Mark your calendars

AtlasCamp 2015 is heading to Prague June 9th - 11th. Registration will open in March.


In the meantime, check out videos from AtlasCamp 2014.

AtlasCamp 2014

AtlasCamp, our premier conference for add-on and plugin developers, was held in Berlin for 2014. AtlasCamp is a two-day conference designed to help you enhance your skills, learn about the Atlassian developer platform, and have an awesome time with Atlassians and fellow developers.

Join us for two full days of product previews, networking opportunities, and killer talks.

Questions? Contact us.

  • Jean-Michel Lemieux

    VP Engineering

  • Bartek Gatz

    JIRA Product Manager

  • Jonathan Nolen

    Principal Product Manager, HipChat

  • Matt Ryall

    Confluence Engineering Manager

  • Nick Wade

    Head of Ecosystem


Tickets are nonrefundable.

Under reasonable circumstances, tickets may be transferable to other individuals upon Atlassian approval. Contact us if you have questions.

Why Attend

Need a reason to come to AtlasCamp? We've got plenty!

  1. Atlassian Marketplace roadmap

    It's been another busy year full of crazy growth for the Atlassian Marketplace. We'll share what we've learned so far, and what's coming up this year.

  2. The evolution of Atlassian Connect

    Learn everything you need to know about this framework for you to build add-ons and plugins that deeply integrate with JIRA OnDemand, Confluence OnDemand, and HipChat.

  3. Product first look

    Get product updates from Jean-Michel Lemieux (our VP Engineering) and the teams responsible for JIRA, Confluence, HipChat, Stash, Bamboo and more. Learn about new add-on capabilities in each product.

  4. Atlassian engineer office hours

    Schedule a 1:1 with an Atlassian developer – bring your code, laptop, and toughest questions – let's get your integration to the next level. (Appointment calendar coming soon)

  5. Networking

    Learn from the best developers in the Atlassian ecosystem. AtlasCamp only happens once this year, and it's the best opportunity to meet the Marketplace movers and shakers.


Tuesday, 3 June

Wednesday, 4 June

Thursday, 5 June


Maritim Hotel Berlin

Stauffenbergstraße 26
10785 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0) 30 2065-0
Fax: +49 (0) 30 2065-1000

Book your room now

AtlasCamp will take place in the Maritim Hotel Berlin, located between Kurfürstendamm and the Brandenburg Gate in the embassy district. Much of the AtlasCamp experience happens during non-conference hours, so we strongly recommend that attendees stay at this hotel. Please note that in order to receive the AtlasCamp pricing you must book your stay by 03 May.


Maritim Hotel Berlin is centrally located in the midst of the diplomatic quarter in the Tiergarten near the Potsdamer Platz and the Kurfürstendamm.

Distance to Main Station: 3 km
From Tegel airport: 9 km
Distance to Schönefeld Airport: 23 km
Distance to motorway: 8 km
Distance to fairground: 4 km
Distance to the Brandenburg Gate: 1 km
Distance to Kurfürstendamm: 1 km

The hotel is located in an environmental zone. The journey by car is possible only with a green environmental badge.

Taxi fares

  • From Tegel airport about 18 €
  • From Schönefeld airport is 30 €
  • From Berlin Hauptbahnhof about 8 €

Rail and bus lines

From Tegel airport take bus X9 to Zoo station; From there by bus 200 to stop "Philharmonie" (about 30 – 40 minutes) or TXL bus to the main train station; From there by bus M85 to stop "Cultural Forum."

From Schönefeld Airport take the regional RE7 or RB14 to central station; From there by bus M85 direction "lights field south" to stop "Cultural Forum (about 45-60 minutes) or with the S-Bahn S9 to east cross; Then continue with the S5 , S7, or S75 to Hauptbahnhof; From there take bus M85 direction "lights field south" to stop "Cultural Forum."

From main station, bus M85 direction "S Lichterfelde West" (output Washington Square) to stop "Cultural Forum."

From Alexanderplatz, bus M48 to stop "Cultural Forum" or the U2 to Potsdamer Platz.

From Ostbahnhof S -Bahn S5 , S7, or S75 to Alexanderplatz, thence supra.

From Kurfürstendamm bus M29 to Memorial Dt. resistance.

Atlassian Connect Showcase

This spring, we released Atlassian Connect 1.0. It's the biggest step forward for Atlassian's developer platform in years, and we can't wait to see what our community builds.

At the end of AtlasCamp this year, we'll show off some of our favorite new add-ons built with Atlassian Connect.

To get started with Atlassian Connect, try out the Hello World example. If you have an Atlassian Connect add-on that you want to demo, let us know!

Experts Workshop Day

Calling all Atlassian Expert Partners!

We're hosting an Experts Workshop in Berlin on Tuesday, 3 June 2014 and you're invited! Admission is free, so register today!


Maritim Hotel Berlin
Kattengat 1
Stauffenbergstraße 26
10785 Berlin


Agenda coming soon!

Registration will be at 10:30AM with doors opening at 11:00AM. A light breakfast and lunch will be included in the day.

What is the Experts Workshop Day?

The Experts Workshop Day is intended for our technical Experts. The program will feature Atlassian speakers and workshop sessions.

For more information, contact your Experts Manager.


Register here. Space is limited so sign up your team today!