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Retro-Fitting Atlassian Products into a Code-Cowboy Research Culture

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At Australian research org NICTA, in the lab that produced the words first formally verified operating system kernel, many of the researches are serious hackers, with little experience with ...

At Australian research org NICTA, in the lab that produced the words first formally verified operating system kernel, many of the researches are serious hackers, with little experience with cutting-edge development tools. Come learn tactics for migration and adoption from home-grown and ill-used legacy systems and processes: driving Confluence adoption and migration using templates & landing pages, blogs for meeting notes, and how to motivate people to think about content structure; how to get JIRA working for people who never want to leave emacs or their mail client; and our use of the Atlassian product APIs.

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