Atlassian Gatherings In Boston and SF!
Far too long between posts! Currently back in the SF office for the week, en route back to Sydney from Europe & NY. More about that later.
For now, if you’re in Boston or San Francisco, why not come to our upcoming user groups there? Boston is on this Thursday at MIT (June 21) and San Francisco is the following week (June 28).
I’ll be back in Sydney by then unfortunately but Scott (the other fearless Atlassian leader and all around good bloke) and a contingent of other Atlassians will be at both events.
Why turn up?
The main idea of our user groups is to bring customers together to talk about using our products. There’s always a fantastic vibe in the room as people talk about how they use various features, or map the products onto their business processes.
We’ve run them successfully in Virginia, Germany, Belgium and each time they get great reviews from the attendees.
Beyond that, we usually have:
- formal presentations on interesting plugins and deployments built by our partners,
- a handful of customer’s sharing their experiences,
- information about upcoming features and company developments,
- and the Atlassian’s in attendance will gladly tell you out about Bamboo and Crowd
(you did know we have 4 products now? I know I’ve been slack at blogging about them).
If you’re at all interested, take a look at the agendas linked from the Atlassian news blog and RSVP!