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Agenda

Monday, September 9, 2019
Registration7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Agile Development with Jira Software Certification Prep Workshop (How to prepare for the exam)8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Agile Mindset with Jira8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Pre-Conference Training & Certification (additional purchase required)8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Project Administration in Jira Server (Certification Bundle)8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Realizing the Power of Jira Reporting and Dashboards8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Getting More from Jira Workflows8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Planning with Portfolio for Jira Server9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
DevOps Simulation Workshop10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Jira Administrator Certification Prep Workshop (How to prepare for the exam)12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Expo Hall3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Meet Jira Align3:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Introducing Confluence Server & Data Center 7.03:40 PM - 3:55 PM
What’s New in Bitbucket Cloud?4:05 PM - 4:20 PM
See What’s New in Portfolio for Jira 3.04:30 PM - 4:45 PM
General Session: Champion for Change5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Welcome Reception6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Managing Processes With Trello6:15 PM - 6:30 PM
Improving Geo-performance: CDN Support in Data Center6:40 PM - 6:55 PM
How to Manage Issue Growth with Archiving Tools in Jira Software Data Center7:05 PM - 7:20 PM
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Registration7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Breakfast8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Expo Hall8:00 AM - 5:10 PM
General Session: Building for the Future9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Break10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
CYNORA’s Journey to Becoming a Digital Company with Atlassian Tools10:30 AM - 11:10 AM
DevOps vs. Compliance: A Guide to Having it All10:30 AM - 11:10 AM
Scaling Agile to the Enterprise: 5 Secrets to Unlocking the Strategic Value of Agile10:30 AM - 11:10 AM
Create the Future of Work While You're Living It10:30 AM - 11:10 AM
Agile ITSM: New Ways of Working for High Velocity Teams11:25 AM - 12:05 PM
Beyond Being There: High Performing Distributed Teams11:25 AM - 12:05 PM
The Other 8 Hours: Maximizing Productivity for Life Outside of Work11:25 AM - 12:05 PM
The Art of Simple Collaboration: How Volkswagen Used Confluence To Streamline, Scale, and Supercharge Its Brand Intranet11:25 AM - 12:05 PM
Lunch12:05 PM - 1:30 PM
Company-wide Security, Visibility, and Control for Cloud Products with Atlassian Access12:15 PM - 12:30 PM
All the power. None of the scripting. A sneak peek at Bob Swift’s upcoming drag-and-drop automation app12:40 PM - 12:55 PM
Use Jira to Predict, Decide and Act at Scale1:05 PM - 1:20 PM
How to Become a High(er) Performing Team: Our Research on What Makes Teams Healthy and Effective1:30 PM - 2:10 PM
Product Keynote: Server and Data Center1:30 PM - 2:10 PM
Harnessing Your Product Manager Superpowers with Trello, Confluence, and Jira1:30 PM - 2:10 PM
Product Keynote: Jira Service Desk, Opsgenie, Statuspage2:25 PM - 3:05 PM
Scaling Bitbucket Data Center2:25 PM - 3:05 PM
Building Trust in the Cloud with Open Practices2:25 PM - 3:05 PM
Break3:05 PM - 3:35 PM
Product Keynote: Confluence and Trello3:35 PM - 4:15 PM
Open Practices for the Modern IT Team3:35 PM - 4:15 PM
How To Be A Healthy, Happy, and Productive Remote Worker3:35 PM - 4:15 PM
The Atlassian Approach to Modern Incident Management4:30 PM - 5:10 PM
Bringing Agile Fundamentals to Life at Atlassian4:30 PM - 5:10 PM
Product Keynote: Jira Software and Bitbucket Cloud4:30 PM - 5:10 PM
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Registration7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Registration8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Breakfast8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Breakfast8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Partner Keynote: A Beautiful Constraint9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Break9:45 AM - 10:15 AM
Break10:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Atlas Camp Keynote (additional purchase required)10:15 AM - 11:00 AM
Atlas Camp Opening Keynote10:15 AM - 11:00 AM
Break11:00 AM - 11:15 AM
What's New in Jira Cloud for Developers11:15 AM - 11:55 AM
Leaning into Server to Cloud App Migration11:15 AM - 11:55 AM
Beyond Diversity: A Guide to Building Balanced Teams11:15 AM - 11:55 AM
Design Your Next App with the Atlassian Vendor Sketch Plugin11:15 AM - 11:55 AM
A Beautiful Constraint, Applying the Tools & Techniques11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
ITSM Competitive Selling & Sales Demo - Winning with Atlassian for IT11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Richer Solutions with Marketplace Apps11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Lunch11:55 AM - 1:00 PM
Lunch12:15 PM - 1:30 PM
Break12:40 PM - 12:50 PM
Monitoring As Code: How to Integrate App Monitoring Into Your Developer Cycle1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Preparing for Data Residency and Custom Domains1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Spec-first API Design for Speed and Safety1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
5 Design Principles for a Winning App - a Crash Course in Design1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Break1:10 PM - 1:20 PM
Your Complete Guide to Selling Atlassian Access1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Scaling Agile to the Enterprise: 5 Secrets to Unlocking the Strategic Value of Agile1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Digital Marketing Workshop - Do More with Less1:30 PM - 3:45 PM
How to Market Your New App on the Atlassian Marketplace1:50 PM - 2:10 PM
Designing and Running a GraphQL API1:50 PM - 2:10 PM
Creating Inclusive Experiences: Balancing Personality and Accessibility in UX Copy1:50 PM - 2:10 PM
4 Changes We're Making to Help You be Successful in the Cloud1:50 PM - 2:10 PM
Break2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Tear Up Your Roadmap and Get Out of the Building2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Expand Your App's Global Potential With Internationalization2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Updates on the Data Center Apps Program2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Serverless Analytics and Monitoring For Your Cloud App2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Break2:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Hands-on Lab: Cloud Migration2:45 PM - 3:45 PM
Portfolio for Jira: Supporting the Agile Journey2:45 PM - 3:45 PM
Break3:10 PM - 3:20 PM
Nailing Measurement: a Framework for Measuring Metrics that Matter3:30 PM - 4:10 PM
The User Who Must Not be Named: GDPR and Your Jira App3:30 PM - 4:10 PM
Building Apps With Enterprise in Mind3:30 PM - 4:10 PM
Efficient Use of Atlassian Cloud REST APIs3:30 PM - 4:10 PM
Break3:45 PM - 4:00 PM
Hands-on Lab: Data Center on AWS4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Atlassian Cloud Today, Tomorrow and Beyond + Migrations4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Jira Align and the Path to Scaling Agile with Atlassian Tools4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Threat Modeling 1014:20 PM - 4:40 PM
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants. Development With XState4:20 PM - 4:40 PM
Building Apps With Color Blind Users in Mind4:20 PM - 4:40 PM
The Atlassian Document Format is Coming to an API Near You4:20 PM - 4:40 PM
Happy Hour and Networking4:45 PM - 6:45 PM
Break5:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Atlassian Leadership Panel: The Future is Cloud5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
Hands-on Lab: Modern Incident Management with Jira Service Desk, Opsgenie and Statuspage5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Happy Hour and Networking6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Registration7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Breakfast8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Break8:50 AM - 9:00 AM
Welcome to Forge9:00 AM - 9:50 AM
Break9:40 AM - 9:50 AM
Shipping With Velocity and Confidence Using Feature Flags10:00 AM - 10:40 AM
Declaring Server App Components in Pure Java10:00 AM - 10:40 AM
What Does Jira Next-Gen Mean for Cloud Apps?10:00 AM - 10:40 AM
Let's Build an Editor Macro with Forge UI10:00 AM - 10:40 AM
Break10:10 AM - 10:20 AM
Meet the Forge Runtime10:50 AM - 11:10 AM
What's New in AUI 8 and Why You Should Care!10:50 AM - 11:10 AM
Practical Patterns for Developing a Cross-product Cross-version App10:50 AM - 11:10 AM
Build With Heart and Balance, Remote Work Edition10:50 AM - 11:10 AM
Forge UI: A New Way to Customize the Atlassian User Experience11:20 AM - 12:00 PM
They Ain't Gonna Read It! How to Write Useful Documentation?11:20 AM - 12:00 PM
Discover the Possibilities of the Jira Cloud Asset API11:20 AM - 12:00 PM
Integration Testing on Steroids: Run Your Tests on the Real Things11:20 AM - 12:00 PM
Lunch12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Break12:40 PM - 12:50 PM
Building a Cerberus App Without Losing Our Heads: The Passage to a Cross-Platform App1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Supercharge Your Pages - New Ways to Extend the Confluence Editor1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Behind the Scenes of Vendor Security Reviews in the Enterprise1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Take Action with Forge Triggers1:00 PM - 1:40 PM
Break1:10 PM - 1:20 PM
From AUI to Atlaskit - Streamlining Development for Server & Cloud Apps1:50 PM - 2:10 PM
Observability and Troubleshooting in Forge1:50 PM - 2:10 PM
An Exploration of Cross-product App Experiences1:50 PM - 2:10 PM
Herding Microservices – the Atlassian Way1:50 PM - 2:10 PM
The New & Improved Confluence Server and Data Center2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Building Secure Apps in the Cloud2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Trusted by Default: The Forge Security & Privacy Model2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Not All Heroes Wear Capes: Skills and Tools Helpful in Becoming a Support Superhero2:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Break3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Break3:10 PM - 3:20 PM
Technical Deep Dive Into Atlassian's New Apps Performance Testing Framework3:30 PM - 4:10 PM
Designing Forge UI: A Story of Designing an App UI System3:30 PM - 4:10 PM
How to Grow an Atlassian App Worthy of Top Vendor Status3:30 PM - 4:10 PM
Integrating Jira Software Cloud With the AWS Code Suite3:30 PM - 4:10 PM
Break3:40 PM - 3:50 PM
Integrate CI/CD Pipelines with Jira Software Cloud4:20 PM - 4:40 PM
Building Faster With Your Team's UI Kit4:20 PM - 4:40 PM
Forge App Showcase4:20 PM - 4:40 PM
The Right Way to Cloud Compute: Lessons Learnt at Opsgenie4:20 PM - 4:40 PM
The Road(map) to Las Vegas - The Story of an Emerging Self-Managed Team4:50 PM - 5:30 PM
Access to User Activities - Activity Platform APIs4:50 PM - 5:30 PM
Forge: Under the Hood4:50 PM - 5:30 PM
Scaling Indexing and Replication in Jira Data Center Apps4:50 PM - 5:30 PM

Speakers

Paul Buffington

Paul Buffington

Principal Solutions Engineer, Atlassian
As an enterprise solution engineer, Paul is responsible for helping customers redefine the shape of modern ITSM. Fifteen years of consulting fuel his passion for all things IT. His expertise spans the Atlassian products but also goes beyond the technology to helping teams transform the way they work. Paul enjoys spending time with family and their golden retrievers where they live on the Oregon coast. He’s an avid cyclist and photographer.
Jay Simons

Jay Simons

President, Atlassian
Jay Simons is the president of Atlassian. He joined the company in 2008 as vice president of sales and marketing to lead Atlassian's pioneering efforts to develop a high-velocity, low-touch sales model. Jay's overseen the company's global expansion, introduction of its Starter License program (a disruptive approach to "freemium" where the company donates all proceeds to a charitable cause), and its growing worldwide customer community and programs. Jay has more than 20 years of experience in the software industry. He began his career at Plumtree Software where he held a variety of senior marketing and sales roles. Significantly, Jay oversaw the company's expansion throughout Europe and Asia Pacific. When Plumtree was acquired by BEA Systems in 2005, Jay became vice president of marketing for BEA Systems, which was later acquired by Oracle in 2008. Jay serves on the board of directors for HubSpot and holds a bachelor's degree in political and environmental science from the University of Washington.
Dominic Price

Dominic Price

Work Futurist, Atlassian
Born to Joy in the harsh Manchester Winter of 77, Dominic has a career that has reached far and wide through Europe, US and Asia PAC. Dom has responsibilities spanning 7 global R&D centres, and is our in house “Team Doctor” helping Atlassian scale by being ruthlessly efficient and effective, with one eye on the future. Dom helped pioneer our Team Playbook and has personally run hundreds of sessions with our teams globally. He has previously been the GM Program Management for a global gaming company and a Director of Deloitte. Dom is proud to work at Atlassian, the home of the most intelligent t-shirt wearers in business, as the Work Futurist. A keen traveller, Dom has traversed over 50 countries so far, but after 15 years on these shores, he calls Australia home.
Linda de Winter

Linda de Winter

Head of Development, Swiss Post
Linda is head of central software development and member of the executive board at Swiss Post, and she has worked in the ICT Industry for 22 years. In her current position she is responsible for delivering software and Engineering services for more than 400 Applications and Services. Linda drives customer orientation, and the movement into agile development within Swiss Post, and leads the change process within her organization. Linda started her career in IT at Siemens in Den Hague, where she worked globally, overseeing VoIP products in Latin America. After that she relocated to Switzerland and worked in several leading positions in product management, outsourcing operations and development for Swisscom before joining the Swiss Post in 2016. Her strengths are leading change in organizations using vision and motivation and demanding customer orientation and leadership in technology.
Kim Perkins

Kim Perkins

Chief Behavioral Scientist, NOBL
As a coach and facilitator, Dr. Kim Perkins helps leaders in tech align their values and strategies to get the most out of their processes and teams. A former journalist and pro athlete, she holds a Ph.D. in positive organizational psychology, and has worked with leaders at such companies as Airbnb, Dropbox, Genentech, Human Longevity, and Shire Pharmaceuticals.
Junie Dinda

Junie Dinda

Head of Marketing, Server, Data Center, and Jira Align, Atlassian
Junie leads the product marketing team and go-to-market initiatives for the Server and Data Center business at Atlassian. Junie has worked at Atlassian for ~five years, and prior to that, has held product marketing leadership positions at technology companies. When not thinking about messaging and products, Junie enjoys supporting Michigan Football and making wine.
George Totev

George Totev

Head of Risk & Compliance, Atlassian
George Totev is experienced and innovative leader with passion for Information Security and Risk Management. He has more than 20 years of experience in software and financial industries. Currently, George leads the Risk and Compliance function at Atlassian – a critical component for building and maintaining customers’ Trust. His area of responsibilities includes enterprise risk management, compliance, business continuity and disaster recovery. Before Atlassian George established information security governance, risk and compliance group at Visa. Before joining Visa, George led the application security at Goldman Sachs and managed the information security at Sybase. George career also includes senior architect in Symantec, World Bank, sales engineer at IBM and consulting various companies on information security, compliance and risk management matters. He is member of the board of the Bay Area CSO Council and sits on several technology advisory boards. Most recently, George established the Risk and Compliance function at Atlassian – a critical component for building and maintaining customers’ Trust. His area of responsibilities include enterprise risk management, compliance, business continuity, disaster recovery and crisis management, as well as nurturing a culture of integrated risk management in a fast growth devops/agile environment. Before Atlassian George established information security governance, risk and compliance group at Visa, AppSec at Goldman Sachs, InfoSec at Sybase. George career also includes senior architect in Symantec, World Bank, sales engineer at IBM. He is member of the board of the Bay Area CSO Council and sits on several technology advisory boards.
Michael Bächle

Michael Bächle

Founder and COO, CYNORA
Michael is the Founder and COO of CYNORA with 12 years experience in R&D development as an entrepreneur. Focused on organizational change and employee development while leading the digitalisation process during the company growth from 3 to 130 employees.
Jenna Cline

Jenna Cline

Head of IT Strategy and Planning, Atlassian
Jenna Cline is the Head of IT Strategy & Planning at Atlassian. In this role, she uses a strategic and programmatic approach for solving business problems with technical solutions, working directly with the CIO to leverage IT as a company differentiator. Jenna has more than 20 years of experience from a variety of communications and IT roles, ranging from early-stage startups to Fortune 100 companies. This includes most recently serving as a Senior Director and CIO Chief of Staff at Veritas and the Director of Technology Communications and Change Management at Gap Inc. She holds a B.A. in Organizational Communications from North Central College.
Stefan Bitzer

Stefan Bitzer

Product Manager, Volkswagen
Stefan is the Project Owner of the central Confluence application at Volkswagen Group. After his PhD, he joined Volkswagen in 2012, helping to build up a central Wiki system on Confluence for the whole Volkswagen Group, including brands such as Audi, MAN, and Seat. Because the Wiki application is used worldwide, Stefan gained a broad spectrum of experiences, from legal requirements to cultural challenges within the Volkswagen Group.
Guy Herbert

Guy Herbert

Risk Futurist, Atlassian
Guy has over 25 years working in Risk, IT and Technology across the Finance, Telecommunications, Pharmaceutical and Software industries. He has managed risk, compliance, audit and technical delivery teams during this time. Guy has been thinking of better ways for Atlassian to manage IT Risk and Compliance since Sept 2013.
@riskfuturist
Stella Garber

Stella Garber

Head of Marketing, Trello, Atlassian
As Head of Marketing, Stella Garber has led Marketing at Trello since its inception as a company to its $425 million acquisition by Atlassian. Stella has supported Trello's growth from several million users to 35 million plus in a few years. She's also grown and scaled the (remotely distributed) marketing team.
Phil Oye

Phil Oye

Group Product Manager, Atlassian
Phil is a Principal Product Manager at Atlassian and is works on the Atlassian Platform focusing on our cross-product rich-text editor. Before moving to Platform, Phil worked on Confluence on the content experience. Previously, Phil was at Campaign Monitor and before that consulted to companies like ESPN, Gucci, Tiffany, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Lego. When he’s not pondering keyboard shortcuts, you can find him arguing about coffee, cocktails, design, and tech. You can find him on Twitter at @philoye.
Edwin Wong

Edwin Wong

Head of Product Management, Jira Service Desk, Atlassian
Edwin is the Head of Product for Atlassian Ops products. He has been with Atlassian for over 12 years working on a range of products, including Jira Service Desk.
Raj Sarkar

Raj Sarkar

Head of Marketing, Trello and Confluence, Atlassian
Raj is currently the Head of Marketing for Trello and Confluence. Previously, he led the Stride, Hipchat, and Bitbucket marketing teams at Atlassian. He has extensive experience in launching and bringing new products to market including Amazon S3, Google Cloud Platform, Google Hangouts, and Cisco Small Business. He is well versed in the different GTM models for SaaS. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, running, hiking, and camping. He is also an ardent fan of the diverse food culture in San Francisco. He has an engineering degree with an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Sean Regan

Sean Regan

Agile and DevOps, Atlassian
Sean Regan is the Head of Product Marketing at Atlassian for Agile and DevOps. His focus is helping Dev and IT teams work better together as the the practice of building, running and supporting software demands a new type of collaboration. Out of the office, Sean is an obsessed skier, father, and husband living in San Francisco with a vague Boston accent that has mellowed over ten years in California.
Anu Bharadwaj

Anu Bharadwaj

Head of Platform and Enterprise Cloud, Atlassian
Anu Bharadwaj is the Head of Product for Atlassian Cloud, responsible for serving customers of all sizes across the entire Cloud business. Having joined Atlassian as the Head of Product for Jira, Anu has held a variety of roles in her 5 year stint. Prior to that, Anu was at Microsoft, launching several products for Microsoft Visual Studio for over 10 years. Anu's favourite Atlassian value is "be the change you seek" and she seeks to make the world a little bit better through global education via serving the Atlassian Foundation on its Board of Directors. During her spare time, Anu enjoys working on big cat conservation projects and fighting in kick-boxing matches.
Chris Kimbell

Chris Kimbell

Head of Design, Atlassian
Chris is a design leader who’s currently on a mission to understand distributed collaboration. For the past 5 years he served and grew Trello’s distributed design team while working from a home office. In more than two decades making software, Chris has experienced many team configurations. He’s also been an early team member of some high growth companies. Products Chris helped build are used to discover music, personalize medical decision making, run election campaigns, organize communities, collaborate, track work, learn and memorize, get inspired and be entertained.
Scott Blacker

Scott Blacker

Head of Solutions Engineering, Atlassian
Scott leads the Solutions Engineering team at Atlassian where he is responsible for shaping the pre-sales and solution selling motions by which Atlassian approaches the market. Scott joined Atlassian via the Jira Align acquisition in April of 2019, where he was responsible for many aspects of the company throughout its growth trajectory including product management, pre-sales, marketing, and services. Early in his career Scott lived and worked in Japan, where he served as a translator for the Japanese State Government.
Brian Cervino

Brian Cervino

Product marketing manager, Atlassian
Brian Cervino is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Trello. Being at Trello for over six years now, he love learning about all of the exciting ways that people around the world use Trello to solve their unique problems with their teams. Naturally, outside of work Brian loves to use Trello to organize his personal life when it comes to his favorite things: good music, good food, good drink, and good times.
Tom Tsao

Tom Tsao

Head of digital and e-commerce, Atlassian
Tom has spent 20+ years in product management and executive leadership roles at tech companies both large and small. He is a C-level executive with experience in product management, product development, eCommerce, strategy, and (P&L) general management. Specialties: Product Management User Experience & Design Product Development Strategy & Business Operations eCommerce Product Marketing Business Unit (P&L) Ownership General Management People Management - Managed geographically diverse teams of over 400 employees https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/joining-costanoa-ventures-executive-residence-tom-tsao/
Katie Louey

Katie Louey

Event Content Project Manager,
Maarten Arts

Maarten Arts

Designer, Avisi
Maarten is a designer at Avisi where he has worked on several Jira and Confluence apps. He has worked closely together with developers in teams of all sizes. At Avisi’s monthly "tech-days", Maarten likes to introduce developers to pragmatic design techniques. After work, you will find him in the local climbing gym.
Jörg Brandstätt

Jörg Brandstätt

Senior Developer, resolution Reichert Network Solutions GmbH
Jörg has been working with the Atlassian platform since 2013. He's excited about automating away all the boring tasks in software development like regression testing.
Dragos Ciupureanu

Dragos Ciupureanu

Senior Software Engineer, Adaptavist
Tech enthusiast and Software Engineer at Adaptavist.
Sandesh Kumar

Sandesh Kumar

Automation Test Lead, Adaptavist
Automation Test Lead at Adaptavist.
Alexandra Kassab

Alexandra Kassab

Senior Product Manager - Ecosystem & Migrations, Atlassian
Alexandra is a product manager at Atlassian, and has been working with Atlassian Marketplace vendors, developers, and partners for the past three years. Prior to her role with Atlassian Ecosystem she worked in various operations roles supporting teams who support customers both at Atlassian and at SAP. She is passionate about software and excited by online marketplaces where customers and ISVs connect.
Brad Woods

Brad Woods

Developer, Easy Agile
After serving in the Australian Army I began a mechatronic engineering cadetship. After 4 years I transferred to a primary teaching degree & taught in Australia & the UK. I began developing software to be a more effective teacher which lead to a career in design & front-end development.
Andrew Swan

Andrew Swan

Senior Developer, Atlassian
Andrew has worked on various Atlassian plugins and products during his six years with the company. He's currently part of the Server Java Platform team, working on the P2 plugin system and other core platform components. He comes to Atlassian from SpringSource, where as well as gaining a deep respect for all things Springy, he was also exposed to real-world OSGi usage by being on the Spring Roo team. Andrew's passions include clean code, clear documentation, and a great developer experience.
James Navin

James Navin

Principal Developer, Atlassian
James is a Principal Developer in Jira Software. For the past four years he's worked on features and APIs in Jira that allow dev and release information to be associated with issues. As a full stack engineer he has experience working on distributed cloud-scale microservice systems in Java, Kotlin and NodeJS, through to React front-end applications.
Sarjeel Yusuf

Sarjeel Yusuf

Product Manager Opsgenie, Atlassian
Sarjeel Yusuf is a product manager with a passion for Serverless and DevOps which is reflected in his works at Opsgenie. Obsessed with the cloud, Sarjeel loves to write about how improvements in the cloud are revolutionizing the way software is built and operated. Outside the world of tech, Sarjeel loves to read discuss eastern philosophy, politics, and partake in stand-up comedy.
Raimonds Simanovskis

Raimonds Simanovskis

CEO, eazyBI
Raimonds Simanovskis is the founder and CEO of business intelligence application eazyBI - one of the top Atlassian Marketplace apps for building reports, charts, and dashboards for Jira, Confluence, and other data sources. He has both business and software development background with strong "enterprise software development" history and Oracle technologies background but during recent years he has been a passionate Ruby and JavaScript developer. He is also a regular open source contributor and is the author of several popular open source Ruby libraries. Raimonds is also an active proponent of Agile software development and open data movement. He prefers bootstrapping and controlled growth when building a business and promotes remote work without an office.
Sebastian Hesse

Sebastian Hesse

Software Engineer, K15t GmbH
Sebastian is a software engineer at K15t Software, an Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner known best for their Scroll Apps for Confluence and Backbone Issue Sync for Jira. Sebastian took a leading role in designing and implementing a high-scale cloud architecture for Backbone Issue Sync, and he's eager to share his experience with others. When he's not developing for K15t's apps, you can find him speaking at local AWS user group meetups.
Benjamin Morgan

Benjamin Morgan

Developer, Atlassian
Ben is an engineer who has worked on many parts of Jira Software, currently he is in the Roadmaps team building out Roadmaps for Jira Software. He has been involved in launching several micro services and is keenly interested in how to run services smoothly. Whilst mostly working on backend technologies he has recently been making some forays into the world of front end development.
Naiara Martin

Naiara Martin

Design Technologist, Comalatech
Naiara Martin joined Comalatech in 2015 and today is one of the team's most senior Front-End Design Technologists. With a background in both development and design, her weapon of choice on the front-end battlefield is REACT. Over the past four years she has helped develop Comalatech's popular apps for Atlassian's Server and Cloud platforms, never losing her focus on UX.
Victoria Skalrud

Victoria Skalrud

Senior Engineer, Atlassian
Victoria is currently a Senior Development Team Lead at Atlassian. Victoria graduated as a Software Engineer from UNSW in 2004, and has enjoyed a career creating software that is used daily by thousands of people around the world. She is also a mum, an aspiring cake decorator and an escape room enthusiast.
Andriy Yakovlev

Andriy Yakovlev

SET, Atlassian
Principal Premier Support Engineer focusing on Performance for the last 4 years. Before working as a DevOps, Virtualization engineer. Originally from Ukraine, living in the Netherlands Actual facts, fun facts: * Like to read, cycle and yoga * I can drive for 4h to Lichtenstein for a good ice cream
Anshuman Bhartiya

Anshuman Bhartiya

Principal Security Engineer, Atlassian
Anshuman Bhartiya has been in the IT industry for about 11 years now and has had the opportunity to wear multiple hats. Anshuman has been a web developer, cloud consultant, systems engineer and security engineer to name a few. Anshuman has a varied skillset and he likes to tinker with the latest technology coming up with innovative solutions for difficult and challenging problems. Security, Automation and Innovation are some things he is really passionate about and he firmly believes in sharing knowledge and the Open Source community. You can find some of Anshuman's work at his Github here - https://github.com/anshumanbh where he has open sourced tools such as “git-all-secrets”, “brutesubs”, “kubebot”, “tkosubs”, etc. Anshuman has also participated and submitted vulnerabilities to some of the top bug bounty platforms like Bugcrowd, HackerOne and Synack. Twitter - @anshuman_bh Website - www.anshumanbhartiya.com LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anshumanbhartiya/
Chris Clarke

Chris Clarke

Group Product Manager, Cloud Migrations, Atlassian
Chris heads up product management for Atlassian's new migration platform, designed to make migrating from server to Atlassian Cloud more intuitive, flexible, reliable, and scalable. Since joining Atlassian in 2014, Chris has been a leader in enterprise, server, and migration product management. Before Atlassian, Chris worked at several software companies chartered with helping customers collaborate. When not dabbling in collaboration software, Chris enjoys spicy foods, sailing, VR gaming, and the baritone ukulele.
Pawel Wodkowski

Pawel Wodkowski

Senior UX Designer, Atlassian
Pawel is a Senior UX Designer supporting Jira Server teams that work on end-user and admin productivity. He has 20 years of experience in UI/UX design and web development. He's one of the accessibility champions in Atlassian, leading the work of making Jira Server more accessible for everyone. In Pawel's spare time, you will most likely find him practicing Zumba in a local dance studio.
Melanie Heighway

Melanie Heighway

Senior Product Localization Manager, Atlassian
Melanie Heighway is senior product localization manager at Atlassian and manages localization and internationalization of Atlassian’s range of products, including Jira, Confluence and Trello. Melanie is passionate about providing great international customer experience and breaking down barriers between languages and cultures. Melanie has worked in the language technology industry for 15 years and has managed a diverse range of language programs, from mobile app localization and data collections for speech recognition and machine translation tuning purposes to mobilization and management of face-to-face speech and sign language interpreters and medical device document localization.
Huw Evans

Huw Evans

Associate Product Manager, Atlassian
Huw is an Associate Product Manager and a recent addition on the Forge team. Huw's previous Atlassian Ecosystem experience includes building the Atlassian Vendor Sketch Plugin, and as a frontend developer for Automation for Jira. He's also too young to drink in Vegas.
Chris Cooke

Chris Cooke

CEO, Old Street Solutions
After completing a Master's in Group Psychology, Chris founded an Eco-Tourism company rescuing sea turtles in Thailand. He’s been working in the Atlassian Ecosystem for the last four years for two of the largest partners in both product marketing and enterprise sales. He co-founded Old Street Solutions to make apps for non-technical Atlassian users, and to help smaller Atlassian app vendors grow. He's passionate about leveling the playing field to encourage a meritocratic marketplace where the strongest ideas find their audiences and thrive, and about bringing Agile and DevOps principles to Marketing and Sales.
Árni Freyr Snorrason

Árni Freyr Snorrason

Team Lead, Tempo
I have been working for Tempo since 2012, focusing my efforts mostly on front end development. Currently, my team is responsible for building UI heavy features for Tempo on Jira Cloud, and also maintaining the Tempo UI kit.
Hariram Balasundaram

Hariram Balasundaram

Ecosystem Security Lead, Atlassian
Hari leads the ecosystem security team at Atlassian which is focussed on improving the security story of Atlassian marketplace. He loves to break things and help build them securely.
Remie Bolte

Remie Bolte

Founder, CollabSoft
Remie is an Atlassian app developer since 2012 and has worked as an IT Infrastructure & Operations manager with 24x7 responsibility of high performance / high available applications. With a background in operations and a passion for programming, Remie is the embodiment of DevOps. His first publication was on how to programmatically add users to Window 2000 using ADSI in Oct. 2001 (https://web.archive.org/web/20020206055513/http://www.15seconds.com/issue/011005.htm). He has always encouraged the incorporation of systems and application management in the development cycle.
Allard van Helbergen

Allard van Helbergen

Sr UX Designer - Forge, Atlassian
Allard is a Sr. Designer in the Design System team at Atlassian. He is passionate about the cross-section between design and technology, and how it helps teams be more productive. He previously worked at Google, Brandwatch, and various startups in roles as an analyst, designer and full-stack dev. As an avid wind-/kite-/snow-/skate-/everythingboarder he loves the rush of adrenaline as well as watching cartoons on Sunday morning. Follow Allard on Twitter: @vanhelbergen.
Roana Bilia

Roana Bilia

Content Designer, Atlassian
Kelvin is a Designer on the Identity Platform team focusing on all things Atlassian account. As part of Cloud Platform, he works closely with teams to help align and provide a consistent user experience across all Atlassian products—from sign up through to sign up, log in, and account setting. Outside of work, Kelvin enjoys playing volleyball, or spending time designing new branding initiatives for clients. Roana is a Content Designer who finds simple ways to put the human into UX copy. With a Master's in Corpus Linguistics she began her journey in writing for user experience and now works primarily in the Identity and Platform Standards space. She speaks directly to users, adapts to their needs, and gives a consistent voice to the Atlassian products. When she's not jumping between extra-curricular activities, she's driven to bring theories and practices from academic linguistics into the content industry.
Josephine Lee

Josephine Lee

Product Manager, Atlassian
Josephine is a Product Manager at Atlassian leading the Design Systems team. Previously, she worked on the Atlassian Notifications, Atlassian Home, and Jira Server teams. Prior to Atlassian, she has gained diverse experiences through her time as an insights analyst at LinkedIn and various growth roles at startups such as MoneyBrilliant.
Avi Knoll

Avi Knoll

Software developer, Atlassian
Avi is a remote-by-choice software developer interested in distributed systems, functional programming, and software safety and reliability. They care deeply about software reliability, social progress, and change; let's build systems we can be proud of that make the world a better place.
Matej Konecny

Matej Konecny

Solution Architect, Atlassian
I've seen the Atlassian applications being raised from Server only to the heights of the Cloud, developed add-ons for both platforms and integrations with many 3rd party systems as part of my day to day job at Atlassian. Currently I'm focusing on driving the architectural vision for the internal systems related to the Customer Success and Customer Support platform.
Peter Grasevski

Peter Grasevski

Developer, Atlassian
Peter first worked at Atlassian as an intern in 2013, and has been a member of the Jira Service Desk Cloud team for over 4 years. A large portion of that time has been spent experimenting in Service Desk’s growth team to provide a great first user experience, and recently he has taken these skills to the team working on Next gen projects.
Peter Nguyen

Peter Nguyen

Software Engineer, Atlassian
Peter is a developer at Atlassian working on Trello. His interests include architecture and design, testing methodologies, distributed applications and microservices. When he's not writing software, he likes to bake.
Anshuman Dash

Anshuman Dash

Product Manager, K15t
Anshuman is the Product Manager for K15t's Scroll Documents app. After working for five years in India, he moved to Germany to pursue his master's degree, interned at K15t, fell in love with the company, and decided to stay a little longer than he had originally planned. Driven by his desire to solve problems and his fondness for technology, Anshuman can be found navigating through his path of professional self-discovery building awesome apps for the Atlassian ecosystem, and in the process looking for new avenues for creative expression. When he is not burning his brain cells over the next cool feature to build, Anshuman can be found struggling to learn German, doing some front-end development, drinking espresso, thinking about drinking espresso, and writing some poetry every now and then.
Dan Hardiker

Dan Hardiker

COO, Adaptavist
Dan brings 15+ years of experience with Atlassian software to his role as Chief Technology Officer of Adaptavist. Perhaps the leading global authority on Atlassian performance tuning, Dan is responsible for Adaptavist’s technical strategy and continuing our standing as Atlassian’s Most Technically Excellent Expert partner.
Paweł Mazur

Paweł Mazur

Product Manager, SPARTEZ Went i Wspólnicy Spółka Jawna
Senior Support Engineer turned Product Manager at Spartez. Former Maths Teacher. Fan of hard old school Science Fiction. The face of Spartez Support and Speaker at multiple AUGs, webinars, conferences and events.
Maria Heij

Maria Heij

Support and Test Manager, Refined
Support & Test Manager at Refined Former Maths and IT Teacher. Fan of Old School Rock and Roll. Maria is a do-er, full of bright ideas and passionate about sharing knowledge and curious to learn new things. One of her many talents includes managing Refined’s Support where like her co-presenter, Pawel, she offers customers not just simple answers but also guidance, work-arounds and solutions. She always strives to focus on the customer perspective, putting herself in their shoes and providing a positive customer experience.
Benjamin Magro

Benjamin Magro

Product Manager, Atlassian
Ben works on the Data Center Product Management team at Atlassian, leading the Ecosystem and Observability teams for the Data Center business. He has 10 years of experience in software development with humble beginnings in web development which gave him a unique perspective on building web applications for the masses. In Ben's spare time you will most likely find him brewing or judging craft beer.
Janel Blattler

Janel Blattler

Design Manager, Atlassian
Janel is a design leader with a passion for research and prototyping. She enjoys helping teams solve big, hairy problems by inspiring a culture of close collaboration among product teams and working closely with end users. Prior to Atlassian, Janel worked at Intuit, British Airways and Capital One on high profile projects across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.
Katarzyna Pawlak

Katarzyna Pawlak

Senior Atlassian Apps Manager, Deviniti
Katarzyna Pawlak is a Senior Atlassian Apps Manager at Deviniti. She came to the company as a technical writer, which helped her learn Atlassian products inside out. Now she's overseeing the apps' design and development with particular focus on improving customer support with Jira Service Desk.
James Hazelwood

James Hazelwood

Senior developer, Atlassian
Jimi has hacking away at Atlassian for over 7 years on everything from Jira to developer.atlassian.com to various parts of the ecosystem platform, and there's still lots to learn and lots to love!
Dugald Morrow

Dugald Morrow

Developer Advocate, Atlassian
Dugald Morrow is an Ecosystem team lead at Atlassian. Dugald’s team provides Ecosystem frameworks and solutions that are incorporated into Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket. Dugald has been with Atlassian for just under five years.
Klaus Ihlberg

Klaus Ihlberg

Senior Development Team Lead, Atlassian
Klaus leads the Confluence Editor team, which currently is working on rolling out the new editing experience to our customers. Klaus is favorite things currently are extending Confluence editor, Jiu Jitsu and BBQ.
Usman Khalid

Usman Khalid

Engineering Manager, Atlassian
I lead the Enterprise teams for Confluence Server. We take a lot of pride in resolving some of the gnarliest and most challenging scaling problems for the Enterprise customers of Atlassian, primarily on the lines of stability of nodes & clusters, performance of the application & ecosystem apps and the overall experience of Confluence administrators and their supporting teams. Before Atlassian, I was a game developer for ~10 years before moving into people management. I used to work for a Japanese game studio (DeNA), which produced some of the biggest and most profitable games for the Japanese feature & smart phone market. When I’m not working, I like to spend time with my family - traveling, cooking, and just re-learning life from a 3 year old’s perspective.
Nuwan Ginige

Nuwan Ginige

Group Product Manager, Atlassian
Nuwan is a Principal Product Manager on Atlassian's Cloud Platform team, based out of Sydney, Australia. Passionate about building world-class scalable platforms, he is responsible for the recent expansion of Atlassian's global cloud footprint, and is continually looking for ways to leverage that footprint to the benefit of all Atlassian customers. He's happiest when solving the unglamorous, yet highly impactful problems facing customers who want to adopt the cloud. Outside work he looks to log as many running hours as possible, and is usually thinking about the next thing to cook on his barbecue.
Oliver Burn

Oliver Burn

Architect, Atlassian
Been at Atlassian for nearly six years as an Architect. Initially working on Confluence for four years and for the last two years on Jira Software Cloud.
Daniel Rauf

Daniel Rauf

Software Engineer, Atlassian
Daniel is a Software Engineer in the Jira Server team.
Shorya Raj

Shorya Raj

Software Engineer, Atlassian
I'm a software engineer from Auckland, New Zealand, and I joined Atlassian as a grad in 2018. I'm an avid gamer, and make electronic music in my own time.
Patrick Streule

Patrick Streule

Senior Architect, Atlassian
Patrick is an Atlassian veteran who has worked across Atlassian Ecosystem and Platform teams for the past six years.
Patrick Lai

Patrick Lai

Software Engineer, Atlassian
Patrick is a software developer and an avid designer in his spare time. Has a real passion for front-end tech and is navigating his way around the ever-changing world of JavaScript.
Sergey Meshkov

Sergey Meshkov

Senior Developer, Atlassian
Software engineer in Atlassian Platform, worked on several cross-product initiatives including Green House project inside Atlassian. Passioned about creating and delivering awesome products and features to the customers.
Eve Stankiewicz

Eve Stankiewicz

Senior Product Manager, Atlassian
Eve is a product management practitioner with 13 years of experience in software development. Her lifelong passion is helping people to leap, level up, find their true calling and become better humans & leaders.
Tim Pettersen

Tim Pettersen

Engineering Manager, Atlassian
Tim Pettersen is a veteran Atlassian of 13 years and the Engineering Manager behind the Forge platform. He is also a passionate technology evangelist and regularly presents about engineering teams, ecosystem technologies, and developer workflows. Tim has contributed code to almost all of Atlassian’s developer tools, worked on three generations of Atlassian plugin systems, and claims the first commit on Bitbucket Server. Talk to him about building teams, plugin architecture, Node.js, Git, API design, serverless, or anything cool that you're hacking on!
Andrea Olrich

Andrea Olrich

Developer, Atlassian
Tomek Sroka

Tomek Sroka

Principal Engineer, Atlassian
Tomek is a Principal Engineer on the Platform Services team, developing distributed, highly-scalable services used by various Atlassian Cloud Products. In the past he worked on migrating JIRA to tenantless architecture. Passionate about creating reliable software and chaos engineering.
Michael Oates

Michael Oates

Principal Developer, Atlassian
As a veteran Atlassian Ecosystem developer, Michael has been involved in pioneering new technology and APIs across Atlassian products. Most recently Michael has worked on the Xen project as a full stack developer, and was on the two man team that built the initial prototype for AUX.
Oleksandr Metelytsia

Oleksandr Metelytsia

Test Automation Team Leader, SoftServe
Oleksandr is a Test Automation Leader at SoftServe with 8+ years of experience. He has been with Atlassian for more than 4 years and had a chance to contribute to different projects and products. He enjoys the fact that ATQA is the intersection point of testing, programming, and DevOps, thus, the number of different tasks is endless. His critical mindset allows him to look for bugs in everything, from software to coffee machine. Apart from the job (free time is kind of a dream, but anyway) Oleksandr is keen on traveling, visiting the highest points, and learning German. He also likes games like table tennis and all kinds of quizzes.
Peter Gleeson

Peter Gleeson

Developer, Atlassian
If you use Atlassian Cloud products, chances are you've touched something Pete has helped build. Pete spent a number of years developing the core Atlaskit components in Atlassian's Design System. Plying his trade in Ecosystem on all things UI, he led the team that brought Forge UI to life. Hopelessly obsessed with frontend technology, Pete loves to share this enthusiasm with others.
Jay Yeras

Jay Yeras

Senior Partner Solutions Architect, DevOps, Amazon Web Services
Jay is a Senior Partner Solutions Architect at AWS bringing over 20 years of experience in various technical roles. He is a subject matter expert in building highly technical cloud architectures and a thought leader for strategic initiatives that help customers embrace a DevOps culture. His passion for efficiency, process driven development and automation permeates his family life as he is often found organizing kitchen cupboards for optimal use or setting up Alexa skills much to his wife’s dismay.
Jake Brereton

Jake Brereton

Head of Marketing, Jira Software, Atlassian
Jake is the Head of Marketing for Jira Software at Atlassian. A proud Midwesterner living in California by way of North Carolina, Jake has spent almost a decade building marketing teams at high growth technology companies and has had the good fortune of working at Atlassian since 2013. When he's not building custom JQL filters, you'll find him on the nearest mountain with snow deep enough to ski in.
Jana Geddis

Jana Geddis

Ecosystem Security Manager, Atlassian
Jana is a security engineer on the Ecosystem Security Team at Atlassian. She has experience with Application Security, Bug Bounty, and Vendor Security.
Isabel Nyo

Isabel Nyo

Development Manager, Atlassian
Isabel is a woman in technology with a passion for knowledge sharing and continuous learning. She has been sharing her thoughts via her written and spoken words. She was born and raised in in Burma and now calls Sydney, Australia home. She is currently an engineering manager at a technology company in Sydney, Australia, leading high performing teams and having fun while doing so. A few years ago, she realised that women in technology are under-represented in the media and industry and she wanted to change that. She believes that change starts with herself and therefore, she started speaking at local meet-ups, events and conferences with the hope to get recognition for women in technology and in leadership positions and to inspire others to do the same. Outside work, she likes to read, write (sometimes in a programming language) and spend time with her family, especially with her seven-years-old daughter.
Mary Raleigh

Mary Raleigh

Product Marketing Manager, Atlassian
As Head of Atlassian Team Playbook, Mary leads the team responsible for turning the proven practices from teams across Atlassian into easy-to-follow plays that anyone can use to improve their team’s health and effectiveness. Prior to Atlassian, Mary was a Management Consultant specializing in process improvement for the world’s biggest supply chains. When she’s not making powerpoint slides, Mary is listening to behavioral psychology audiobooks and true crime podcasts while training for her first marathon in March 2020.
Harsh Jawharkar

Harsh Jawharkar

Marketing, Atlassian
Harsh leads go-to-market initiatives across Atlassian's enterprise cloud platform, editions, and ecosystem. He spent the last decade building and scaling global marketing teams at high-growth SaaS companies like Slack and Zendesk. Harsh started his career as a product manager trying to put his engineering and design skills to good use, building online experiences at companies like Sapient and PayPal, but somehow ended up as an accidental marketer.
Christine Dela Rosa

Christine Dela Rosa

Brand Lead, Ways of Working, Atlassian
Christine is part of Atlassian’s brand team, supporting all-things that elevate Atlassian's expertise on ways of working. She has a history of setting up brand measurement infrastructure and applying behavioral economics to audiences at scale, which is why she’s played a role at Atlassian studying and advocating for Open work styles and team practices.
Sebastian Geschwill

Sebastian Geschwill

DevOps Consultant, Avisto Telecom
Sebastian is in charge of the development of the Bitbucket as a Service solution, including the building of the environments, automation, API development and testing. Sebastian has more than 21 years of experience in the world of IT. He started as a software developer in Germany. After 11 years he moved from Germany to Serbia to work for Alcatel-Lucent/Nokia as a DevOps and Support Engineer for the development of LTE. During this time he worked mainly with IBMs Rational Clearcase and Jenkins as well as internal development projects. In the following 9 years he moved from the support to become the team lead and started to work on more demanding projects within the company. In 2018, Sebastian relocated to France to join the Amadeus Bitbucket team as a DevOps Consultant to work on new projects around the software development environment of Amadeus, with a clear focus on Bitbucket.
Darren Henry

Darren Henry

marketing, Atlassian
Darren leads the product marketing team for Atlassian’s ITOps offerings. He previously held executive positions at Opsgenie, Onshape, Autodesk, InVue, and DS SolidWorks and has a passion for exceptional technology. Darren holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Florida.
Tony Franco

Tony Franco

Associate Partner, AB Constraint
For the past 3 years Tony has been working as an Associate Partner of ‘A Beautiful Constraint’, in partnership with Challenger Brand experts eatbigfish. Via his inspirational presentations and workshops, he’s been helping a diverse range of businesses turn their limitations into advantages. Tony has been working in the marketing industry for over 25 years on both the client and agency side. He’s an expert on innovation, brand strategy and consumer insight. His work has taken him all over the world and he’s had the privilege of working with some of the world’s most famous brands He started his marketing career at Nestle where he spent 8 years in various brand management roles looking after brands such as Buitoni and Nescafe. For 10 years he worked as a consultant for the marketing agency Added Value (now Kantar Consulting) where he became a Board Director of the UK business. He’s worked with many of the agency’s key international clients across a range of sectors. Since then, he’s been working as an independent marketing consultant, trainer and coach.
Rene Jullien

Rene Jullien

Head of Developer Experience, Amadeus
René is in charge of developer experience including developer workplace, developer advocacy, CI/CD, DevOps practices, UI frameworks and quality Experience for Amadeus Engineering community worldwide. René has more than 25 years of experience in the software industry. He started as a developer, working on FareQuote at Amadeus. He then led Re-Engineering projects and the technical stack transformation of Search and Shopping from in-house legacy middleware to open source technologies such as MongoDB, Kafka and Openshift in order to cope with exponential grow of Shopping. He has also driven the complete migration of Search Shopping & Pricing to CI/CD.
Christian Herrmann

Christian Herrmann

Senior Consultant, demicon GmbH
Christian has been working with Atlassian Tools for almost 7 years. He is a certified Atlassian Administrator (ACP-100; ACP-400) and been working on more than 20 IT Projects (mostly Atlassian related).
Justin Lau

Justin Lau

Ecosystem, Atlassian
Justin Lau drives the strategy and management of programs, benefits, and incentives for the Atlassian Marketplace. He joined Atlassian in 2018 with a background in corporate strategy and business operations across a variety of industries. Outside of work, you’ll find Justin cheering for Real Madrid and Manchester United, playing tennis and soccer, and hunting for great eats and wine.
Stefan Kleineikenscheidt

Stefan Kleineikenscheidt

CEO, K15t GmbH
Stefan is the co-founder and CEO of K15t, an Atlassian Platinum Marketplace Vendor and Platinum Solution Partner based in Germany. Even before founding K15t, Stefan was a committed Atlassian tool user and introduced Jira and Confluence in the organizations he worked in. Stefan spends most of his free time with his wife and two sons – or chasing Strava KOMs with his road-bike.
Dave Meyer

Dave Meyer

Senior Group Product Manager, Atlassian
Dave Meyer is a Senior Group Product Manager leading product development of Atlassian's enterprise cloud offerings. Previously he’s worked on Jira administration and helped build the Atlassian Marketplace. When he’s not chatting with Atlassian customers, he’s.... actually, that’s pretty much all he does.
Kimberly Okazaki

Kimberly Okazaki

Product Marketing Manager, Atlassian
Kimberly Okazaki is a product marketing manager for Atlassian's Enterprise Cloud & Platform Marketing team. Prior to her current role, she worked in performance marketing helping products put large scale advertising campaigns into the market. Kim is originally from Hawaii but now lives in San Francisco. In her free time, she is likely doing one of three things - eating, reading, or surfing.
David Jenkins

David Jenkins

Cloud Solutions Architect, Atlassian
David Jenkins is a Cloud Solution Architect on the Atlassian Practice Development Team and brings with him 10 years of experience in IT Operations, Development and Project Management. He has deployed and managed the Atlassian stack at NASA and has experience with many other solutions in the market. David lives in the San Francisco Bay area maintaining and developing the Teams in Space Demo environment and Data Center deployment strategies. In his personal time, David is an avid squash player, surfer, and musician.
Paul Blackwell

Paul Blackwell

Head of Global Channel Marketing, Atlassian
Paul Blackwell leads Channel Marketing at Atlassian, based in San Francisco. His illustrious career began in event marketing before spending time working in successful channel enablement and marketing programs in the partner world for large enterprise companies.
Christia Juguilon

Christia Juguilon

Channel Marketing, Atlassian
Christia leads Atlassian’s channel marketing enablement efforts in EMEA. Since joining in 2017, she has consistently supported the partner ecosystem by enabling their marketing teams to increase their lead generation efforts and target prospects by mapping content to specific stages of the buyers’ journey through the Atlassian Partner Marketing Center (PMC). Outside of work, she enjoys traveling and bargain hunting for designer shoes.
Julian Archer

Julian Archer

Senior Research Director, Marketing Operations Strategies, Forrester
Julian left his native U.K. in 1989 to live on the European mainland and now has 30 years of international b-to-b demand creation and measurement experience within corporate and pan-European field functions. Julian has been with SiriusDecisions for over five years and during this time has helped our clients with many of their demand creation challenges, notably, Demand Waterfall® improvement, event strategy and execution, and localization approaches. Within the last three years, Julian has devoted more of his time to helping clients understand the required strategies for sales and marketing functions to adapt to the global move for increased personal data privacy compliance triggered by legislation such as the GDPR, ePrivacy regulation and Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation. Prior to joining SiriusDecisions, Julian was a global industry marketing director for business application provider Lawson Software (and Infor after it acquired Lawson Software). He was part of the leadership team for a key manufacturing and distribution segment and managed the trans-Atlantic team responsible for go-to-market demand strategy and execution.
Angela Leech

Angela Leech

Senior Research Director, Channel Marketing Strategies, Forrester
Angela is an experienced channel marketing professional with demonstrated success in to-partner, with-partner and through-partner marketing programs utilizing all elements of the marketing repertoire. Having worked with channel partners and global partner programs for more than 22 years, Angela is an extremely motivated and passionate channel marketing manager with proven success in acquiring, enabling, activating, communicating with, engaging, motivating and retaining partners of all levels and types, across multiple routes to market within the EMEA region. Angela has spent a lot time using emerging technologies to address regional resource challenges; she has deployed marketing automation systems and partner platforms and has consolidated and centralized partner marketing support. In addition, she has acquired many insights into marketing operations and processes. Before joining SiriusDecisions, Angela worked at Adobe, where she managed the EMEA partner program and the channel marketing plan that was designed to support more than 36,000 partners for the region. Prior to that, Angela worked at GFI Software, Jabra and VERITAS in channel marketing and partner program roles. Angela also worked within an IT distributor for nearly six years and worked for a reseller, providing in-depth working knowledge of the two-tier distribution channels for the region. Angela’s strengths are in leveraging the power of the channel community while recognizing and understanding its complexities within the EMEA region. She has managed many innovative campaigns, programs and platforms that have increased partner productivity and sales. Her breadth of experience encompasses global management and stakeholder experience. She has worked within both large corporate organizations and smaller businesses and has a breadth of experience addressing channel marketing challenges.
Andy Rajagopalan

Andy Rajagopalan

Cloud Solutions Architect, Atlassian
Andy Rajagopalan is a Solutions Architect on the Field Services and Enablement team. Andy brings about 10+ yrs of experience in designing and managing application infrastructure in your public, private or hybrid cloud. He is very well versed with multiple tools and frameworks in the DevOps ecosystem. Andy lives in Santa Clara with his family and enjoys being an at-home chef or watching college basketball during his free time.
Josh Berman

Josh Berman

PMM, Atlassian
Josh is a Product Marketing Manager on Atlassian’s Agile at Scale solutions team. Since he joined Atlassian in 2018, he has managed the go-to-market strategy as Portfolio for Jira Server and Data Center was reimagined, including 25 iterative product releases, an early access program, and the ultimate launch of Portfolio’s 3.0 platform release, among other projects. Outside of work, Josh enjoys the many delights of living in Austin, Texas (live music, food, and the outdoors) with his friends and family.
Andy Powell

Andy Powell

Sr. Partner Solutions Architect, ISV, Amazon
Andy is a Senior Partner Solutions Architect with AWS. He is the EMEA technical lead for the Amazon Partner Network’s ISV Workload Migration and SaaS Factory programs. He has worked extensively with ISVs for the last 15 years. Prior to joining AWS, Andy spent time working in SaaS product development and consulting for Fortune 50 organizations around the globe. Originally from the USA, he now resides with his family in Munich.
Aileen Horgan

Aileen Horgan

Head of Marketing, Atlassian
Aileen leads Atlassian’s marketing efforts for Ecosystem, Cloud Plans, and Cloud Migrations. She’s been with Atlassian for close to 6 years and prior to her current role, she was focused on driving adoption of Server and Data Center products amongst Enterprise customers. Outside of work you can find Aileen hiking and running trails around Austin, TX with her dog.
Ashley Elder

Ashley Elder

Product Marketing Manager, Cloud Migration, Atlassian
Ashley is a Product Marketing Manager on Atlassian’s Cloud Migrations team, focusing on programs for Partners and the Atlassian Community. She has been with Atlassian for five years and, prior to her current role, led the Atlassian Community Events program. Outside of work Ashley enjoys spending time gardening and traveling.
Martin Musierowicz

Martin Musierowicz

Head of Global Channel, Atlassian
Martin Musierowicz is Atlassian's Head of Global Channels responsible for managing Atlassian's channel strategy, programs and operations. Atlassian's go-to-market approach is unique and does not have a traditional field sales team or a professional services organization to compete with partners. Martin believes in recognizing partners based on their technical aptitude and delivery of solutions instead of the traditional booking metric to judge partner success. This has been paramount in Atlassian's success as partners are an extension of the business and not competitive to internal organizations. Martin has built multiple channel programs from scratch including at Alfresco, where he was GM of Americas and responsible for all field operations, and at JBoss, which was later rolled into the Red Hat channel program.
Mike Tria

Mike Tria

Head of Platform, Atlassian
Mike Tria is the Head of Engineering for Platform at Atlassian. Mike oversees Atlassian’s global cloud infrastructure, identity & front-end platforms, and third-party developer ecosystem. Mike has over 15 years of experience as a software engineer and leader, ranging from work at cloud-native startups to larger companies. He’s built and run all facets of product development, including product management, design, engineering, QA, and SCM/release, but has mostly focused on SaaS, e-commerce, and building communities. As a former comedian, Mike also brings high energy and a sense of humor to the tough challenges he faces. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Joel Kalmanowicz

Joel Kalmanowicz

Group Product Manager, Atlassian
Joël Kalmanowicz is the Principal Product Manager on Atlassian's Ecosystem Platform. He has over 10 years of experience leading product at multiple startups and Google across consumer, enterprise, hardware, software, AI/ML, voice, geo/maps, social and mobile. Passionate about elevating humanity and caring for our environment, Joël is a devoted father, avid dungeon master, has mentored and advised dozens of startups, nonprofits, and worked with government to help them innovate. He holds a B. Computer Science & B. Commerce from the University of Western Australia.
Simon Kubica

Simon Kubica

Product Manager, Atlassian
Simon is a Product Manager on the Forge team. With previous experience in Jira focused on Incident Management, Simon brings a wealth of knowledge in how modern teams can release faster, work smarter, and better run their always-on services through customizing their workflows. He believes in the power of technology to enrich our lives, and is in pursuit of innovative ways people and products can work better together.
Martin Musierowicz

Martin Musierowicz

Head of Global Channels, Atlassian
Martin Musierowicz is Atlassian's Head of Global Channels responsible for managing Atlassian's channel strategy, programs and operations. Atlassian's go-to-market approach is unique and does not have a traditional field sales team or a professional services organization to compete with partners. Martin believes in recognizing partners based on their technical aptitude and delivery of solutions instead of the traditional booking metric to judge partner success. This has been paramount in Atlassian's success as partners are an extension of the business and not competitive to internal organizations. Martin has built multiple channel programs from scratch including at Alfresco, where he was GM of Americas and responsible for all field operations, and at JBoss, which was later rolled into the Red Hat channel program.
Jose Morales

Jose Morales

Head of Field Operations, Atlassian
Jose is the Head of Global Field Operations at Atlassian which includes sales, partner programs (solutions and marketplace), customer service, field services teams (solutions architects, Technical Account Management, and training), and the broader sales operations organizations. Prior to dedicating his time to Field Operations, Jose ran Corporate Development at Atlassian for several years. Before joining Atlassian in 2011, Jose served as Vice President of Business Development at Jaspersoft and also held leadership positions in business development, sales, marketing, and finance at R4 Gobal Solutions (acquired by Verisign), Mercator (acquired by Ascential and subsequently IBM), Epiphany, Niku, and PeopleSoft.
Cameron Deatsch

Cameron Deatsch

Chief Revenue Officer, Atlassian
Cameron is the Chief Revenue Officer at Atlassian. Cameron joined Atlassian in 2012 and has held a variety of roles including Head of Server Business, Head of Growth, and Head of Customer Advocates. Prior to joining Atlassian, Cameron worked in leadership positions at Jive Software and BEA. Cameron holds an MBA from the University of Montana and a degree in Electrical Engineering from UC Davis.
Philip Heijkoop

Philip Heijkoop

Lead Solutions Engineer, ALM Works

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Shana Rusonis

Shana Rusonis

Ecosystem Marketing Lead, Atlassian
Shana is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Jira Software at Atlassian, where she works on go-to-market and positioning for all self-managed versions of Jira (Server and Data Center). She has worked in technology her entire career, on everything from conferences to technology research and digital experimentation. She’s passionate about software products that drive transformational change and enable teams do their best work together.
Brendan McNamara

Brendan McNamara

Development Manager, Atlassian
Ada Chen is Product Marketing Manager for Confluence Server & Data Center at Atlassian. She is passionate about collaboration and helping teams work better together. Outside of work, you'll find Ada at the park with her dog or at her neighborhood yoga studio.
Aneita Yang

Aneita Yang

Product Manager, Atlassian
Aneita is a product manager on the Bitbucket team at Atlassian. Her current focus is on Bitbucket Pipelines and Deployments - tools to help teams achieve a faster feedback loop when building, testing and deploying. Prior to joining Bitbucket, Aneita worked on the Identity team. When she's not in the office, you can typically find her outdoors soaking up the sun or wandering aimlessly and exploring in new cities.
Jordan Mirchev

Jordan Mirchev

PMM, Atlassian
As a senior digital marketing manager and strategist I have solid experience leading marketing projects and driving growth across online and offline channels for brands and startups in both the consumer and B2B space. Full stack. In August 2016 Jordan was appointed to lead growth for Trello in Northern Europe. Previously, he spent years nurturing a strong network with some of the best agencies, startups and brands in London. There, he co-founded Secret Sauce Conference and Spain Startup Hub, two entrepreneurial platforms to spread and exchange knowledge to skyrocket your business.
Brian Keough

Brian Keough

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Atlassian
Brian Keough is Product Marketing Manager for Crowd and Data Center Performance. He loves helping teams uncover ways to work more efficiently, so they put their attention towards what’s next. Both in and out of the office, you’ll find Brian doing his darndest to stay up with the latest in music or pampering his mini Australian Shepherd, Emmylou.
Jakub Kurcek

Jakub Kurcek

Senior Product Manager, Atlassian
Jakub combines 15 years of experience from design, development, security and agile product management. He is working as a Senior Product Manager in Atlassian working with his teams on making Jira Server faster and even more powerful.
Rak Garg

Rak Garg

Product Manager, Atlassian
Rak Garg is Product Manager for Atlassian Access, and leads a few enterprise cloud initiatives at Atlassian. Rak is passionate about all things collaboration and cloud security, and can be found reading or playing with his dog.
Dominic Price

Dominic Price

Futurist, Atlassian
77年の厳しいマンチェスターの冬にジョイに生まれたドミニクは、ヨーロッパ、米国、およびアジア・パシフィックを通じて広いキャリアを持っています。 Domは、7つのグローバルR&Dセンターにまたがる責任を負っており、社内の「チームドクター」として、将来を見据えて、容赦なく効率的かつ効果的にアトラシアンがスケールする支援しています。 Domはチームプレイブックの立役者であり、何百回ものセッションを世界中のチームに実践してきました。 アトラシアン入社以前は、世界的なゲーム会社のGMプログラム管理者であり、デロイトのディレクターでした。現在は、ワーク・フューチャリストとして、最も知的なTシャツ集団であるアトラシアンで働いているを誇りに思っています。 ドムは熱心な旅行者であり、これまでに50か国以上を旅してきましたが、これらの海岸で15年を過ごした後、オーストラリアを故郷としています。

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