"Atlassian Tools and Practices to help your teams Get Shit Done!". As the title suggests, the objective was to introduce attendees to Atlassian Team Playbooks, Health Monitors, and the tools including Confluence, Jira, Status Page, Trello, Bitbucket, and Bamboo.
1. Team Breakouts (45Min)
2. Team Health Monitor (45 minutes)
3. Project Poster (45 minutes)
In this section, we will be providing three strategic objectives for all teams. Each team will be responsible for coming up with a new feature to existing Atlassian Products, or a new product. The feature or product should align with any one of the strategic objectives provided.
Each team will be responsible for coming up with a new feature or product, that aligns with either Collaboration or ITSM or Developer Productivity.
You will use Project Poster to brainstorm the idea, and answer two questions:
The team will create a Confluence page using the Project Poster Blueprint, and answer the above questions in the "Ready to make it" section of the project poster.
4. Products Demo & Overview (120minutes)
4. Tracking Epics, Stories in Jira Software (45 minutes)
Each team will create an Epic in Jira, that is linked to the Project Poster page in Confluence. Each team will also move it to In Progress state and assign it to a developer.
5. Code in Bitbucket and deploy in Bamboo (45 minutes)
Note: This section needs additional setup.
Developers in each team will clone the repository, and create an HTML page to market their new feature or product. Upon commit, the repository is built and deployed to an accessible web server or an S3 bucket.
6. Demonstration and Wrap-up (60 minutes)
Each team demonstrate their published HTML pages, or simply read out their project poster section answering the key questions of what they are doing, and why will a customer want this.
How plays like project poster benefit teams by establishing a shared understanding.
AUG Nairobi is an award-winning community. (MOST ACTIVE in EMEA 2017-Atlassian Summit Europe 2017) and (Global MASTER OF CONVERSION WINNER 2017-Atlassian Summit US 2017). The Atlassian User Group Nairobi encourages better use of Atlassian tools, share best practices, case studies and individual perspectives. This group has an abundance of Atlassian Experts and customers in the area - let's take advantage of each other's expertise. If you've got a topic to present or questions you need to be answered, we're here to help. RSVP to our next meeting or join the group to be notified of upcoming events and AUG news.
The Atlassian User Group Nairobi encourages better use of Atlassian tools, share best practices, case studies and individual perspectives.
This is an open forum to discuss and suggest features and changes to Atlassian communities in building better products.
AUG meet-ups are where Atlassian users, entrepreneurs, engineers and business acumen meet to share their experience on how they use Atlassian tools to increase productivity and ship products.
This group is open to all fellow Atlassian users who are like-minded and interested to share ideas & knowledge. This is an open forum to discuss and suggest features and changes to Atlassian communities in building better products.
This group has an abundance of Atlassian Experts and customers in the area - let's take advantage of each other's expertise. We meet every other month to talk about all things Atlassian, from JIRA, dashboards to perfecting your Stash workflow. If you've got a topic to present or questions you need to be answered, we're here to help. RSVP to our next meeting or join the group to be notified of upcoming events and AUG news.
As usual, we will have swag, pizza, beer, and great conversations! We are excited to see you all again soon!
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Senior Software Engineer
Senior Software Developer
Intellectual Apps Ltd
Bio: Developer,Tech evangelist,trainer
Daniel is a dedicated person who is positive in every aspect of life. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. Nairuby Mombasa Co-Organizer, Open Source Enthusiast, Tech Evangelist, Data Analyst(using R and SPSS) and a Web Developer who loves Ruby but also plays with Nodejs and python.
Abel Masila is a Designer and Developer. He focuses on user problems and provide genuine solutions. I specialize in web design, UI and UX design and of course... front end development.
Victor Abedi is a software developer and technopreneur in the health space in Kenya. Featured in many health magazines and TV show (the_econimist). He is founder and systems engineer Unganisha 911 a mobile platform which helps people request for the ambulance's when in need.
Muhammad Samu best known as Auwal MS is a Software Engineer based in Lafia-Nigeria, he works remotely for Intellectual Apps Ltd, a software consultancy firm that is into building technical solutions for clients. Before joining Intellectual Apps, Auwal MS has worked in different companies in Lagos and Abuja Nigeria where he has build different SAAS product for those companies. Auwal MS organises many different tech communities including Google Developers Group Lafia and Abuja, Forloop Abuja and Wecode Abuja. He spends most of his spare time speaking on cool and interesting technology at tech meetups.
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