The agenda for Atlassian Summit 2012 is now live — and boy is it a doozy! Over four dozen stellar customer, staff and sponsor presentations are scheduled on the theme of the “Art of the Team.”
There are dozens of case studies this year from organizations like Constant Contact, MIT, Harvard, Dachis Group, PuppetLabs and way more. In addition to case studies, there will be Atlassian product demos, sneak previews of new products and features, and all the latest add-ons for Atlassian’s tools.
Creating high-performance teams is more than just the products you choose. It’s also the approaches you take, the ways you collaborate, and the ways you measure success. That’s why, alongside the many Atlassian product demos and case studies at Summit, this year we’ve invited six special guest speakers to speak on the “Art of the Team,” including:
- Jeff Atwood (www.codinghorror.com)
- Pamela Fox (blog.pamelafox.org)
- Michael Lopp ( www.randsinrepose.com)
- Eric Ries (startupslessonslearned.com)
- Julian Simpson ( http://www.build-doctor.com)
- Dave Thomas ( www.davethomas.net)
Eight Training Courses
In addition to these amazing sessions, we’re offering eight training courses – from JIRA to Kanban, and testing to Confluence. Training is optional, but recommended for new and experienced customers looking to get the most from their products and learn new skills.
Pleased to Meet You and You and You
There is heaps o’ time set aside at Summit for networking, socializing, and kicking back with a beer or two — and there is plenty of Atlassian-style fun in store. Between sessions and during our parties, you can network with the hundreds of customers, third-party developers, Atlassian Experts, our developers and product management teams, and a few bugs. And remember to carve out some time at the event to get demos of the latest plugins, add-ons and integrations from the nearly 30 amazing, handsome and suave Summit Sponsors.
See You in San Francisco!
Summit will be held from May 30 to June 1 at the San Francisco Design Concourse just minutes from downtown. Early bird pricing ends next week, so register now to save $200.