This is part II - and the developer edition - of our Leaving Serverland event from last year and we want to take a look at the state of Atlassian development in 2021 rom different points of view. Join us for an afternoon of demos and discussions with and from our experts from Atlassian, Accxia, Adaptavist, Decadis, k15t and Meetical (so far). And the best of all: It's free.
Like last year, we will be on Hopin (https://hopin.com) that is organized like a conference center with a main stage, an expo and parallel panels.
Lukas is a passionate entrepreneur, software developer and product manager.
Throughout his studies in Innsbruck and Berlin and during his career in IT over the last 15 years he successfully combined his strong technical skills in software engineering with his enthusiasm and deep interest for business topics and software product management.
He is all-in when it comes to great product experience, lean and agile software development and he is a seasoned expert and evangelist of Atlassian Tools like Jira and Confluence. He's engaged to help companies digitize processes and ultimately help individuals and teams become more productive.
He is Founder & CEO of Meetical, a Zurich based start-up, which is committed to help companies transform pointless Meetings into successful and effective work sessions.
Heiko hat Erfahrungen mit Atlassian Tools seit Jira Version 3.1, ~15 Jahre. Bevor er zu Accxia gewechselt ist hat er unter anderem in unterschiedlichen Management Positionen bei Vodafone gearbeitet. Heiko ist momentan für das Accxia App Business verantwortlich. Dieses beinhaltet Product Owner and Senior Consultant Rollen genauso wie die Full Stack Software Entwicklung.
Matthias is a product manager at K15t Software in Stuttgart, Germany. He has several years of professional experience in cross-system data exchange and is now working on Backbone Issue Sync to enable issue synchronization across departmental and B2B borders. When he's not developing software, you might catch him playing a boardgame.
Jean-Philippe has been working in the software industry since 2011, starting as a QA tester in the gaming industry and moving quickly to tools engineer. Tasked with helping internal customers achieve their automation vision, he learned about scriptrunner quickly. With a newly found passion for process, tools and support engineering, JP moved to a consultant role with Adaptavist where he helped customers achieve their Atlassian vision. As a customer success advocate, he now helps all Adaptavist customers get the most out of their Atlassian tools and apps, discussing today's challenges in the DevOps space and putting customers goals at the forefront of everything Adaptavist does.
Shorya is an engineer from New Zealand who flew across the Tasman to help work on developing the Ecosystem for Atlassian. He’s been involved across a number of Ecosystem projects, including Connect, GDPR and finally Forge. His team is responsible for enabling extensibility for all teams within Atlassian, as well as establishing processes for how to approach it. Outside of work, Shorya spends his time making music in his home studio (guitar, drums and EDM), as well as skiing! Lockdown’s taught him to learn to love cooking too!