You might have noticed that we’ve opened up registration to AtlasCamp, our annual developer fest in sunny and beautiful Half Moon Bay, California. This year’s event will be on September 19-21. If you’re an Atlassian plugin developer, you can’t miss this event. AtlasCamp is not your usual developer conference. As a matter of fact, we go out of our way to make sure it doesn’t feel like your standard conference — hence the name AtlasCamp. AtlasCamp is a fun and relaxed three days of learning, networking, hacking, playing, and partying with one of the best software dev communities in the world. It’s also your chance to have a mini vacation in one of the most beautiful places to relax in the Bay Area.

If that’s not enough to convince you, we’ve just posted the agenda. It’s chock full of the best talks from the brightest minds at Atlassian. This year you’ll hear lots about the latest client-side technologies and techniques our devs have used to deliver the latest kick-ass features you’re beginning to see in our products today. You’ll also hear about plugin UX and design, mobile, and the latest developer worthy news about our products. And for the first time, we’re offering plugin training — so, even if you have zero-to-little plugin development experience, you should still come to this event.

AtlasCamp in Europe?

After a bit of discussion, we decided to postpone AtlasCamp EU until 2013. The reason is pretty simple; AtlasCamp EU 2012 just happened five months ago. While we won’t be running another AtlasCamp EU for at least 6-12 months (TBD), we might be running one or more smaller developer events in the Europe soon — details in the next few weeks.

If you were at AtlasCamp EU earlier this year and are wondering if you should go to AtlasCamp US, check out the agenda — it’s bound to be the best AtlasCamp yet.

Stay tuned for more on AtlasCamp over the next week. In the meantime, go ahead and…

Reasons to go to AtlasCamp 2012, Part 1