AtlasCamp at Summit

4-5 May 2017 | Barcelona, Spain

Team up with developers from around the world and learn how to extend the power of Atlassian, enhance your skills, build successful add-ons,
and discover the future of product roadmaps.

Training

Get training

Sharpen your skills with two full days of training before the conference kicks off.

Network

Network

Share ideas with the growing developer community and get 1:1 time with Atlassians.

Level up

Level up

Grow your business and
learn how to make your add-on stand out.

Have fun

Have fun

Work hard, play hard. Join us for special events like Bash, ShipIt Live, and more.


AtlasCamp Sessions

Learn how to build amazing add-ons, grow your business,
and discover best practices from industry leaders.

Track 1

Build Amazing Add-ons

Get up to speed on building add-ons with Atlassian Connect and Plugins 2. Learn how to build amazing add-ons that integrate or extend Atlassian products.

Adventures in Customization with Atlassian Add-ons and Integrations Using JIRA, HipChat, Firebase, and Amazon Echo

05 May 14:00 - 14:45 | Room 113

What challenges have you faced when building your add-on? In this session, Sukhbir Dhillon from Addteq shares his journey of building integrations with Atlassian tools, Firebase, and product API's (such as Amazon Echo). From server-less architecture to using voice commands, learn how Addteq constructed innovative integrations and built unique add-ons.

Topics covered:
Serverless, Plugins 2, Best Practices

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Core, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket, Ecosystem

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Building Repository Workflows with Bitbucket Connect

04 May 16:45 - 17:30 | Room 113

Want to be notified when new pull requests are created? Need to trigger a process when a build passes? Bitbucket Connect can let you do all this and more. Join Atlassian developer James Navin for a session on using Bitbucket Connect and webhooks to build tooling and workflows driven by activity in your repository.

Topics covered:
Bitbucket, Atlassian Connect, Cloud

Products covered:
JIRA Software, Bitbucket

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Connect First, Ask Confluence Questions Later

05 May 10:00 - 10:45 | Room 113

Connect has now reached new levels of maturity, and we believe so strongly in its strengths that we decided to rebuild one of our own add-ons with it: Confluence Questions. In this session, Atlassian Product Manager Caroline Bartle will cover how we approached this project, the (many) challenges we faced, and will provide you with tips take into consideration when developing add-ons using the Connect framework, particularly if you’re considering rebuilding an existing P2 plugin.

Topics covered:
Confluence, Atlassian Connect, Cloud

Products covered:
Confluence

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Creating Your Own Server Add-on that Customizes Confluence or JIRA

04 May 15:45 - 16:30 | Room 113

JIRA and Confluence are highly versatile products that just about any team can use. But what if your team has special use cases or needs? That's where customization comes in – and you can do it, using the Plugins 2 (P2) framework for our Server family of products. Join developer advocate Melissa Paisley to learn how to start. She'll cover key technologies, walk through a demo, and show you where to get further information. Thanks to P2, you can make JIRA and Confluence a perfect fit for your team.

Topics covered:
JIRA, Confluence, Server, Plugins 2

Products covered:
JIRA Core, Confluence

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Designing Add-ons for Atlassian Products, the Do’s & Don’ts

05 May 09:00 - 09:45 | Room 113

Well designed and integrated add-ons are not only easier to use, but it's been proven that they also have higher adoption and retention rates. In this focused session from Lucy Denton, Atlassian’s Ecosystem UX Designer, we’ll discuss the the top three things you’ll need to design and build successful add-ons for Atlassian products.

Topics covered:
Design, Usability, Cloud, Customer Experience

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Core, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket, Ecosystem

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How to Build a Better JIRA Add-on

04 May 13:30 - 14:15 | Room 113

Add-ons and integrations for JIRA Cloud have come a long way, but there are still huge opportunities for improvement. JIRA Cloud product manager Dave Meyer will walk through some "Do"s and "Don't"s for making your add-ons simpler, faster, and more beautiful today, plus an insider look at new APIs and integration points that will enable you to take your add-on to the next level in the future.

Topics covered:
JIRA, API's, Cloud

Products covered:
JIRA Software

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Launch into New Markets with JIRA Service Desk

05 May 11:00 - 11:45 | Room 113

IT, customer service, and business process management are multi-billion dollar industries that you can tap into. How? By building amazing add-ons for the fastest growing product in Atlassian: JIRA Service Desk. In this talk, JIRA Service Desk's Principal Product Manager, Shihab Hamid, covers both the opportunities to solve real customer problems and dive into the new API that's available so you can make it happen!

Topics covered:
JIRA Service Desk, Cloud

Products covered:
JIRA Service Desk

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Server Add-ons for Front-end Developers

04 May 11:15 - 12:00 | Room 113

Atlassian's P2 plugin system is fantastic for developers familiar with Maven, Java, OSGi, and (generally speaking) tools built over a decade ago. But where do the modern front-end development tools and techniques fit in to the picture? Join developer Chris Darroch as he explains how to build a sophisticated front-end for an Atlassian add-on using technologies like Node.js, Gulp, Wepback, and JavaScript transpiled from TypeScript / ES2015. He'll cover the basic front-end pillars of the P2 system, talk about how Maven applies to writing front-end code. Note: this session assumes familiarity with JavaScript and Node.js.

Topics covered:
Server, Plugins 2, Front-end

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Core

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What's New with Confluence Connect

04 May 14:30 - 15:15 | Room 113

Confluence Connect has added APIs and enhanced macros – but we didn't stop there. We've also introduced new types of add-ons: theming, workflows, and custom content. Confluence product manager Brian Swift will cover each of these, including the building blocks you'll need and examples of how to use them. He'll also show you how to integrate these types of add-ons with Confluence features to provide a great experience for users. There's never been a better time to create add-ons to satisfy more Confluence use cases!

Topics covered:
Confluence, Atlassian Connect, Cloud

Products covered:
Confluence

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Track 2

Ecosystem Developer Best Practices

Learn best practices from other developers to make you a better developer. What's the right way to secure your app? How can you make your app faster? What's the best way to architect your app to scale to handle high traffic?

12 Ways to Supercharge Your Connect Add-on

05 May 09:00 - 09:45 | Room 112

It's one thing for developers to write a Connect add-on. It's a whole different thing to run it in a production mode. When you consider both development and production, a series of questions emerges:

  • How do I reduce the cost and overhead of administering environments (servers)?
  • How can I build in scalability from the start?
  • How can I enable continuous deployment?

The 12-factor application principles are often cited as the solution. Using the principles of 12-factor applications, it is much easier to go from rapid development iterations into production. And then to keep the pace of rapid iteration, even as each goes into production. From this talk, you will learn what the 12 factors are and how they can supercharge your Atlassian Connect add-on.

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5 Essential Techniques for Building Fault-tolerant Systems

05 May 14:00 - 14:45 | Room 112

Building add-ons for Atlassian products today means building a Connect add-on and running it as a service in your own infrastructure, or a PaaS provider’s infrastructure, or (more commonly) a set of microservices. While this has many benefits, the transition from monolithic to distributed systems brings with it additional failure modes that simply do not manifest in the world of local function calls. Join Atlassian developer Diego Berrueta for a walk-through of 5 resilience techniques that will help keep your services rock-solid in the face of unreliable, slow, or faulty systems.

Topics covered:
Scalability, Best Practices, Cloud

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5 Ways Devs and Designers Can Work Better Together

05 May 13:00 - 13:45 | Room 112

Teams are often told to work together without a clear understanding of how to navigate different work styles, roles, and processes. So how can designers and devs work together efficiently and collaboratively? Atlassian designer Kelly Snow will reveal 5 techniques you can bring back to your team. Together, devs and designers can improve product quality – not to mention team morale.

Topics covered:
Design, Collaboration, Best Practices

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Core, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket, Ecosystem

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Beyond Agile and DevOps: From Concepts to Products in Weeks, Not Months

05 May 10:00 - 10:45 | Room 112

Transportation, travel, finance... Almost every industry has been disrupted, or will be soon. Central to this wave of change is a new way to work that combines agile, DevOps, Lean Startup mentality, and constant experimentation. This enables small teams to be both bold and extremely effective, while learning and improving at a much faster rate than ever before.

Let me, Tanguy Crusson, take you through a day in the life of a successful product team. Your team can become one, too.

Topics covered:
Teams, Collaboration, Best Practices

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence, HipChat, Ecosystem

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Know Thy Product: Tips from a Tester

05 May 11:00 - 11:45 | Room 112

Developers can't focus only on the details of their code – they have to look at the application from a user's perspective, too. Join Maria Heij from RefinedWiki AB for a journey into the tester's (and user's) mindset. She'll cover knowing how and why your product is used, understanding the intent behind requirements, and product implementations – all aimed at extending your skills and making your add-ons even better.

Topics covered:
Testing, Best Practices

Products covered:
JIRA Software

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Track 3

Advanced Add-on Techniques

New for 2017 - Dive deep with the greatest minds in the Atlassian Ecosystem. Learn from the experiences of other ecosystem developers when developing or operating their add-ons.

Atlassian Connect on Serverless Platforms: Low Cost Add-Ons

05 May 13:00 - 13:45 | Room 111

Join Atlassian developer Patrick Streule to learn about a Java- and JavaScript-based framework that makes it easy for developers to create and deploy serverless add-ons, thanks to platforms like AWS Lambdas and DynamoDB. He'll cover the overall architecture of serverless add-ons, then explain how to manage security, deployments, and integrations with various AWS services and other modern serverless providers.

Topics covered:
Atlassian Connect, Serverless, Cloud

Products covered:
JIRA Software, Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket

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Bringing Server Add-ons to the Cloud and Back Again

04 May 15:45 - 16:30 | Room 111

Ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in someone else's retrospective? Now you can! Join Jon Mort and Adam Markham from Adaptavist as they walk us through recent lessons learned from their team. Hear how ScriptRunner, Adaptavist's popular Automation add-on moved into the cloud. Learn about the parts they loved as well as challenges and frustrations they faced. This honest and open talk will be easy for any add-on developer to relate to.

Topics covered:
Cloud, Best Practices, Plugins 2

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Core, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence, Ecosystem

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Build a JIRA Server Add-on as a Microservice - You Can Do It!

05 May 14:00 - 14:45 | Room 111

Here's a story that might sound familiar... A couple years ago, you implemented a modest P2 add-on. It did just what you needed. Now, this little add-on isn't so little anymore! You long for a way to make it lean and nimble again. Oh: and your instance is behind a firewall, so you can't use Atlassian Connect. (or can you?...) Join Matej for a walk-through on how to rewrite a "P2-like" add-on as a Dockerized microservice that can communicate with an instance using webhooks and entity properties. He'll discuss the differences between Atlassian Connect and "pure" usage of webhooks, as well as show you what to watch out for.

Topics covered:
JIRA, Server, Microservices, Docker

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Core, Ecosystem

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Building Search for Bitbucket Cloud

04 May 11:15 - 12:00 | Room 111

Learn how we built search for Bitbucket Cloud using a Microservices approach, leveraging the foundation we shipped in Bitbucket Server. Hear about the challenges faced when building search for millions of users, building on top of the Bitbucket Connect platform, the approach the team took, and the lessons we learned.

Topics covered:
Bitbucket, Microservices, Cloud

Products covered:
Bitbucket

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How Bitbucket Pipelines Loads Connect UI Assets Super-fast

05 May 11:00 - 11:45 | Room 111

Connect add-ons deliver better user experience when they load fast. Between CDN, server-side rendering, service workers, and code splitting, there are loads of techniques you can use to achieve this. In this session, Atlassian Developer Peter Plewa will reveal Bitbucket Pipelines' secret for fast loads, and what they can do in the future to make Pipelines even faster.

Topics covered:
BitBucket, Scalability, Cloud

Products covered:
Bitbucket

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React for Re-use: Creating UI Components with Confluence Connect

05 May 09:00 - 09:45 | Room 111

Using React to create reusable components for Confluence extension points saves time and allows for a richer user experience. Join Matt Jensen, an Atlassian developer for over 10 years, for a session on using React to modularise the UI layer of your Confluence add-on, then bringing it together to take advantage of the common components. Matt will demonstrate the benefits of React for UI elements like macros, pages, and dialogs.

Topics covered:
Confluence, Atlassian Connect, Front-end

Products covered:
Confluence

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Securing Your Atlassian Connect Add-on With JWT

04 May 16:45 - 17:30 | Room 111

It's well-known that HTTP requests can leak sensitive information. This is why Atlassian Connect signs HTTP requests with JSON Web Token (JWT) to confirm authenticity. Join Ian Buchanan as he explores the dangers of skipping JWT validation. He'll look at 3 main JWT flows and drill-down on Atlassian's custom query-string-hash. We'll explore these concepts in code and show how to test your add-on's JWT abilities. Securing your add-on's with JWT is a topic for every add-on developer. Come and master the 3 JWT flows of Atlassian Connect.

Topics covered:
Atlassian Connect, Cloud, Security, Best Practice

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Core, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence, Bitbucket

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Shipping to Server and Cloud with Docker

05 May 10:00 - 10:45 | Room 111

Why write two add-ons when you can write one and deploy it to both Server and Cloud? Charles Gutjahr from ThinkTilt shares how they brought their Connect add-on to different clouds. Learn how he packaged the add-on in a Docker container to offer it behind the firewall. Hear about the implications for installation, data storage, security, and functionality. By the end of the talk, you'll be able to decide whether Dockerization is the right choice for your add-on.

Topics covered:
Docker, Server, Cloud

Products covered:
JIRA Core, JIRA Service Desk, Bitbucket

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Tempo’s Journey Into the Cloud

04 May 14:30 - 15:15 | Room 111

Over a year ago, Tempo embarked on a journey to create a new version of Tempo Cloud specifically for JIRA. This initiative prompted Tempo to take the next step in its evolution to become a more customizable and flexible solution that not only integrates seamlessly with JIRA, but also establishes its own independent identity. The migration from Atlassian's cloud to their own cloud forced Tempo to completely review and greatly improve the process of their software delivery.

This talk will cover the process of moving Tempo’s technology out of a tightly coupled design into a more portable and scalable architecture while delivering feature parity with their server customers. You'll hear the story from the very beginning: from researching the best way to implement their products in the cloud, to architectural decisions, to scaling and operations. You'll walk away understanding what such a move can mean for products, company culture, and future growth.

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Ten Battle-Tested Tips for Atlassian Connect Add-ons

04 May 13:30 - 14:15 | Room 111

Join Daniel Wester to learn ten hard learned and powerful lessons Wittified has applied to improve the development process and operations of Atlassian Connect add-ons. He'll cover everything from choosing a full stack deployment to selecting the right tools and practices for monitoring, performance, and continuous delivery.

Topics covered:
Atlassian Connect, Best Practices, Cloud

Products covered:
Ecosystem

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Track 4

Grow your Add-on Business

New for 2017 - Guides and success stories to grow your Atlassian add-on business. Learn what it takes to optimize your Marketplace listings and make your add-on stand out. Hear from customers about how add-ons change their business.

Closing the Deal: How Atlassian Partners Help Grow Your User Base

05 May 09:00 - 09:45 | Room 223

Solution Partners deliver and implement customer solutions through consulting, sales, and technical services for Atlassian products. They should be an integral part of your add-on marketing strategy. In this talk, you’ll learn how to reach these influential partners and how best to get your product in front of their customers.

A few years ago, Brikit decided to leverage the Atlassian Solution Partners to drive additional customer reach and revenue. Darryl Duke, Brikit CEO and Founder, worked closely over several months with Steve Cross, Americas Channel Manager, to share ideas, structure an approach for Brikit, and build a go-to-market strategy for Partner acquisition and conversion.

Brikit then implemented a Partner Program that now drives 45-50% of product revenue through Atlassian Solution Partners. Come and find out how they did it, what were the wins, and more importantly, the pitfalls along the way.

Topics covered:
Success Story, Marketing

Products covered:
Ecosystem

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How to be Successful in the DevOps Business

05 May 11:00 - 11:45 | Room 223

If you know enough to be "dangerous" with DevOps, then you may wonder how a trend so focused on automation fits with Atlassian. DevOps is unleashing the potential in many teams and there's far more to it than just automation – DevOps is a cultural movement that is changing the way teams collaborate. As the DevOps movement gathers momentum, there is an opportunity for savvy Atlassian Ecosystem developers to make a name for themselves with innovative DevOps add-ons.

In this session, Ian Buchanan takes a business view of the DevOps market to help you learn:

  • How do I profit (more) from the DevOps market? What are some business implications of DevOps?
  • What product opportunities are there in the Atlassian ecosystem? What kinds of add-ons will thrive in a DevOps world?
  • Why is now the time to make a change to embrace DevOps as a market? What does it take to get started?

Topics covered:
DevOps, Marketplace, Go-to-Market

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How to Make Customer Support Your Product's Greatest Feature

05 May 14:00 - 14:45 | Room 223

Creating an awesome customer experience means more than just adding features to your product. Customer support plays a key role in building a happy, loyal, and returning customer base. More than just a cost center, support is a great way learn more about your customers and how they use your product. Eirik Bjørsnøs, Chief Scientist at Kantega, presents how they redesigned their add-on in response to customer support questions, and how they built diagnostics tools into their product specifically to speed up the support process. Finally, he will show some improved tools and processes that have allowed Kantega to communicate better with customers around the world.

Topics covered:
Customer Experience, Success Story

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence

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How to Plan and Execute a Go-to-market Campaign for an Atlassian Add-on

05 May 13:00 - 13:45 | Room 223

When it comes to releasing a new add-on to the fast-growing Atlassian Marketplace, building a great product is not the whole story. To have a successful launch and achieve sustainable early customer growth, you need to make a concerted effort both before and after release day to connect your product with those it offers value to. Davin Pukulis, Director of Marketing from marketplace vendor K15t Software will be sharing his insights on how to do just that. This practical guide will explore the strategy and tactics of a recently executed add-on go-to-market campaign, from initial concept on through the awareness, consideration, and decision phases of the buyer's journey funnel.

Topics covered:
Marketplace, Go-to-Market, Marketing

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Marketplace Listings: How to Make Yours a Success

05 May 10:00 - 10:45 | Room 223

If you build it, will they come? In today's app-centric world, marketplaces are becoming the focal point of marketing, and Atlassian Add-Ons are no different. Join Christopher Parker, Support Engineer for the Atlassian Marketplace, for an inside look at the Marketplace submission process. Hear insights about what we expect from vendors, and learn common blockers that vendors frequently experience. You'll also learn best practices for listing content and APIs that can help you turn trials into purchase.

Topics covered:
Marketplace, Go-to-Market, Marketing

Products covered:
Ecosystem

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Track 5

What's New

Learn about the latest and greatest opportunities and features within the Atlassian Ecosystem, like Trello Power-ups.

Building for the Future: Design Your Add-on with Tomorrow in Mind

04 May 13:30 - 14:15 | Room 112

Successful Marketplace add-ons use common design patterns and strong visual design. Lucy Denton will walk us through the design principles when extending JIRA's UI. Learn by example how you can take full advantage of these best practices in your add-on.

Topics covered:
Design, Usability, Customer Experience

Products covered:
JIRA Software, JIRA Core, JIRA Service Desk, Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket, Ecosystem

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Developing Powerful Trello Power-Ups

04 May 16:45 - 17:30 | Room 112

Combining Trello’s robust API with the Power-Up platform gives developers the ability to create deep integrations with rich user experiences right inside of Trello. Join Bentley Cook as we deep dive into Trello’s RESTful API and explore its numerous resources and their relationships. Then, we’ll cover the technical implementation details and capabilities of Power-Ups. Finally, we’ll explore best practices on integrating your app with Trello’s platform. The end result: Power-Ups that provide your team greater perspective and seamless workflows.

Topics covered:
Trello, Power-Ups

Products covered:
Trello

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Developing with Design Consistency - An Overview

04 May 14:30 - 15:15 | Room 112

Design consistency is achievable with reusable component libraries like React. Jony Cheung will show a library of components to aid in building design consistency. Learn how easy it is to incorporate interactive visual design into your add-on.

Topics covered:
Design, Usability, Customer Experience

Products covered:
Ecosystem

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The Trello Power-Up Opportunity

04 May 15:45 - 16:30 | Room 112

Power-Ups turn Trello boards into living applications. Join Hamid Palo, Director of Product at Trello to learn about the vision for the Power-Up platform and how to build a business on this popular and flexible tool. He'll give you the inside scoop on the most in-demand Power-Ups yet to be built, as well as a sneak peek at new and upcoming features.

Topics covered:
Trello, Power-Ups, Go-to-Market

Products covered:
Trello

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AtlasCamp Schedule

Go in with a game plan and start creating your AtlasCamp schedule today.

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Registration: 7:00 - 20:00

Time Sessions Special Events
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16:00
Special Events
ShipIt Live 16:45 - 17:45
18:00
Special Events
Diversity in Tech 18:00 - 19:30
20:00
Special Events
Atlassian Bash 20:00 - 23:00

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Registration: 7:00 - 17:30

Partner Pavilion & Feedback Zone: 9:00 - 19:00

Time Sessions Special Events
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AtlasCamp & Partner Day Keynote 10:00 - 10:45
11:00
Special Events
AtlasCamp 1:1 Meetings 11:00 - 12:00
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Breakout Sessions 11:15 - 12:00
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Special Events
Lunchtime Table Topics 12:00 - 13:30
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Breakout Sessions 13:30 - 14:15
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Special Events
AtlasCamp 1:1 Meetings 13:30 - 17:00
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Breakout Sessions 14:30 - 15:15
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Breakout Sessions 15:45 - 16:30
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Breakout Sessions 16:45 - 17:30
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Special Events
AtlasCamp & Partner Day Happy Hour 17:30 - 19:00

Friday, 5 May 2017

Registration: 8:00 - 16:00

Feedback Zone: 9:00 - 15:00

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Breakout Sessions 9:00 - 9:45
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AtlasCamp 1:1 Meetings 9:00 - 12:00
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Breakout Sessions 10:00 - 10:45
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Breakout Sessions 13:00 - 13:45
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AtlasCamp 1:1 Meetings 13:00 - 15:00
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Breakout Sessions 14:00 - 14:45

Session spotlight

Take a sneak peek at some of the exciting sessions that will take the stage at AtlasCamp.

Building Search for Bitbucket Cloud

Stefan Saasen, Bitbucket Architect, Atlassian

Discover how we built search for Bitbucket Cloud using a Microservices approach, leveraging the foundation we shipped in Bitbucket Server. Hear about the challenges faced when building search for millions of users, building on top of the Bitbucket Connect platform, the approach the team took, and the lessons we learned.

Closing the Deal: How Atlassian Partners Help Grow Your User Base

Steve Cross, Americas Channel Manager, Atlassian

Learn how Brikit drives 50% of its total current revenue via Atlassian Solution Partners and how messaging, positioning, and "segmenting" led Brikit to success in the Atlassian Ecosystem.

Designing Add-ons for Atlassian Products: The Do’s & Don’ts

Lucy Denton, Designer, Atlassian

Join us to discuss the the top three things you’ll need to design and build successful add-ons for Atlassian products. Lucy Denton, Atlassian’s Ecosystem UX Designer, will walk you through the resources you’ll need to consume Atlassian’s design language, and tools to help you create your own add-ons.

Agile and DevOps 101: From Concepts to Products in Weeks, Not Months

Tanguy Crusson, Principal Product Manager, Atlassian

There is a new way of working that's causing disruption in every industry. It combines agile, DevOps, Lean Startup mentality, and constant experimentation. A day in the life of a successful Atlassian product team. Learn how we use these principles to enable small teams to be both bold and effective.


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