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Chicago AUG Lunch Series - July 2017 Edition

Jul 31, 2017, 4:30 – 6:00 PM

Hey Chicago! We're doing lunch. Join us for a bite to eat and have a chance to talk with community peers about your Atlassian environment.


About this event

Hey Chicago! We're doing lunch.

That's right. We've heard about the rush hour commutes and that they keep away some of our members. So we've arranged lunch series events.

Now, while we're running this, we will also continue our regular evening meetups with our partners, continuing to offer rich content, presentations, demonstrations and thought provoking Q&A. Peter and Greg have been brewing up content and we'll have an evening event coming soon.

What to expect:

We've setup a lunch event at Monks Pub. This will be a social mixer where you can talk with your peers about Atlassian products in use at your organization. No formal presentation. This will be driven by you to share and ask questions with your peers.

For our July event, special guests Neil Riley and Jamie Echlin of Scriptrunner fame will join us.

You certainly will not go hungry. We'll have a limited selection of food and non-alcoholic drinks from the menu.

RSVP's are limited to 30 attendee's during this event.

Please update your RSVP if you cannot attend. We're expecting solid turn out and want to make sure we can get as many members in as possible.

Your feedback is extremely important. Let us know your thoughts.


  • Peter DeWitt

    Atlassian Community


  • Gregory Van Den Ham

    Atlassian Community Events




Monday, July 31, 2017
4:30 PM – 6:00 PM UTC


Event Ends

Community Leaders

  • Peter DeWitt

    Manager, Application Administration

  • Greg Koeberl

    Director of Business Development

  • Esther Strom

    ACE Leader

  • Kayla Baack


    Community Leader

Contact host

Global sponsor

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Monks Pub

Where Atlassian users meet and share best practices