Upcoming Atlassian events
Watch full replays of keynotes and breakout sessions from Summit 2017. Then join the conversation with Summit speakers on the Atlassian Community.
Bentley Cook, Trello Developer Advocate, Atlassian
Hamid Palo, Director of Product - Partnerships, Trello, Atlassian
Lucy Denton, UX Designer, Atlassian
Cameron Savage, Senior Product Manager, Atlassian
Carl Washburn, Digital Devices Quality, Eli Lilly and Company
Michael Iglesias, Digital Devices Quality, Eli Lilly and Company
Michael McNeil, Managing Partner, Expium
Pilar Quiroz, Senior Staff Operation Engineer, Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Colleen Kasprzak, Associate, Corporate Strategy, WeWork
Michael Sheppard, Sr. Application Security Engineer, Domino's
Tim Wong, Principal Technical Account Manager, LaunchDarkly
Peter Van de Voorde, Developer Relations, Atlassian
Trello Developer Advocate, Atlassian
Director of Product - Partnerships, Trello, Atlassian
Ready to take Trello to the next level? Power-Ups are the best way to dial in your teams' Trello boards to match your refined processes. We’ll dive into what Power-Ups are, why they exist, and briefly note some of the most popular Power-Ups and their functionality. Then, we’ll look at specific examples of teams using Power-Ups to complement and level up their processes. Finally, we’ll dive deep into the Custom Fields Power-Up, how teams use it, getting data from it, and how you and your team can build your own Power-Up to extend it.
How do you publish a document to two separate and vastly different platforms? Now add in the need for author collaboration with your engineering team and legal compliance publishing and you have a real publishing challenge. The Technical Communications team at one of the world’s largest credit rating agencies built a flexible, cost-effective documentation publishing system using Confluence, XML, and some clever customization and processes. In this talk, the speakers will show how they built out that system and how it delivers a great customer experience.
UX Designer, Atlassian
Lucy is a Sydney based UX Designer, with a background in computer science and multi-disciplinary design. Working in Atlassian's Ecosystem team, Lucy has the unique role of helping third-party vendors create well designed add-ons and integrations for Atlassian products.
Building apps for Atlassian tools is a great way to enhance the existing functionality and customise the tools to suit your company's business needs. Ideally, customisations should integrate well with the tools' UX so your colleagues can easily understand and use your apps. But sometimes spending hours understanding the apps design guidelines seems like overkill for an internal-only customisation.
In this session, Atlassian Ecosystem UX designer Lucy Denton, will share common ways people customise tools and defined design patterns for doing so. Learn how to make your customisations for JIRA and Confluence simple to use, professionally integrated, and most importantly easy to design, create and maintain.
Senior Product Manager, Atlassian
Cameron is an Atlassian Product Manager with a passion for learning and building. He has always been fascinated by architecture, physics, studio art, robotics, gadgets, and majored in creative writing – and found a place to feed those interests in Product Development. Currently, Cameron and his teams are focused on bringing the very best messaging and communication solutions to Atlassian customers. Before joining Atlassian in 2015, he helped establish, and grow, the Mobile program at RetailMeNot into a strategic pillar for the company.
Stride offers an evolution on chat tools that helps you and your team move work forward, together. Come learn how with Stride Senior Product Manager, Cameron Savage, as he discusses the ways the Stride team communication tool empowers you and your team to talk, meet, decide, and do.
Digital Devices Quality, Eli Lilly and Company
Siemens Medical Janssen Pharmaceutical Eli Lilly and Company
Bringing new medical innovations to market can be extremely challenging when requirements and regulations are guiding you. Carl Washburn and Michael Iglesias of Eli Lilly oversee quality for digital platforms to support its therapeutic products. Each digital platform is regulated and must strictly comply with guidelines and standards for software as a medical device. In this presentation, find out how an out-of-the-box Atlassian stack can be customized to meet strict regulatory requirements.
Managing Partner, Expium
Michael McNeil drives Expium's and Oasis Digital's corporate priorities. With 25+ years experience in technology project management, Michael has a deep understanding of the underlying technology and the discipline required to be successful. Michael is also called on by our customers for leadership during organizational change. Michael writes extensively and is very active in education and local government. You can learn more on his personal blog at mmcneil.com.
Senior Staff Operation Engineer, Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
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The Electronics Research Laboratory from Volkswagen Group of America uses Jira to manage traditional software development. After adopting Jira for their software team they wondered if Jira could be used in other areas to enhance overall productivity. In this case, Jira was used as the underlying platform to create a Web App that manages the life-cycle of prototype vehicles from build to destruction as well as their maintenance inside the car, event scheduling, even the service bay the car was sitting in. Learn how through this project, Volkswagen came to view Atlassian as critical to their business processes, not just their software development and how these can be applied to your company.
Associate, Corporate Strategy, WeWork
WeWork is making significant strides in connecting members to the space, services, and community needed to create their life’s work. To scale effectively, it was essential to build an internal knowledge sharing platform that enables the WeWork team to be successful in a similar way. In this presentation, Colleen Kasprzak, Corporate Strategy Associate, will discuss the evolution of WeWork Connect from a grassroots effort to an on-brand corporate intranet for employees. By leveraging Confluence and available theming marketplace apps, a solution was developed that promotes interdepartmental transparency and collaboration, while connecting global team members through an interface that aligns with WeWork's core company values.
Sr. Application Security Engineer, Domino's
Mr. Michael Sheppard is an experienced Application Security Risk Management professional specializing in reducing business risk at the application layer throughout the development lifecycle. As an Application Security professional, he expertise’s in building out Static and Dynamic Application Security Testing Automation as part of a Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment process for DevOps pipelines. His skill sets include Secure Coding Support and Training for Developers, Application Security Testing and Assessments, Application Security Risk Engagement and Requirements, Security Tools Implementation, Integration and Automation, Issue Triage and Reporting and AppSec KPI Metrics Dashboarding. He has been responsible for providing Secure Software Development guidance, securing web applications developed in Java, C/C++, .net (C#) and PHP utilizing known secure coding best practices. He has lead Application Security Testing activities utilizing IBM Security AppScan Enterprise version 9.0, HP Web Inspect, Burp Suite, HP Fortify SCA, IBM Security AppScan Source for Analysis, Veracode, Checkmarx, and NetSparker. He utilizes the OWASP’s Top Ten list as the framework for all of his projects, as well as incorporating the OWASP ESAPI Library and Imperva WAF as a primary software security solutions. Mr. Sheppard has extensive experience planning and implementing Continuous Application Security Programs, while leading Security Testers, QA Engineers and Software Developers.
Come listen to Domino's Pizza share how they transformed a complex, multi-ticket, time-consuming process into an automated workflow. Using deep knowledge of Atlassian tools, a little ingenuity, and a lot of ITSM, a great partner in Forty8Fifty Labs, and DevOps best practices, Domino's IT Team responds faster than ever.
Principal Technical Account Manager, LaunchDarkly
Today's software companies are trying to move faster than ever before. Feature flagging is a way for to reduce risk, increase the amount of visibility, and improve your ability to respond to change. Learn how you can begin utilizing feature flagging effectively, and how Atlassian flags with LaunchDarkly to ship software daily.
Peter Van de Voorde
Developer Relations, Atlassian
Peter is part of the developer experience team at Atlassian. Once upon a time, he used to be a Java developer, a Scrum Master, and an Atlassian Solution Partner. Now he's focussed on supporting developers build the best apps they can on top of the Atlassian tools.
You want to help your team by automating business workflows, but how do you know when and where to use automation? How can you unleash the full potential of automation using scripts and apps? And what are some pitfalls you need to be aware of?
In this talk, Peter Van de Voorde of Atlassian will walk you through what automation with scripts and apps entails, when you should use it, and what to watch out for. So you can use automation to unleash the potential of your team.
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