1. Thomas Laussermair: Integrating Atlassian products in SW Engineering workflow
One of Atlassian’s strengths is the integration of several products into a simple, intuitive workflow with seamless flow of data between the products. In this interactive session, we will navigate round-trip touching upon:
feature requirements and designs in Confluence,
epics, stories, tasks, sub-tasks in Jira,
tests in Zephyr (Jira add-on),
code commits in BitBucket,
build plans in Bamboo,
release management in Jira,
chatrooms in HipChat,
work log tracking and invoicing with Jira plug-in and Excel.
2. Emma Rush - Setting up Confluence for use as a Documentation Platform with In-Built Quality Management
Confluence is a great platform for documentation, but how do you manage product versioning and what if like in most companies you need to have validation procedures in place for publishing content? This presentation looks at how you can combine existing Confluence functionality and extend that using third-party Apps to build a platform for documentation with built-in quality management controls.
Emma Rush is the CEO and co-founder of Thinkando, an Atlassian partner company. She has spent twenty years working in the IT sector as a developer, a project manager and a consultant with the last eleven years in the Atlassian ecosystem. Emma’s main area of focus is in training and she and her team work with the Atlassian Training to deliver training all over the world.
Emma is based in the United Kingdom, but she considers the USA her second home. Working with Atlassian takes her all across the globe delivering in Asia, Europe and North America. She has worked with and delivered training to companies of all sizes, from start ups, government organisations to large multinationals. She regularly delivers training at Atlassian events such as Atlassian’s Summit, where she’s delivered since Atlassian University opened their doors.
Alongside delivering training, Emma is a member of the Atlassian Certification board and has worked with the team to write the administration certification. She’s a technical lead on the Jira Administration and Agile Development, Jira Software and Workflows exams.
Emma is known for her dry sense of humour and her approachable training delivery style. She’s also known for her in-depth knowledge of the Atlassian stack, which she can talk to from her lengthy experience of working directly with the applications and working in and managing teams of all sizes. When she’s not delivering training, she loves travel, learning languages and cycling. Sometimes all at the same time.