This October I’ll be travelling around the world for quite a few Atlassian events. We’ll be holding Atlassian User Groups in Toronto, New York, Berlin and Munich within just 4 weeks throughout the month. Why do I dev-blog this, you ask? Well, if you are a plugin developer (or intend to) but your CFO just cut your travel budget and you can’t make it to AtlasCamp in San Francisco, then visiting one of our user groups near you might be the more affordable opportunity to talk nerdy.
Our user groups focus on our customers who present real life use-cases and exchange information. On top of that we regularly bring in actual senior developers and dev team leads to provide an opportunity for you to get down and technical. Our Birds-of-a-feather sessions and the after-hours cocktails provide excellent opportunities to talk straight code, get advice around plugin development and sales, on plugin governance and upgrade-paths, and also to make sure your voice is heard back in the Australian HQ. We’ll also be showing off our latest cool releases and what’s coming up down the road for all our products.
Best of all, User Groups are completely free to attend. To RSVP, please click on the locations below.
Toronto, October 14th
Tim Moore (Atlassian Plugin Developer)
Per Fragemann (Team Lead Confluence Development)
New York, October 16th
Tim Moore (Atlassian Plugin Developer)
Per Fragemann (Team Lead Confluence Development)
Berlin, October 23rd
Josh Wold (Pre-Sales Engineer)
Per Fragemann (Team Lead Confluence Development)
Munich, October 30th
Per Fragemann (Team Lead Confluence Development)

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