Listening to customers at scale is a true challenge. Understanding customers at scale is even more challenging. What users are feeling and experiencing as customers. To put themselves in your shoes.
As many of you know, Atlassian announced that they’re going to discontinue their two communications products — Hipchat and Stride. This was a significant decision for all of us and not one to take lightly.
Join us as we share tips and tricks and demonstrate how to integrate slack with Atlassian tools.
AUG Nairobi is an award-winning community. (SET THE STANDARD 2018 - Atlassian Summit 2018, 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 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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A Computer Scientist and true entrepreneur, he is the founder of Banta Technologies (BT). He has always been passionate about technology and how it can be used to leverage and transform Africa in the way we live, work, play and govern. When it comes to building, his ultimate goal is to make the world a better place. Banta is an entrepreneur and an engineer on the bleeding edge of technology.
Paul Maina has been a software developer for 18 years and has been focussed more on web-based technologies. Old school technologies still take the cake (tried and tested and faster implementation). He currently works for the UN Environment and is heavily involved in building and maintaining existing applications. He is currently managing the organization's Jira, Bitbucket and Confluence instances as well as managing the server farm hosted on the cloud and wholly running on CentOS.
He has previously worked with a number of private organizations and some international organizations as well. One of the applications he built won an award for the best solution from an African country at the Stockholm Challenge in 2006. He is well versed in PHP, .Net and C# platforms. He is what can be described as a Full Stack developer with some extra roles in System Administration in Windows and Linux based platforms as well as Database Management on MySQL, SQL Server, and PostgreSQL.
Outside of work, Paul loves fast cars and loves manual control when driving. he also has a knack for cooking gourmet dishes. His love for action-packed movies and TV series completes his weekends. He is currently on a diet programme to shed off his tummy and acquire a beach body.
Atlassian Community Leader