It’s a wrap! Atlassian Summit 2011 is over, the goat has gone home to graze and the Atlassian Summit sherpas drank one last beer before descending the mountain of a very successful conference (yes, we will stretch this metaphor as long as possible).
First of all, big thanks to everyone who made this event fantastic – our 24 sponsors and all 550 guests who came from Russia and New Zealand all all points betwixt.
There were so many big announcements at Summit. For those who didn’t catch them all, here’s a summary of all the news:
- Team Calendars for Confluence: Meet the newest member of the Confluence family. A new add-on to Confluence, Team Calendars will help your entire project team stay in sync.
- Meet Bonfire: The other newest addition to the Atlassian family, Bonfire, is a tool which allows you and your team to effectively test web applications, quickly capture issues in context, and trace your testing results back to requirements or stories. Bonfire is in beta now.
- FishEye 2.6 and Crucible 2.6: Pow! The dynamic duo of FishEye and Crucible are back in all new versions. FishEye’s new Commit Graph feature gives teams a whole new view into their projects and commits. Read the press release here.
- Atlassian University: Class is in. Get up to speed quickly with Atlassian University. It’s like earning a PhD, only faster and more practical (and a heckuva lot cheaper). Hands-on tutorials for your entire team or company on JIRA, Confluence and GreenHopper, available now.
There are heaps of other great news announced this week at Summit. Some equal notables include: Confluence 4 beta, Codegeist winners, Charlie Award and DoGooder Award winners, SharePoint Connector 1.4, a Cloud9 and Bitbucket integration, and the launch of Atlassian Answers. Please check our Summit blogs to find out about all this and more.
If you have any photos from Summit you’d like to share, please upload them into the appropriate album on Atlassian’s Facebook page and tag yourself in the picture. We’d also love to see any videos of Summit shenanigans, especially from Tuesday’s karaoke craziness. If you upload them to YouTube, please use the tag “atlassian” as well so we can find your videos. Finally, if you missed any of the presentations, you can find the slides in our archive.
Last but not least, we couldn’t withhold this little piece from you: Atlassian, the Musical.