Didn’t make it to San Jose for Summit 2016? Catch up on all the latest announcements with full replays of featured keynotes and breakout sessions.
- 5 Tips for Great Product Design
Kelly Snow, Lead Designer, Atlassian
- 7 Secrets of Successful HipChat Integrations
Anatoli Kazatchkov, Development Manager for HipChat Ecosystem, Atlassian
- Accelerating Add-on Development From Concept to Launch
Dave Elkan, Co-Founder & CTO, Arijea
- Automate Your Business with Atlassian
Louis Lepper, Software Developer, Atlassian
- Building Software Fast with Freelancers & JIRA
Lisa-Anne Chung, Senior Product Manager, Upwork
- ChatBots Everywhere - How Financial Engines Made Their EV Charging Stations Chat With Them
Alexander Yavorskiy, CTO, Financial Engines, Inc.
David Chou, Staff DevOps Engineer, Financial Engines, Inc.
- Connect + Docker + AWS = Bitbucket Pipelines
Nathan Burrell, Senior Developer, Atlassian
- Creating Your Team's Dream Home in Confluence
Ben Mackie, Development Manager, Atlassian
Brian Swift, Principal Product Manager, Atlassian
- Great Add-ons for Improving Teamwork
Luke Kilpatrick, Developer Program Manager, Atlassian
- Saving Money by Optimising Your Cloud Add-on Infrastructure
Patrick Streule, Architect, Atlassian
Klaus Ihlberg, Development Team Lead, Atlassian
5 Tips for Great Product Design
Design product by developing empathy for your users and understanding the tasks they are trying to accomplish. How do I know what to design? When do I test it? When is a design complete?
This talk will present iterative design and testing method that is light weight and can significantly improve your product design.
7 Secrets of Successful HipChat Integrations
One of the great things about HipChat is its ability to support add-ons that pull useful information from other systems into team chat rooms. Many teams use add-ons to do things like notify them about incidents, track marketing metrics, or organize team projects.
But, getting teams to use the right add-ons in the right way can be a challenge. While many provide a lot of value to the team, others don't get much adoption.
Learn what makes for a successful HipChat add-on from HipChat Ecosystem team manager, Anatoli Kazatchkov, who has studied the essential traits of popular add-ons. You will learn how to avoid making your add-ons too noisy, how to make the functionality discoverable, and how to provide the right information in the right context.
Accelerating Add-on Development From Concept to Launch
In this session you'll learn how Arijea uses react, redux and webpack to rapidly and reliably develop Atlassian add-ons. Dave Elkan, Co-Founder of Arijea, will detail the challenges he faced and the techniques he employs to build JIRA Software add-ons in record time.
Automate Your Business with Atlassian
While Atlassian users get excited when they see the most popular add-ons in the marketplace, few see the potential of a custom built add-on tailored to their business. In our cloud-based products, the Connect platform makes it easier than ever to craft solutions that drastically reduce the number of manual tasks your workers have to do. In this talk, I give insider tips on how we do automation at Atlassian, and tell a story that shows how some businesses can automate their entire workflow with Atlassian tools.
Building Software Fast with Freelancers & JIRA
In the modern workforce your team needs to scale up and down just as fast as your servers and technology demands do. Learn from Upwork how to add people with specific skill sets to your team on demand. The new Upwork Job Post for JIRA add-on lets you easily hire the skilled freelancers you need to get those JIRA tickets resolved faster than ever.
ChatBots Everywhere - How Financial Engines Made Their EV Charging Stations Chat With Them
If you drive an Electric Vehicle and charge it at work, or elsewhere, then you know it can be tough to share charging stations, especially when supply is limited. By integrating HipChat with ChargePoint API, Hubot and AWS, we created EV Concierge - a smart chatbot that makes EV charger sharing efficient and fun. It significantly improved our charging throughput and created a growing EV enthusiast community.
Connect + Docker + AWS = Bitbucket Pipelines
If you are planning on building a connect integration for any of the Atlassians cloud offerings, growth, performance, and stability should be your highest priorities. In addition, you have to think of keeping the cost down, delivering the product on time, and keeping both users and developers happy.
In this session, Nathan Burrell will talk about the architecture of Bitbucket Pipelines (Beta) which is a feature of Bitbucket Cloud that is integrated via connect, runs on AWS and heavily utilises docker. He will walk you through examples that show how one can implement a solid integration while staying aligned and meeting all previously mentioned priorities. You will learn about best practices, software architecture insights, and the technologies that are readily available to assist you in your endeavours.
Creating Your Team's Dream Home in Confluence
Is your team's Confluence home cosy and clean? Or perhaps a bit messy and hectic?
With a number of new add-ons available, and a new version of the platform to build on, you can shape Confluence to suit your team's style and workflow. In this talk, we will show you how to build your teams' dream home in Conflulence. We will cover:
- New add-ons available in the marketplace and how you can easily integrate them with Confluence.
- New patterns such as page extensions, custom content, and themes and the use cases they solve.
Great Add-ons for Improving Teamwork
Learn about the latest and greatest Atlassian Add-ons and how they can make your team work better.
Saving Money by Optimising Your Cloud Add-on Infrastructure
People love the freedom and control that comes with hosting an add-on in the cloud, but financially speaking, that freedom doesn't come for free. You'll end up paying for your servers whether they serve requests or not, and of course, someone is needed to monitor and upgrade these servers.
In this talk, we will cover best practices on how to get a simple and inexpensive cloud add-on going for Hipchat, Bitbucket, Confluence and JIRA without all the overhead of running your own servers. We'll cover serverless technologies like AWS Lambda, static frontends, and how you can use JIRA and Confluence to host your add-on data.