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An Informal AUG - Discussion Roundtable

Columbus
Mon, May 8, 2017, 6:00 PM (EDT)

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About this event

Atlassian User Group event: Discussion Roundtable

What is an Informal AUG? Glad you asked! It is an Open Discussion Night, to connect with your fellow users and discuss topics that matter the most to you.  We will be working with a Lean Coffee Format.  Haven't heard of Lean Coffee? (check them out here http://leancoffee.org/) In short, we'll make a list of topics you want to talk about, vote on them, and start discussing.  We'll keep track of topics to discuss at future Informal AUGs and drive our search for speakers at our other events around what you want to talk about.  Its a great way to get involved with your user group.  Topics can be anything from "What Is Portfolio?", to best practices for user management and we will even be happy to answer "How do you do this *thing*?" questions. It's a really great opportunity for you to connect with Atlassian Power Users and drive the direction of the user group meeting topics!  

We will be meeting in the Panera Community Room.  Free Wifi will be available.  I will have powerstrips with me, though you may wish to bring extention cords if you have power needs.  Regular and Decaf coffee will be provided to fuel us in our creative endeavors.

Please note, while the location is near campus, there is a large surface lot behind the restaurant with plenty of parking.

*note*  Sign up to be a Featured Attendee and be registered for a drawing to get a Trello Swag gift!

When

Monday, May 8
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)

Where

Panera Bread
300 W Lane Ave Columbus43201

Group Leaders

  • Kimberly Deal

    Kimberly Deal

    Columbus AUG

    Atlassian User Group Leader

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  • Kevin Stanley

    Kevin Stanley

    notrewind studios

    Chief Everything

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