If you missed Web2.0 last week, don’t worry, Atlassian still has plenty of conference goodness for the rest of the month.
J-Spring.jpgJ-Spring – 15th April, Bussum, Netherlands
J-Spring is the annual conference for Java developers run by the Dutch Java Users Group (NLJUG). Our very own Sherali Karimov will be opening up the conference with a talk on “Agile @ Atlassian – How do we do it?”. Sherali will talking about some of the issues Atlassian came across from being such a fast growing software company and the best practices we have come up with to tackle the challenges. We will also be at Booth 108 all day, so be sure to drop by in between sessions to catch up on all the latest news and score yourself a t-shirt. Our Amsterdam Atlassians would love to meet you.
CITCON.jpgCITCON North America – 24th & 25th April, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MA
CITCON (Continuous Integration and Testing Conference) is run by the Open Information Foundation and brings together people from every corner of the software development industry to discuss Continuous Integration and the type of Testing that goes along with it. We’re sponsoring the conference, which is an OpenSpace conference, and places for this are very limited. So if our Bamboo customer stories and the thought of CI gets you excited make sure you register and get along and get talking .
Linuxfest.pngAtlassian User Group – 23rd April, Seattle, WA
We’re hitting the Pacific Northwest this month for our first Atlassian User Group in the area. Come along to network and socialise with folks who share the same interests including members of the Atlassian team.
LinuxFest Northwest – 25th & 26th April, Seattle, WA
LinuxFest Northwest is a non-profit corporation and is an all-volunteer organisation. This year they are celebrating their 10 years of educating the public about all aspects of open source software. Admission and parking are free, and all ages are welcome. Registration is not required to attend, just show up on the day.
Next month’s events:
We’ll be grooving at JAOO down under and in the final countdown for Atlassian Summit.
Check out the Atlassian Events calendar for upcoming webinars, conferences and Atlassian User Groups near you.

April events deluge