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- Best Practices to Give Your Users the Perfect Start
Kelly Snow, Lead UX designer, Atlassian
- How to Get Design Feedback Not Opinions
Lucy Denton, UX Designer, Atlassian
- Data Privacy, GDPR, and Beyond: What Does It Mean for Atlassian Developers?
Erika Fisher, Head of Privacy, Atlassian
- Builds Are Code, Too: Delightful, Debuggable Builds and Deployments
James Hazelwood, Senior Developer, Atlassian
- Design: How to Find Out If Your Design Is Good
Maarten Arts, Designer, Avisi
- Case Study: Interrogate Product Analytics to Build More Retentive Products
Nick Muldoon, Product Manager, Easy Agile
- Think Outside the Cereal Box; Marketing Creatively to Succeed in the Marketplace
Roberto Dominguez, Founder & CEO, Comalatech
- Choosing Wisely When Extending Atlassian Products
Ralph Whitbeck, Developer Advocate, Atlassian
- Using the UX Scorecard to Improve Your App
Lori Kaplan, Head of Design, Migrations, Atlassian
- Atlassian Technology Radar: Important Trends to Keep an Eye On
Diogo Lucas, Software Architect, Atlassian
- Writing Great Docs for Your App: Top Tips for All
Becky Todd, Senior Developer Experience Writer, Atlassian
- I Developed an App and OMG, Now I’m Running a Company!
Stefan Kleineikenscheidt, Co-Founder & CEO, K15t Software
- Planning Your Apps for Real-World Scale
John Paz, Senior Technical Writer, Bitbucket Cloud, Atlassian
- Getting Git Right
Ian Buchanan, Developer Partisan, Atlassian
Best Practices to Give Your Users the Perfect Start
Customers should be able to install and configure apps quickly and easily so they can evaluate an app for purchase. Unfortunately, this experience is often fragmented or missing. Don't let poor end user onboarding get in the way of your business.
Join Kelly Snow as she shares the best practices you can use to start implementing a better onboarding experience today.
How to Get Design Feedback Not Opinions
Sparring is a structured way to get feedback from teammates, stakeholders, and peers. A good sparring session should delve into specific problem areas or questions, and aim to reach decisions that will take the project forward. Atlassian Ecosystem Designer, Lucy Denton will explain how we solicit design feedback from all disciplines at Atlassian.
Data Privacy, GDPR, and Beyond: What Does It Mean for Atlassian Developers?
Whether you're a small startup or a high growth company, if you build apps for the cloud, you handle data and the rules that apply to data can be overwhelming. The EU has led the charge with GDPR, introducing a new standard in data privacy laws. But this trend toward stronger data privacy laws is truly global - APEC, Canada and other parts of the world are not far behind the EU. Learn what this "new normal" in privacy laws means for the data you handle, how you develop in the cloud and how you can comply while keeping time and resources focused on what you do best: building awesome apps for end-users.
Builds Are Code, Too: Delightful, Debuggable Builds and Deployments
Builds and deployments shouldn't be an afterthought. James Hazelwood will share how to use Bamboo, Bitbucket Pipelines, and Docker to craft easy-to-debug, configuration-as-code build and deployment environments that will be a feather in your cap, not a thorn in your side.
Design: How to Find Out If Your Design Is Good
Not all teams have the luxury of working with a designer. When you’re working on the user interface of your app, you might have to take on the role of a designer. I’ve met a lot of developers that were in this situation and often heard this question:
“How do I know if my design is any good?”
This talk is about answering this question. It will contain examples, tips, and best practices to determine if a design is good or not. This is a pragmatic talk with content that anyone can apply.
Case Study: Interrogate Product Analytics to Build More Retentive Products
In this session, we will explore how one agile product team instrumented product analytics in a Marketplace app, then continually investigated user behavior to curate a users product onboarding experience.
Think Outside the Cereal Box; Marketing Creatively to Succeed in the Marketplace
The Atlassian Marketplace is more popular than ever, which means vendors need to find new ways to stand out from the pack. Your team needs to go beyond great code and learn how to properly market your product. Let us help you avoid the mistakes we made, and emulate our unique success.
Beyond just app branding, we will talk about how good marketing starts from a company's own story and grows from there. We'll ask the tough questions like "why do people order lame pens?", "do you even know who is buying your product?", and "why are we spending so much money on Summit sponsorships?". We will help companies of any size avoid making the same mistakes we did, and demonstrate how we took a good app and turned it into a powerhouse in the ecosystem thanks to a simple marketing strategy - think different, but always deliver value.
Choosing Wisely When Extending Atlassian Products
In this talk, Ralph Whitbeck will discuss the various options you have to build an app. We’ll show you what’s possible for Jira and Confluence. We’ll walk through how to extend the UI, use the REST APIs, and the differences between developing for Cloud and Server. By the end, you’ll have a better understanding of how to start your development journey and build a successful app.
Using the UX Scorecard to Improve Your App
The Ecosystem Design team developed the UX Scorecard to identify best practices for user experience and measure how apps rate on these factors. This talk will present the scorecard, explain the meaning of its elements, and share examples of how it works to improve app experience and adoption. You'll learn how to use the scorecard to evaluate your apps to determine where improvements will make a difference to users.
Atlassian Technology Radar: Important Trends to Keep an Eye On
What will software engineering look like in 2021?
What skills should we be focusing on, so we prepare for this bold new future?
At Atlassian, we address questions like this by running a Technology Radar exercise: part engineering, part flame war, we discuss engineering trends and where we believe they will be a couple of years in the future.
Join us for a freshly minted technology radar, focused on our Ecosystem, and hear from our engineering team!
Writing Great Docs for Your App: Top Tips for All
Knowing what to write about your app can be challenging. If you're just getting started, you may be asking questions like:
- Should I write a user guide?
- How many tutorials do I need?
- What tool should I use?
Or maybe you're asking this question:
- Do I even need documentation?
The answer to the last question is usually yes. In this talk, Becky Todd will guide you through how to plan and write docs for your app. We'll cover the docs you need to create and best practices for writing great documentation.
I Developed an App and OMG, Now I’m Running a Company!
K15t launched their first app in 2009 as a part-time venture. Since then, K15t has grown into a 50-person company that develops and maintains three of the Top-10 Confluence apps on the Atlassian Marketplace. In this session, co-founder Stefan Kleineikenscheidt will share K15t’s story, from major f%$#-ups to unexpected wins, including some practical advice for running a successful company in the Atlassian Ecosystem.
Planning Your Apps for Real-World Scale
Atlassian customers use products and apps in unexpected ways. Atlassian has user research that helps us understand these experiences and allows us to make deliberate design decisions to stay out of our users' way.
App developers sometimes don't use their own apps in the same way their users do, or not at their scale. As proof, we will share some stories about unusual customer setups. Including a 22-stage Jira workflow!
Even when you know there's a problem how do you begin to solve it? Users behave in such unexpected ways sometimes! John Paz will go over how Atlassian addresses this problem internally, and how app developers can better understand their users.
Getting Git Right
Whether you are using Git every day or just starting, there's likely some parts that still seem mysterious. Let's take a look at some of the Git internals together to better understand how Git works so that we can take better advantage of its features.