We meet at contentful GmbH, Ritterstr. 12-14, 10969 Berlin.
Reachable via public transport U8 Moritzplatz. 5min by feet to Ritterstr.
18:30 Arrival, Networking, Drinks & Snacks
19:00 Welcome, Iza Prokowska, AUG Leiterin, Flexim GmbH
Update: the 5th event, Huiyi Lin, re:solution GmbH
19:10 Atlassian RoadShow: DevOps the Atlassian Way, Sean Regan, Atlassian
Content: The presentation will answer the following questions:
- What is DevOps?
- How do you begin to implement DevOps into your organization?
- How do Atlassian tools support DevOps?
19:40 Q&A with Sean
19:50 -----short break----
20:00 Agile in Distributed Teams using Atlassian platforms, Ad-time with our sponsor Nearsoft, Inc., Mónica Tye, via Skype from Mexico
Content: Remote work is more common each day, especially in tech companies. What occurs when Agile teams, who need to interact face-to-face on a daily basis happen to work remotely? We will explore the different challenges that remote work imposes on the most common Agile practices and how teams can use tools in Atlassian platforms to tackle them and actually improve their performance.
20:20 Q&A with Mónica
20:25 AUG news, Jörg Müller-Kindt, NetworkedAssets
20:35 The latest news from the Atlassian Summit EU and Atlas Camp:
21:15 Open Space, Drinks & Snacks
* English title means presentation language is English
Gesellschafter und Geschäftsführer
Sean Regan leads the Software Teams group at Atlassian building tools for software developers like JIRA, Bitbucket & SourceTree.
He started his career in IT where he received a firmly worded letter from Metallica and Dr. Dre’s lawyers about file sharing while working a sys-admin. That experience opened the doors to roles in security, compliance, data privacy and infrastructure technology.
Sean's work today focuses on helping Dev and IT teams collaborate as the practice of building, running and supporting software demands a new type of collaboration.
Today a whole new generation of companies have built their competitive advantage by being agile, focusing on disruption, and by exploiting the in-economies of scale. Atlassian plays a central role in helping these modern teams function with both tools, culture and team collaborative patterns.
Joerg is the co-lead of the Atlassian Community Berlin/Brandenburg. He has about 25 years (and counting) experience in the telecommunications and media industry. Witth his new company Inselleben.Berlin he helps clients to manage change in a rapidly changing world, focussing on telecommunications and media and everything "smart" they enable.
Joerg is devoted to life-long learning and he is a book and gadget (super) freak. Proudest achievement while finding a way around the virus: Becoming a Kanban Coaching professional (KCP).
While he is still working on a website for Inselleben.Berlin you can find him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/insellebenberlin/
Daniel Meisen is shareholder and co-CEO of kreuzwerker. He is an Atlassian Expert by Heart. Daniel has been working with Atlassian Tools for more than 15 years and is currently responsible for Atlassian Managed Hosting and Managed Services at kreuzwerker.
Atlassian Solution Architect