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- Atlas Camp Keynote
- Exciting New Features for Bitbucket Cloud Apps
Ian Dick, Developer, Atlassian
- What's New in Jira Cloud for Developers
Rutger Coolen, Group Product Manager, Atlassian
- Atlassian Cloud, Meet Privacy
Jason Hinch, Identity Architect, Atlassian
- Think Outside the Cereal Box; Marketing Creatively to Succeed in the Marketplace
Roberto Dominguez, Founder & CEO, Comalatech
- I Developed an App and OMG, Now I’m Running a Company!
Stefan Kleineikenscheidt, Co-Founder & CEO, K15t Software
- Design: How to Find Out If Your Design Is Good
Maarten Arts, Designer, Avisi
- Fast, Performant and High-Quality Frontend App Development for Jira Server
- AUI 7 or Atlaskit? Why not both!
- Securing Your App in the Cloud
Kane Narraway, Corporate Security Engineer, Atlassian
Atlas Camp Keynote
Learn more about what’s new for developers building apps with Atlassian’s platform from Chief Technology Officer, Sri Viswanath, plus other Atlassians who will share where Atlassian’s technology is heading next.
Exciting New Features for Bitbucket Cloud Apps
The Bitbucket Cloud team has been working hard to improve the Bitbucket Connect ecosystem platform. In this talk, Ian Dick will illustrate what's now possible when developing Bitbucket Connect apps. We'll explore the APIs available, best practice development techniques, and illustrate the ways to leverage these technologies through the way of examples.
What's New in Jira Cloud for Developers
Join us to learn more about the exciting new changes that are happening in Jira Cloud. Learn how you can use these changes to deliver new functionality and better privacy protection for Jira Software, Service Desk, and Core users.
Atlassian Cloud, Meet Privacy
GDPR changed how people think about privacy. With it brings a number of challenges for products built around collaboration. Atlassian has taken some great steps forward for privacy. We are now taking it to the next level by fundamentally changing our identity model to create a world-class, modern collaboration platform with privacy at its core. This talk will take you through this new model and what it means for products and their ecosystem.
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.
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.
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.
Fast, Performant and High-Quality Frontend App Development for Jira Server
The status quo of frontend app development for Jira Server products is upsetting. A year ago we promised a better future.
We are happy to announce the Atlassian Web Resource Webpack Plugin that now powers a big part of the frontend Jira Server stack, including Jira Service Desk Server, parts of Jira Core Server, Jira Server development integrations, and more to come. In this session, you'll learn how to get started using the Webpack plugin, deep dive into the various ways this dramatically improves the frontend development experience in P2, and how its use helps bring development between server and cloud apps closer together.
AUI 7 or Atlaskit? Why not both!
Learn how applying principles from microservices, and using React with the modular architecture of Atlaskit make it easy to get the power of the best tools today without sacrificing the delivery of customer value, or attempting the dreaded "re-write". This is a real story about how making pragmatic technology choices helped me go from working a job to growing a successful Marketplace business – mistakes and regrets included!
Together we'll explore how we've evolved our front-end originally built for Cloud on AUI 5, to a shared front end for Server and Cloud leveraging both AUI 7 and AtlasKit. And yes, we'll also cover the buzzwords... #babel #webpack #react #redux #atlaskit #aui7 #jest #prettifier #eslint #flow #typescript #pipelines.
Securing Your App in the Cloud
Most Atlassian apps started their life on-premise and were safe behind the corporate firewall, out of sight from the developers who created them. Now with Atlassian Connect, there are new challenges for developers to consider such as keeping infrastructure secure, code safe from vulnerabilities, and eventually pursuing certifications. At this talk you will learn:
The things you can implement to improve security in your organization
Common security pitfalls when developing apps
Look into the future of Marketplace security.e security