - 14:05

Finding bugs before writing code Sigge Birgisson

Testers need to be involved earlier!” is a mantra that keeps coming up over and over when talking about testers on the agile team. But what is their contribution when they get the chance? At Atlassian QA stands for Quality Assistance, which means we assist development deliver quality software at speed.

This presentation is about how I as a QA engineer work with the Bamboo and team product managers, designers, developers and support to avoid creating bugs so that focus can be on creating great software fast instead of fixing bugs. Activities include feature risk workshops, quality-design sparring sessions and story level kickoffs. I am going to talk about timing and opportunities with the different interactions and how we through these avoid rework and create quality software from the start.

14:10 - 14:40

JIRA Seamless upgrades: Making devs and customers happy in a single move Julia Simon

Maintenance windows piss of equally customers and developers. This talk will cover how JIRA cloud moved in six months from an antiquated weekly release maintenance window to a truly agile release cycle in which devs see their commit to release cycle reduced and customers have virtually zero downtime. I will discuss different approaches studied, architectural challenges faced and the achievements made.

14:45 - 15:55

Developer breakouts

15:55

Break

16:00 - 17:00

ShipIt Live!

Training workshops

We are offering three optional training workshops for an additional fee on 23 May 2016. 

Full Day Workshop

Fundamentals of building an Atlassian Connect add-on

09:00 – 17:00

In this full day workshop, you will learn how to build and code the fundamental pieces of an Atlassian Connect add-on. Atlassian Connect is the framework for extending the functionality of Atlassian Cloud products. You'll learn how to handle the lifecycle of the add-on from installation flows, use JSON Web Tokens (JWT) for authorization and signing of requests, and store client data properly for re-use throughout your integration or framework. After learning the basics of integrating with Atlassian Connect, we'll cover best practices of building a multi-tenant service. Finally, you'll also learn how to deploy and manage your add-on with the operational excellence that customers are used to with other services.

If you're a new developer to Atlassian Connect or a add-on developer for Server that's new to the Cloud platform then this course is geared for you. Additionally, you may find this course useful if you're looking to learn more about how an Atlassian Connect add-on works.

Half Day Workshops

Growing Your Marketplace Business

09:00 – 12:00

This three-hour workshop will provide lectures and hands-on exercises led by Atlassian gurus to help you grow awareness of your add-on and increase market share. Topics include an overview of the purchase journey and evaluation criteria, the basics of a high-converting Marketplace listing, best practices in documentation, and what marketing levers you can pull to grow your customer base.

We'll also be featuring exercises including:

  • How to craft a marketing message house 
  • How to create an awesome Marketplace listing 
  • Best practices for a documentation audit 
  • The art of the drip email campaign

Join us to find out how to scale your Atlassian Marketplace business.

Dockerize it: Modern CI configurations that will save your life

14:00 – 17:00

Did you know that Docker is making continuous integration and continuous delivery easier than ever? Historically, CI/CD tools have run with raw hardware, or more recently with virtual machines. But these setups can still lead to slow builds, which means developers aren't getting fast feedback when they have introduced defects. Containerizing CI/CD setups with Docker helps with speed, repeatability, and tests that better resemble production environments. Even if you are new to Docker and CI/CD, this training session will help you learn concepts and practices that you can apply today with Bitbucket and our CI/CD tool. 


Location

W Barcelona
Placa de la Rosa dels Vents, 1
Barcelona, 08039, Spain
Phone: +34 93 295 28 00

This avant-garde design icon stands proudly on Barcelona's beachfront, boasting 360 degree panoramic views. The W Hotel is the ultimate destination for AtlasCamp 2016. With 473 guest rooms and state of the art meeting space, this is the only hotel and conference space located on the Barceloneta pristine coastline. A short stroll to restaurants and all the fabulous things that Barcelona has to offer, this destination creates the AtlasCamp experience to remember.

*The deadline to book a hotel reservation is 02 May 2016

Atlassian Expert partners day

Join us for Experts Partner Day in Barcelona on Monday, 23 May 2016. This year's event will bring a new flavor of sessions for practically everyone in your company, with three tracks focused on Business, Sales Enablement and Technical. Be one of the first to take the JIRA Certification Preparation course at no cost.

Registering for Expert Partners day does not include registration to AtlasCamp

For additional information log into Charlie or contact your Expert Manager.

Location

W Barcelona

Placa de la Rosa dels Vents, 1
Barcelona, 08039, Spain
Phone: +34 93 295 28 00

Experts Day agenda

07:00 Registration/light breakfast
08:00 Business Track Sales Enablement Track JIRA Certification
Prep-Session
09:00 Business Track Sales Enablement Track JIRA Certification
Prep-Session
11:00 Break
11:15 Keynote: State of the Union and Experts Program update
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Business Track Sales Enablement Track JIRA Certification
Prep-Session
16:30 Closing session
18:00 AtlasCamp Reception

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