Atlassian Team in Town and After the Summit Recap

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THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW Join us at NextEra to talk about the Atlassian Summit 2019. What is new and coming soon. From Atlassian, Mike McGreevy will be in town with some exciting news and from Isos Technology Ian will be providing some Portfolio 3.0 highlights. Missing this meeting is not an option! We will have a good time, good dinner and good content. (A dinner is not enough? well we also have breakfast on 4/24). In addition, we invited one of our Palm Beach AUG members (Bob Pedraza) to share with us his new adventure Crossing for a Cure to generate Cystic Fibrosis awareness, he will be kayaking from Bahamas to Florida. The Atlassian team will be there to support!


RSVP deadline is Mon April 22 This is so we have time to register attendees with NextEra Security. Attendees must bring photo ID. Follow the signs to Visitor Parking. Check in at the main lobby. If an attendee works for a competitor of NextEra, they won’t be permitted into the building. We will have folks to escort attendees from the lobby to the Innovation Center and then back to the lobby when they’re ready to leave.

5:15 PM: Welcome and Dinner
Let's start warming up!
5:30 PM: AUG Member and Crossing for a Cure
Bob Pedraza will tell us more about his new adventure and how the Atlassian team can be part of it!
5:45 PM: Atlassian Team Review
Mike will share his Summit experience and Atlassian news.
6:30 PM: News about Portfolio for Jira
Ian from Isos Technology will share with us some highlights of the just released Portfolio for jira 3.0


Mike McGreevy - Atlassian (Technical Account Manager)
Mike is a Technical Account Manager at Atlassian, where he serves as a single point of access across all of Atlassian for the company's largest enterprise customers. Mike helps Atlassian's enterprise customers maximize their gains in team productivity by providing best practices on deployment of Atlassian solutions, optimizing processes and feature usage on the toolset, risk mitigation through operational reviews, and strategies for scale and availability. Mike's background includes over twelve years of experience in the software industry, over six of which involved serving as an Atlassian application administrator among other former roles of software engineer, Scrum Master, and process improvement team lead. In his free time, Mike enjoys playing board games, attending and performing in live theatre, and spending time with his wife where they live in Champaign, Illinois.

Ian Cooperman - Isos Technology (Consultant)
He is an Atlassian Certified Professional: Agile for JIRA and JIRA Project Administrator. When he is not “geeking out” on all things Atlassian, he spends his time with family, surfing, serving his church and community, and occasionally dabbles in real estate investing.

Robert "Bob" Pedraza - DSS, Inc. (Manager of Partner Relations)
Bob is the Manager of Partner Relations at DSS and he is managing all the DSS interaction with organizations that assist veterans. He is also involved with other local organizations that provides services, being sure that DSS, Inc is a social aware company. He will be paddling a solo kayak across the Gulf Stream to raise funds to generate awareness on Cystic Fibrosis.

Hosted By
Fabian Lopez, Atlassian User Group Leader

Christopher Heritage, Release Manager, Atlassian Guru

Jennifer Weser, Atlassian User Group Leader


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Isos Technology is a leader in solving complex business, people and technology challenges in today’s enterprise. The company’s in-depth expertise in process automation, agile software development, user experience, mobile and talent acquisition helps clients improve product quality while reducing time-to-market.


For nearly a decade, Atlassian customers have come together to network, share ideas, solve problems, and find new ways to use Atlassian products. Today, more than 15,000 people take part in Atlassian user groups in more than 30 countries.



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