We have both sides of the brain covered in our next event. In theory, the left brain is great at processing facts and logic: Atlassian Governance has arisen as something to consider for Atlassian instances of any size.
For the right brain, visualization is a strong point: Diagramming tools that work within JIRA and Confluence have proven value..
Those are our two topics in our March 21 meeting. See details below. If you can make it, please RSVP. Early RSVP'ers earn AUG karma, and that should mean something (seriously, if enough of you RSVP early, as we've seen, you create an RSVP wave that attracts other attendees). THANK YOU.
[By the way, this event is on the second day of Spring so while I can't 100% guarantee it, it's likely we won't be hit by an ice storm like we were for our last event. Still 30 intrepid folks made it... ].
Our meeting on Wednesday March 21 offers the following two presentations for our user group:
Our feature presentation will be delivered by Joe McFarlane of Lucid Software on the topic, "Visual Communication: Using Diagramming Tools to Improve Communication within JIRA and Confluence". Diagramming tools (including flowcharts) available to all employees with access to a Confluence or JIRA instance can be game-changers and Lucidchart is a leader in that space. Joe is traveling here from Utah, come out to meet him and hear his presentation. It promises to be a good one.
Following a short break, we will hear from Steve Terelmes of Expium, who has top takeaways from the prior week's day-long Atlassian Governance Forum. If you have a sizable instance of any Atlassian tool, you'll want be in the audience for this one.
As usual, pizza, beer & soda, and Atlassian swag. Parking is free and adjacent to the building.
Chief Evangelist (and Channel Sales Manager)
Steve does consulting and training in Atlassian products to organizations of all sizes toward practical solutions and best practices with Atlassian solutions and governance.
Joseph manages the Atlassian channel for Lucid Software. He has a passion for people and processes, which led him to a company that specializes in enabling both. He's also a proud recovering attorney.
Atlassian User Group Leader