Atlassian Summit is about 2 months away. There are dozens of discussions in this 2-day event. As we run up to the event, we wanted to start highlighting some of the speakers.
This interview is with Patrick Coleman of Dash. He will be speaking on a session entitled Peer Code Review: In a Nutshell (30 min).
What is your title and role within the organization?
My title is Software Director and I lead Dash’s device side SW development.
What product(s) will you be presenting at Summit?
FishEye and Crucible.
How is your team using these tool(s)?
We use Fisheye and Crucible in a variety of ways:
- Email notifications to SW and QA Engineers of code changes
- Referencing code from Wiki pages
- Reviewing code for approval into a QA Build
- Debugging (looking at code changes between a working and a broken build)
- Peer code reviews
Please give us a short preview of your presentation.
I’ll be talking about how we integrate these tools into our day to day processes and why we believe they lead to higher productivity and software quality.
What do you hope to get out of Summit yourself?
I’m interested to learn more about the future of Atlassian products and how to further improve how me make use of them.
Join us at Atlassian Summit 31 May to 2 June, 2009 in San Francisco. Meet other customers, our brilliant sponsors and partners, and Atlassian staff for more than 2 days of case studies, code, and performance tips on the products you use.