Taking your from product to platform. Atlassian growth. Guest speaker from Planning with Cards a nearsoft company which builds Atlassian products addons.
About this event
The Nairobi Atlassian User Group encourages better use of Atlassian tools, share best practices, case studies and individual perspectives.
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 answered, we're here to help. RSVP to our next meeting or join the group to be notified of upcoming events and AUG news.
Benefits (Key takeaways):
1. How to grow seamless
2. Why tools are important
3. Keeping the team together and focused on the vision
Agenda 1 - Introduction meet and greet
Agenda 2 - Product scenarios
Agenda 3 - Teams and Scaling
Agenda 4 - Scaling tools incoporation for growth
Agenda 5 - Networking
If you're interested in demoing your instance – live or screenshot – e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As usual we will have pizza, beer, and great conversations! We are excited to see you all again soon!
By Michael Kimathi
- Product scenarios
- Teams and Scaling
- Scaling tools incorporation for growth
Product Development - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
by Claudio Cossio (@ccossio) is part of the LABS area of Nearsoft, a software development company. He is the co-founder of Interesante.com & Mentor at Seedcamp, one of Europe's most distinguished investment funds. He's the author of the e-book "Start-Up guide for ingenious entrepreneurs" (in Spanish) with over 1 million downloads. Claudio has a Masters in Informatic Security in Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya and a Certificate in Entrepreneurship from the Judge Business School of the Cambridge University.
The Development of digital products, such as web apps, mobile apps, and web services go hand in hand with anybody working in the software world. However, some things can not be solved only with code. This talk is a review of the good, the bad, and the ugly experiences we are going to come across when developing a product.