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A Retro on Agile featuring Jason Wong from Atlassian

Jun 18, 2020, 9:00 – 10:30 PM

A retro on agile Join us for a retrospective on agile, a movement that went on to forever change the way software is built around the world. Jason will explore the myths, challenges and opportunities facing agile, with particular examples and lessons from the 5 yrs he spent as the Lead Product Manager for Jira Software, the world’s #1 agile tool for software teams.

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A retro on agile

Join us for a retrospective on agile, a movement that went on to forever change the way software is built around the world.

In this talk Jason will explore the myths, challenges and opportunities facing agile, drawing on experience building SaaS for over 15 years, with particular examples and lessons from the 5yrs he spent as the Lead Product Manager for Jira Software, the world’s #1 agile tool for software teams.


Jason Wong, Principal Product Manager for Atlassian

A native of the Sutherland Shire, from the land downunder, Jason has the honor and privilege of working on the Atlassian team since 2014. He loves nothing more than visiting our customers to understand their business and tech as he seeks sources of inspiration for the product. An avid traveller with many hobbies. A proud family guy.

Speaker

  • Jason Wong

    Atlassian

    Cloud Migrations Product Manager

When

When

Thursday, June 18, 2020
9:00 PM – 10:30 PM UTC

Agenda

Introductions
A Retro on Agile

Community Leaders

  • Billy Poggi

    Ampsight

    Atlassian User Group Leader

  • Dana Jansen

    Atlassian User Groups

    Atlassian User Group Leader

  • Michelle Simkonis

    Trusted Concepts

    Atlassian User Group Leader

  • Fadoua Boualem

    Atlassian Community Leader

  • Prabhu Palanisamy

    Onward

    President

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