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An overview of the Atlassian community in the UK and how the UK ambassador is working to support the growth of that community.

An overview of the Atlassian community in the UK and how the UK ambassador is working to support the growth of that community.

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  • Welcome to Unite, I hope you are enjoying the day so far...\n
  • We want to share our experience of our move to DVCS\n- talking about why we did it, \n- how we did it and \n- what benefits we got from it.\n\n[Quick slide to make sure people are settled and know what they are about to hear]\n
  • \n“Atlassian loves the community. We believe that a great community already exists around Atlassian and we want that community to grow even further. \n\nI’d like to celebrate everyone involved and encourage everyone else to get involved.”\n\n\n\n
  • Community is happening everywhere, its become an important part of our working lives - just as it is already an important part of our lives outside of work.\n
  • Software developers who are passionate about their work produce better software systems and take a greater responsibility for how their software is perceived by those who use it.\n\nWith a community to support them, a passionate developer can learn quickly the implications of new practices and technologies and understand how they benefit their company.\n\nCommunity involvement keeps nerds discovering, which makes them happy!\n
  • The community is everyone that is involved with Atlassian in any respect. \n\nThere are lots of aspect to that community.\n\n[This slide is just a quick title to inform people the thread of the next few slides - you can just ask the question]\n\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • [Add pictures of AUG leaders to maps]\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • London\nReading\nBath-Bristol\nYour county, city, county, company\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • London\nReading\nBath-Bristol\nYour county, city, county, company\n\nOne of our largest customers in the UK has thousands of people using our tools everyday, so we encouraged them to run their own internal community - to help them understand the value of the way the do things and how they can communicate with each other effectively.\n\n\n
  • Great for organising event and for leaders to get a better understanding of the popularity of the event.\n
  • Great for organising event and for leaders to get a better understanding of the popularity of the event.\n
  • Facebook has a really strange web page address, so just search for it on www.facebook.com\n\n\n
  • Facebook has a really strange web page address, so just search for it on www.facebook.com\n\n\n
  • Encouraging customers to come to events like London Unite and Adaptavist events that run twice a year.\n\nGiving a voice to our customers to an audience of their peers, at live events, as guests on our blogs. \n\nWe are working with our experts in the hope of make it easy for customers to get involved with the Atlassian community , both locally and world wide. Be this simple interviews or more detailed case studies, we want to help you to share your stories, because we feel they are valuable and important to everyone in the community.\n\n \n
  • Encouraging customers to come to events like London Unite and Adaptavist events that run twice a year.\n\nGiving a voice to our customers to an audience of their peers, at live events, as guests on our blogs. \n\nWe are working with our experts in the hope of make it easy for customers to get involved with the Atlassian community , both locally and world wide. Be this simple interviews or more detailed case studies, we want to help you to share your stories, because we feel they are valuable and important to everyone in the community.\n\n \n
  • [add images of the ambassadors, pick some amusing ones as well as a serious one so people can recognise us]\n\n\n
  • [add images of the ambassadors, pick some amusing ones as well as a serious one so people can recognise us]\n\n\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Everyone here is out community. You are the most important aspect of the Atlassian community and without you the community does not exist.\n
  • Whilst most Atlassians are in Sydney or San Francisco, there are many other people around the world and at a company we like to send our people out to the communities for some face-time and get great feedback.\n\nWe have had developers in front of the London community, talking about the challenges they faces, the developer practices that occur and getting great feedback to take back to our offices.\n
  • Atlassian wanted to give the communities around the world a boost, so have introduced Ambassadors around Europe and Japan\n\n\n
  • [Serious and crazy pictures of the ambassadors]\n\nWe are a very serious bunch, serious about getting people to have some fun. \n\nWorking in IT can be demanding, challenging, stressful, crazy making and the most engaging industry to be in. Other industries and businesses are no different to IT in this respect. If we can reach out to these people and raise there goals and talk about opportunities to deliver real value whist enjoying every minute of work then are jobs are done.\n\nWe are very serious about reaching out to people \n
  • [Serious and crazy pictures of the ambassadors]\n\nWe are a very serious bunch, serious about getting people to have some fun. \n\nWorking in IT can be demanding, challenging, stressful, crazy making and the most engaging industry to be in. Other industries and businesses are no different to IT in this respect. If we can reach out to these people and raise there goals and talk about opportunities to deliver real value whist enjoying every minute of work then are jobs are done.\n\nWe are very serious about reaching out to people \n
  • [Serious and crazy pictures of the ambassadors]\n\nWe are a very serious bunch, serious about getting people to have some fun. \n\nWorking in IT can be demanding, challenging, stressful, crazy making and the most engaging industry to be in. Other industries and businesses are no different to IT in this respect. If we can reach out to these people and raise there goals and talk about opportunities to deliver real value whist enjoying every minute of work then are jobs are done.\n\nWe are very serious about reaching out to people \n
  • [Serious and crazy pictures of the ambassadors]\n\nWe are a very serious bunch, serious about getting people to have some fun. \n\nWorking in IT can be demanding, challenging, stressful, crazy making and the most engaging industry to be in. Other industries and businesses are no different to IT in this respect. If we can reach out to these people and raise there goals and talk about opportunities to deliver real value whist enjoying every minute of work then are jobs are done.\n\nWe are very serious about reaching out to people \n
  • [Serious and crazy pictures of the ambassadors]\n\nWe are a very serious bunch, serious about getting people to have some fun. \n\nWorking in IT can be demanding, challenging, stressful, crazy making and the most engaging industry to be in. Other industries and businesses are no different to IT in this respect. If we can reach out to these people and raise there goals and talk about opportunities to deliver real value whist enjoying every minute of work then are jobs are done.\n\nWe are very serious about reaching out to people \n
  • [Serious and crazy pictures of the ambassadors]\n\nWe are a very serious bunch, serious about getting people to have some fun. \n\nWorking in IT can be demanding, challenging, stressful, crazy making and the most engaging industry to be in. Other industries and businesses are no different to IT in this respect. If we can reach out to these people and raise there goals and talk about opportunities to deliver real value whist enjoying every minute of work then are jobs are done.\n\nWe are very serious about reaching out to people \n
  • [Serious and crazy pictures of the ambassadors]\n\nWe are a very serious bunch, serious about getting people to have some fun. \n\nWorking in IT can be demanding, challenging, stressful, crazy making and the most engaging industry to be in. Other industries and businesses are no different to IT in this respect. If we can reach out to these people and raise there goals and talk about opportunities to deliver real value whist enjoying every minute of work then are jobs are done.\n\nWe are very serious about reaching out to people \n
  • [Serious and crazy pictures of the ambassadors]\n\nWe are a very serious bunch, serious about getting people to have some fun. \n\nWorking in IT can be demanding, challenging, stressful, crazy making and the most engaging industry to be in. Other industries and businesses are no different to IT in this respect. If we can reach out to these people and raise there goals and talk about opportunities to deliver real value whist enjoying every minute of work then are jobs are done.\n\nWe are very serious about reaching out to people \n
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  • Whilst most Atlassians are in Sydney or San Francisco, there are many other people around the world and at a company we like to send our people out to the communities for some face-time and get great feedback.\n\nWe have had developers in front of the London community, talking about the challenges they faces, the developer practices that occur and getting great feedback to take back to our offices.\n
  • \n
  • [Ambassadors add their own characteristics here, demonstrate thought leadership in several areas]\n\nAdd link to blog\n
  • [Ambassadors add their own characteristics here, demonstrate thought leadership in several areas]\n\nAdd link to blog\n
  • Ambassadors are also helping out with recruiting developers for Atlassian\n
  • Ambassadors are also helping out with recruiting developers for Atlassian\n
  • Ambassadors are also helping out with recruiting developers for Atlassian\n
  • Ambassadors are also helping out with recruiting developers for Atlassian\n
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  • Codeguiest\nUltimate wallboard\n...\n
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  • Atlassian have a great online community that help each other answer the challenges they face and help each other get the most out of the tools they use.\n\nLots of community members get a real feeling of satisfaction from helping others solve the challenges they have already solved. Given the opportunity, people get a real buzz from helping others and with Atlassian Answers we have a great, user friendly tool.\n\nFor our experts we have experts.atlassian.com\n\n\n
  • Atlassian have a great online community that help each other answer the challenges they face and help each other get the most out of the tools they use.\n\nLots of community members get a real feeling of satisfaction from helping others solve the challenges they have already solved. Given the opportunity, people get a real buzz from helping others and with Atlassian Answers we have a great, user friendly tool.\n\nFor our experts we have experts.atlassian.com\n\n\n
  • Atlassian have a great online community that help each other answer the challenges they face and help each other get the most out of the tools they use.\n\nLots of community members get a real feeling of satisfaction from helping others solve the challenges they have already solved. Given the opportunity, people get a real buzz from helping others and with Atlassian Answers we have a great, user friendly tool.\n\nFor our experts we have experts.atlassian.com\n\n\n
  • [A very quick wrap up, just to get people to sign up to the meetup.com website]\n\n
  • [A very quick wrap up, just to get people to sign up to the meetup.com website]\n\n
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Building the Atlassian Community in the UK Building the Atlassian Community in the UK Presentation Transcript

  • UK Atlassian Community How we are extending the community across the UKJohn Stevenson, UK Ambassador, Atlassian 2
  • Community
  • “ Community is one of the most important aspect to the modern developers career ” @jr0cket - Community Developer View slide
  • What is the Atlassian Community? View slide
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • People
  • Atlassian User Groups
  • Atlassian User GroupsBristol & Bath
  • Atlassian User GroupsBristol & Bath Reading
  • Atlassian User GroupsBristol & Bath London Reading
  • Atlassian User Groups Start an Atlassian User Group in your area !Bristol & Bath London Reading
  • confluence.atlassian.com/display/AUG
  • meetup.com/uk-atlassian-community
  • search for:UK Atlassian user group
  • Customers
  • Customers 1,500 + customers in the UK & growing
  • Experts in the community• Adaptavist• Clearvision• Equion• SourceSense• Spartez... and many more
  • Experts in the community• Adaptavist• Clearvision• Equion• SourceSense• Spartez... and many more
  • London APE
  • London APE www.youtube.com/user/LondonAUG Next London APE - September 2012
  • Atlassian people
  • Atlassian people
  • Giving the community a boost
  • Giving the community a boost
  • The Ambassadors
  • The Ambassadors
  • Events• JAX London • PyCon Ireland• London Java Community • Devoxx (Belgium) Conference • W-JAX (Germany)• Agile Cambridge • Lean Kanban Europe• XP Days (Germany)• Agile on the beach
  • Events• JAX London • PyCon Ireland• London Java Community • Devoxx (Belgium) Conference • W-JAX (Germany)• Agile Cambridge • Lean Kanban Europe• XP Days (Germany)• Agile on the beach QCon London
  • Events• JAX London • PyCon Ireland• London Java Community • Devoxx (Belgium) Conference • W-JAX (Germany)• Agile Cambridge • Lean Kanban Europe• XP Days (Germany)• Agile on the beach QCon London DiBiConference.com
  • Local view on products• Translations• Relating changes to local audience• Discussing new features with local community• Supporting AUG’s
  • Local view on products• Translations• Relating changes to local audience• Discussing new features with local community• Supporting AUG’s
  • Thought leadership• Clojure functional programming• Organisational culture• Lean & systems thinking approach• lean startups• Open Source
  • Thought leadership• Clojure functional programming• Organisational culture• Lean & systems thinking approach• lean startups• Open Source blog.jr0cket.co.uk @jr0cket
  • Local recruitment
  • Local recruitment
  • Competitions
  • Competitions
  • Competitions
  • Competitions Helping the community get involved
  • Worldwide Community help
  • Worldwide Community help
  • Wrap up• A great community in the UK• Learn more and have fun by getting involved
  • Wrap up• A great community in the UK• Learn more and have fun by getting involved
  • Thank youblog.jr0cket.co.uk @jr0cket
  • Thank youconfluence.atlassian.com/display/AUGmeetup.com/uk-atlassian-community blog.jr0cket.co.uk @jr0cket