We are looking for great customers to share their stories and provide attendees with insights to help their own teams to build what's next. Doesn't matter if you are a first-time speaker or a seasoned pro, we encourage you (and your colleagues) to submit a talk.
Selected speakers receive a free pass to Atlassian Summit 2016 on October 11 - 13, 2016 at the San Jose Convention Center.
Deadline for submission: EXTENDED to May 2, 2016 at 11:59pm Pacific.
The Call for Speakers for Atlassian 2016 is now closed. We plan to notify individuals in the beginning of June regarding speaker selection.
Plans changing fast nowadays. How do modern teams plan and track projects and product development? How do they focus on the big picture while adapting changes on the fly? Learn how Atlassian helps teams get more done faster.
Software teams are constantly looking for better solutions to building great software: Microservice based architectures, running services in container, building for the cloud, improving quality and reliability, and create a DevOps focused deployment pipeline. See how new technologies and tools help development teams building and deliver better software.
IT operations & support are a critical part of every company. These teams need to collaborate closely with other teams in the organization in order to deliver solutions fast. Learn how effective teams measure, monitor, automate and improve their processes, infrastructure and service management in the DevOps era.
Great teams work continuously on improving their products and services while maintaining their focus on innovation. Discover new ways to understand your end users, design a better experience for them, and work as a team to deliver it.
Building strong, collaborative and focused teams at all levels of an organization is important for its ongoing success. This track is all about how to improve teamwork, connect distributed teams, hack your culture, scale teams, and much more.
If you want to push Atlassian products to the next level, these sessions are for you. Get practical tips easing administration, increasing end-user adoption, scaling your infrastructure, and extending functionality with add-ons to match your business needs.
Want to learn how to add new functionality to Atlassian products yourself? You've already written your first add-on but want to explore more? Learn new end-points and APIs, get tips and tricks from platform experts, and get a deep dive into the technical background of our products.
All speaker submissions will be reviewed and graded by a program committee comprised of Atlassian employees and customers. Speaker details will be anonymous during preliminary selection to guard against any unconscious bias in the grading process. We plan to notify individuals in the beginning of June regarding speaker selection.
Atlassian is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive event that showcases the contributions of people from all backgrounds in technology. Collecting demographic data about our applicant pool and speaker lineup is a key part of that mission. We will not use this information to inform our selection process, but rather to understand how effectively we are reaching and supporting speakers from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds at Atlassian Summit.
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