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Confluence wiki and JIRA users: join us at the Atlassian London meetup


For all you Confluence and JIRA users out there, Headshift and Atlassian are hosting an Atlassian User Group event in fair old London Town on Tuesday December 12 at 6.00pm.
Atlassian are an amazing company who have enjoyed phenomenal revenue growth over recent years, and founders Scott and Mike have just been honoured with the E&Y entrepreneur of the year award in Australia. Confluence is a truly wonderful enterprise wiki platform, and we have used it as the basis of many different business applications, some of which we will share at the event. But JIRA, their issue management system, continues to spread into new areas outside just IT management. The way Linden Labs use JIRA to allow the whole company to share ideas is remarkable, and perhaps a sign of things to come elsewhere
Atlassian founders Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brookes will be attending, and they will talk about upcoming releases of Confluence and JIRA as well as some exciting new products. It’s a great chance to meet the both of them at the same time, discuss the products, and, hopefully, rag on them a little as England take on the Aussies down under
Headshift will be presenting a case study on a few different ways to extend and integrate Confluence, whilst the Atlassian guys will share a JIRA case study. After that, we’ll split into informal group Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions, and then finish off with drinks and canapes. What’s not to like ?
It’s all happening at the new Hilton Tower Bridge hotel, which is (just) south of the river, from 6pm onwards on Tuesday 12th December. You can sign up on the official event page here. Don’t forget to leave us a comment telling us what you’d like to discuss in the group sessions, and we look forward to seeing you there.

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