We're back at Squarespace and have three great talks on a diverse set of topics covering tools, hacks, and integrations.
As always, outside of these talks, we'll have food, drinks and plenty of networking opportunities; and maybe even a prize or two. Please RSVP to save your spot as we expect this to be packed event.
Missed our last event? No worries - we got you covered. Check out the recording and slides on the event page.
Mark and Jamie (author of ScriptRunner plugin) will give a joint talk on ScriptRunner, an essential tool to extend and automate JIRA. This talk will focus on ScriptRunner plugin and capabilities, along with examples of various use cases and answer the question, "What can ScriptRunner do for me?". Finally, Jamie will close with a first look at the new inline editor providing enhanced scripting and script management functions.
Michael will speak on multiple API integrations that take the tediousness out of the boring and annoying chores that every developer loves to avoid. He will show a git hook that does your timesheets, a chrome extension that can log all your time with one click and a scheme to transition tickets based on events in GitHub.
Find out what the acquisition of Trello by Atlassian earlier this year means and what the future holds for Trello, JIRA and beyond! Michael (who was CEO of Trello; now Head of Product for Trello at Atlassian) will speak about the acquisition, how a user who has not heard of Trello, JIRA or Service Desk can figure out what’s best for them, and answer your questions on the future of the product.
Specialties: organizational software (Trello: trello.com), project management software (FogBugz: fogbugz.com), code review and distributed source control (Kiln: kilnhg.com), expert questions and answers on the internet (Stack Overflow: area51.stackexchange.com)
Jamie Echlin has been working with dev tools since the mid-1990s, primarily in investment banks. Having worked with ClearCase, ClearQuest, Perforce and more, he graduated to the Git and the Atlassian stack.
He began developing ScriptRunner for JIRA in 2007, mainly just to make his own life easier. ScriptRunner has now been installed over 16,000 times and is available for JIRA, Confluence and Bitbucket.
Hugely active in the Atlassian Ecosystem, he helps users, teams and organisations with their dev tools and coding challenges. He joined the Adaptavist team in 2014 and now leads the product’s development team.