If there is a place in Berlin, that looks like a spaceship crashed and somebody designed a building to hide it in, it is the location of the Atlassian Team Tour event on February 15th, 2018: Frank Gehry's DZ-Bank Building on Pariser Platz.
As we all know, Atlassian is Australian (by birth) and awesome (by nature), but also spontaneous, and so we got awesomely spontaneously the opportunity to extend the happy hour after the Team Tour event in Berlin to present our User Group.
90 minutes is not really a lot of time, so we decided to keep it it light, have a drink on the house (did we mention Australian?) and give everybody a chance to get to know our User Group and for those who already know us, to tell everybody else good things about our community.
So after a short intro about our concept and our program for 2018, our two experts from the first meeting (our Battle of the Build Servers) in January will give a short recap of their experience and answer a few open questions from the first meeting. After that we look forward to our next event in April - our Academic AUG - at TH Brandenburg - and we are not a little excited about that, because it will be our first event in Brandenburg (shame on us) and our first student event ever. So that may be a good opportunity for all the talent seekers out there to find the next generation of Atlassians. Brandenburg is closer than you think.
We conclude our 60 minutes (not more) with three lightning talks to give Atlassian Partners in our fair city and region a chance. (Volunteers wanted!)
So put on your spacesuit and join us at Axica (s. below, you'll find us, where it says "DevOps training" - so not a bad place to be) and get to know us, or just have another drink, and/or tell good things about us. Hope to see you there.
Director Business Development
PSI Software AG
Schütze Consulting AG
I am the Director Business Development of NetworkedAssets, specializing as a RedHat Advanced Business partner on JVM software architectures on Linux and the technical aspects of DevOps automation. I have 20+ years of experience in the service-provider and telecommunications industry and I still spend most of my time explaining what it actually is I am doing for a living.
Samantha Webber is working for Team International at PSI Software AG Berlin. She recently automated build processes used for a major client – a train manufacturer - in China and also set up processes for internal purposes in JIRA. She studies Informatik BSc at TU Berlin and has lived in Berlin for three years; originally she comes from Florida, USA and speaks English, German, and (somewhat fluently) Hungarian.
Andreas Caternberg is a Professional Service Consultant at CloudBees. CloudBees is a US company that offers the enterprise product based on Jenkins. Andreas has more than 15 years of experience in software development. His main focus is on Jenkins and Dev-Ops relevant topics such as Pipeline-as-Code, Docker, CI / CD, as well as scaling and high availability of Jenkins.
Mein Name ist Jan Beckert. Seit 2015 studiere ich Wirtschaftsinformatik an der TH-Brandenburg und arbeite seit Mitte 2016 als studentische Hilfskraft. Zunächst im Rahmen der Lehre (Modellierung von Geschäftsprozessen mit BPMN) und später in der Unterstützung von Forschungsprojekten zu semantischen Technologien. Ich reise gerne und fliege Racing-Drohnen.
At Schütze Consulting AG Jonas currently works as a consultant with focus on themes regarding the digital transformation of both the public and private sector. He mostly works on topics around e-Commerce, UX, customer journeys and enables our clients to create new and innovative customer experiences.
Atlassian Solution Architect