Atlassian is holding two more user groups in the next few weeks. Next week, on Thursday June 12th, we’ll be holding a Atlassian User Group in Boston, at the Westin Waltham hotel from 2:00pm until 7:00pm. This event is extra special because I, your friendly neighborhood Developer Relations guy, will be in attendance.
Then on June 19th, we’ll be holding an Atlassian User Group in Paris, at Publicis Groupe HQ from 9:00 until 14:00. This event will be conducted mostly in French and will focus on Confluence, wikis, and social networking.
Each user group will start with a State of Atlassian talk, given by our President, Jeffrey Walker. There will be several talks from customers, talking about where, how and why they’ve deployed Atlassian product in their organizations. And the end of the day will consist of separate round-table discussion about questions of interest. The audience decides the topic, and then we all (Atlassian staff and attendees) discuss together. You can also pre-suggest some topics of conversion at the bottom of the RSVP page.
We’ll have lots of Atlassian staff at both events — including actual, in-the-trenches product developers. It’s a great opportunity to get into details with some folks who know the product best.
Atlassian user groups are free for all attendees. It’s always a terrific thrill meeting our customers and hearing about what you’re doing with our products. We’d like very much to see you there. Come say hi! And please RSVP on the event pages: Boston and Paris.

User Groups coming up in Boston and Paris