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London APE (Atlassian Partner-run Event)

Adaptavist

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 6:30 PM (BST)

London, United Kingdom

London APE (Atlassian Partner-run Event)

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The London APE, formerly known as the London AUG, is an event run by Adaptavist for users of Atlassian products to get together with each other, as well as Atlassian staff and Partners, to find out more about how best to use them.


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About the London APE

Events usually include presentations from Atlassian, plugin developers, as well as customer-lead case-studies and best-practice sharing with plenty of opportunity for networking. We try and cater for all types of users from those new to Atlassian products, to the experienced, as well as for technical and non-technical users.

We're committed to delivering quality content, and it's completely free to attend the event itself.

Our events fill up quickly, attracting around 150 attendees, so register early to avoid missing out. You can register by getting a 'Free APE Attendee' ticket.

 

Agenda

13:00- 13:30 Arrival and registration      
13:30- 13:35

Introduction by the organisers

- Guy Fraser, CEO, Adaptavist

     
13:35- 14:20

Case-study - How Atlassian tools help teams within Atlassian work together more effectively

Including examples of Confluence 4, JIRA 4.4, Greenhopper, Bonfire and Team Calendars

- John Stevenson, Atlassian UK Ambassador


   
   Business/Users Track      Technical Track
14:30- 14:55

Plugin lightning talks, including:

- Planning Poker in JIRA - Wojciech Seliga, Spartez

- Structure Plugin for JIRA - Igor Sereda, ALM Works

- Wiki-plus Plugin Pack for Confluence - Gareth Wilson, Adaptavist

- Tempo Plugin for JIRA - Pétur Ágústsson, TM Software

 

14:30-

14:55 

Using Confluence for living documents, like technical documentation

- Tobias Anstett, K15t 

14:55- 15:20

Social Media Adoption and Change Management

- Nick Doherty and Cormac Heron, Bright Beehive

  14:55- 15:20

Migrating to JIRA using JIM and other tools

- Andy Pallett, Clearvision CM

15:30- 16:25

Hands on with Confluence 4

An in-depth look at the features and changes in Confluence 4

- Emma Rush, Adaptavist

 

15:30- 15:55

 

 

 

15:55- 16:20

Scrum of Scrums - Bringing JIRA + GreenHopper to an entire company

- Wojciech Seliga, Spartez


Build automation and continuous development with Bamboo and JIRA

- James Lowry, Adaptavist

16:35- 16:50

 

 

16:50- 17:05

 

17:05- 17:20

Migrating to Confluence

- Michael Endres, Sony

 

How OCS use Confluence - A Case-study

- Jason Skrzypek, OCS

 

WWF's Confluence-based Intranet

- Adrian Cockle, WWF UK

  16:35- 17:20

Hands on with JIRA 4.4

An in-depth look at the features and changes in JIRA 4.4

- Emma Rush, Adaptavist

17:20- 18:30 Networking and nibbles      
18:30 onwards

To the pub!

The Kew Gardens Hotel, close to Kew Gardens station

   


Venue

The National Archives is a great venue. There's a cafe, internet cafe (free Wifi), museum and bookshop as well as the conference rooms. Hot and cold food is served, so you might consider getting over to the venue early for lunch.

 

Getting There

The nearest Tube and Rail station is Kew Gardens (zone 3) on the District Line, Richmond branch and National Rail. The journey from central London takes around 30-40 minutes. The National Archives is 600 metres (a 10-minute walk) from the station - More transport info.

 

London APE Supporters

Products from ALM Works change how people work with JIRA

 

 

 

 

 

For more information visit:

http://www.almworks.com

Products from ALM Works change how people work with JIRA.

Our new Structure plugin introduces multi-level, cross-product Issue Hierarchy, bringing organization of work in JIRA to a new level. Besides exceeding the long-standing sub-tasks limitations, the plugin provides a set of features that bring JIRA closer to a full-fledged project management tool.

Our desktop JIRA front-end - JIRA Client - is used in hundreds of companies as a fast, feature-rich, offline-capable interface to JIRA issues. It is a powerful tool with special attention to quick search and navigation, and it's fully functional even when there's no Internet connection.

Painless Time Tracking in JIRA

 

 

For more information visit: http://www.tempoplugin.com

Tempo provides painless time tracking and planning for Atlassian's JIRA. Tempo is used by companies in over 40 countries around the globe.

Whatever your motiviation is for time tracking, Tempo provides a painless way to connect your organization's activities and report on them. With Tempo you can now map people and teams to projects with a mouse click and allocate their time and vacation just as easy.

Access transparent overviews with workflow statuses and worked or planned time. Quickly adjust billable time reports, move or split work logs between JIRA issues, fix and adjust text inline in reports.

 

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When & Where



The National Archives Conference Rooms
Kew
Richmond
London
TW9 4DU

United Kingdom

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 6:30 PM (BST)


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Organizer

Adaptavist

Adaptavist are global experts in consultancy, plugin development, training and support services for Atlassian's Confluence, JIRA and Crowd. Creators of the most downloaded Confluence plugin, we're respected leaders in the Atlassian eco-system and a Premier Partner whose creations have been included in Confluence itself. With 6 years experience, we've helped over 2000 customers integrate and collaborate.

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