Altassian London User Group - May 2014

  • May 6, 2014 · 6:00 PM
  • Cutlers Exchange


Hot off the heels of Atlassian’s awesome Roadtrip to London, we’re straight into our next Atlassian User Group. Welcome to any first-timers who were at the RoadTrip. Feel free to stop any of us and ask questions.

Food and beverages will be served as always, so come hang out, learn and have a beer on us!

Date: Tuesday 6th May 2014

Time: 6.00pm – 9:30pm

Location: Cutlers Exchange, 123 Houndsditch, London, EC3A 7BU.

Nearest Tube: Liverpool St or Aldgate

Agenda

18:00 - Registration

18:30 - AUG Welcome – Matthew Cobby & Phill Fox

18:40 - EXCLUSIVE AUG Video News; Sven – Atlassian Ambassador

18:50 - “The Five Top Challenges Faced by Confluence Administrators” – Steve Goldberg

19:10 – 19:30 Using nFeed to link JIRA to Salesforce - Aude Dusacre [Valiantys]

19:30 - Short break for refreshments & networking – go meet & chat!

19:50 – “Prototyping: Flyaway Success or Crash and Burn?” – Phill Fox (Live Demo)

20:15 - AUG Micro Talks – This is your opportunity to be heard!  60 seconds to tell us your “elevator pitch”, what’s the latest thing you’ve worked on, what is your biggest problem, what’s your idea for the next best thing.  After each pitch, we open to the floor for a max of 5 mins for people to Q&A the topic.  There are no restrictions on the subject, this is decided by you!

20:30/45 - Pub!  Socialise & join us & Atlassian for a few drinks @ The Magpie, New Street, a short 2 minute walk from Cutlers Exchange and on the way back to Liverpool Street!

Food will be served during the evening, beers, tea & coffees will be served.

Our thanks also go to Atlassian for providing the food & drink for tonight and The Collinson Group for providing the venue. We couldn’t do this without their help.

Directions

Our meeting today is in the offices of The Collinson Group. You will need to ask at reception for the Atlassian User Group.

There are two entrances to the building, one on Houndsditch and one on Cutler Street (right next to the City Travelodge). USE THE CUTLER STREET ENTRANCE.

It will be best to use the Cutler Street Entrance if possible, see the Google Map.  The Houndsditch entrance will be closed after 18:30hrs.

To get to The Magpie after the meet, it's a short walk through Devonshire Square.  Ask us for directions on the night.

http://www.nicholsonspubs.co.uk/themagpiebishopsgatelondon/findus/

Nearest Coffee shop: If you arrive early, the nearest cafe is Costa Coffee at [masked] Houndsditch.


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  • Kevin S.

    Slightly fuzzy head here, but a good night last night. Really enjoyed Phill's demo. Maybe we should do more of these interactive sessions..?

    May 7, 2014

    • Phill F.

      Glad you enjoyed the presentation Kevin. It worked so well with being able to play the presentation against the pen and paper approach with Jamie. It will be interesting to see the feedback from the attendees. Or to read any more comments on here.
      It is a shame my current role does not allow me to do more presentations as I really enjoyed the interaction with the crowd!

      May 14, 2014

  • Steve G.

    Just noticed that the name of the event is "Altassian ..." - the technical writer side of me is disappointed I didn't notice it sooner.

    1 · May 7, 2014

    • Matthew C.

      That would be me... <sigh> Must have been having a moment.

      May 7, 2014

  • Steve G.

    Pleasure to present to you guys yesterday. If anybody is interested in the slides I can put them on Dropbox or something. Crucially, the issues I would *love* you guys to vote on are CONF-19054, CONF-9699, CONF-7681, CONF-33425 and CONF-7089.

    2 · May 7, 2014

    • Steve G.

      May 7, 2014

    • Kevin S.

      Enjoyed the presentation, was good to hear some user gripes and frustrations, I liked the way you offered some solutions where possible. :)

      May 7, 2014

  • Daniel P.

    Nice mix of presentation videos and alternative media. Perhaps a bit product focused, even though that is understandably a bit difficult to avoid.

    1 · May 7, 2014

    • Kevin S.

      Thanks for the feedback, how could we improve? What 'non product' discussions could we include?

      May 7, 2014

  • Matthew C.

    Thanks to everyone who came along last night. Also a huge thank you to Steve Goldberg, Aude Dusacre/Valiantys and Phill Fox for their talks & everyone who did a Micro Talk. As Kevin said, let us know if you want more interactive sessions.

    May 7, 2014

  • Kevin S.

    Great AUG, much fun

    1 · May 6, 2014

    • Steve G.

      So Atlassian. Very Confluence.

      1 · May 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hello,
    Can you tell me what will be prototyped in the “Prototyping: Flyaway Success or Crash and Burn?” talk please?
    Cheers.

    May 1, 2014

    • Phill F.

      Hi Mick, Part of the vagueness is to give me the opportunity to adjust to the day. But it is essentially around prototyping interfaces. Feel free to send me a personal message if you want to discuss further.

      May 1, 2014

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