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WHEN COLLABORATION IS TORN: PTC’s lockdown survival with Confluence

Columbus
Tue, Oct 19, 2021, 6:30 PM (EDT)

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A Pecha Kucha by Andy of PTC, demonstrating how critical the use of Confluence has been the last year for a project team had spent every day in the office, until it suddenly if got ripped apart by the lockdown situation - and more challenges like bringing in team members from foreign climbs...!

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A Pecha Kucha by Andy of PTC, demonstrating how critical the use of Confluence has been the last year for a project team had spent every day in the office, until it suddenly if got ripped apart by the lockdown situation - and more challenges like bringing in team members from foreign climbs...!

Speaker

  • Andy Barker

    Andy Barker

    Old Street Solutions

    Atlassian Experience Architect

    The most FUN when it comes to managing SERIOUS business 💙 💪 🤓 #Atlassian #Agile #Jira #Confluence #Trello #ADHD #Neurodivergent

    “Knowledge is power; sharing knowledge is powerful.”

    Born in the greatest UK city with the worst airport, Luton, Andy Barker spent his early years playing waterpolo, dabbling in photography, and singing in the National Youth Choir of Great Britain.

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Moderators

  • Kimberly Deal

    Kimberly Deal

    Columbus Atlassian User Group Leader

  • Kevin Stanley

    Kevin Stanley

    Columbus Atlassian User Group Leader

  • Greg Sprowls

    Greg Sprowls

    Columbus Atlassian Community Leader

  • Scott Boisvert

    Scott Boisvert

    Columbus Atlassian Community Leader

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When

Tuesday, Oct 19
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)

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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