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Using Atlassian for State-of-the-Art Computer Science Education

Lukas Alperowitz, Technical University Munich

Dora Dzvonyar, Technical University Munich

You've probably wondered about it, and they proved it: state-of-the-art software engineering can be taught using the Atlassian stack. Dora and Lukas will show how Munich's Technical University uses JIRA, Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket (including Stash), and Bamboo for running an agile software engineering course with 100 participants and 10 industry partners. We'll show you how the tools work hand-in-hand to teach students and reduce our organizational overhead. They'll also show how the stack can be scaled to support interactive lectures with a large number of participants. Ever wondered what happens when 100 students start their own sprint at the same time in the lecture hall? Join this session and find out!

Products covered: JIRA Software, ConfluenceTeam Calendars for Confluence, HipChat, Bitbucket

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About the speakers

Lukas Alperowitz ,  Technical University Munich

Lukas Alperowitz studied Information Systems at the Technische Universit√§t M√ľnchen. He has been a member of the chair for Applied Software Engineering since 2014. He is researching about agile software development with a focus on Continuous Delivery of mobile applications. He is one of the instructors of the 100 students capstone course and loves to teach real-word software engineering to students. In his free time you can find Lukas on his bike cycling the Munich area or on the road with his backpack.

Dora Dzvonyar, Technical University Munich

Dora Dzvonyar is a doctoral candidate at the Chair of Applied Software Engineering at the Technical University Munich (TUM). As one of the instructors of a multi-project capstone course for the development of mobile applications, she teaches agile software engineering methods to 100 students in each semester. In particular, she is interested in teaching informal modeling techniques to enhance communication and feedback in software projects with ambiguous or quickly changing requirements. In her free time, she is also a hobby photographer and organizer of TEDxTUM, the local TED conference at her home university.