Groom your backlog with Jira

Trivandrum
Jan. 10, 2019, 6 p.m.

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About this event

In this event there shall be discussions, debates, knowledge sharing and "thinking aloud" around the topic of "Product Backlog Grooming". It would be a formal gathering. Come in and join the herd for active insights on how leverage your Jira -plan and prioritise your backlog. The session will be conducted by Mr. Jithesh Pillai who is a senior QA Manager at Oracle.

About the Speaker:

Jithesh is having over 11+ yrs of experience in Quality Management .A proven track record of successfully driving significantly complex to simple products of various sizes at Oracle working across PeopleSoft,Fusion Applications and Taleo in functional capacities. Currently he owns the responsibility of Security Point of Contact (SPOC) for Oracle Talent Acquisition cloud, driving an enthusiastic team of Security QA .He also leads team driving the implementation of Taleo and LinkedIn Recruiter System Connect(RSC) Project ,seamless integration with market leader in cloud Recruiting space ,Taleo and LinkedIn.

Perks for those who show up: Loads of tech-bites plus snacks and refreshments to satisfy both your brain and belly.

Speaker

Groom your backlog with Jira

Jithesh Pillai

Sr. QA Manager - oracle

Over 11+ yrs of experience in Quality Management .A proven track record of successfully driving significantly complex to simple products of various sizes at Oracle working across PeopleSoft,Fusion Applications and Taleo in functional capacities.Currently took up the responsibility of Security Point of Contact (SPOC) for Oracle Talent Acquisition cloud driving an enthusiastic team of Security QA .

When

Jan. 10, 2019
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Where

Summit - Experion technologies
4th Floor Thejaswini Building, Technopark Trivandrum, 695518

Group Leaders

Manjith M Pillai

Manjith M Pillai

Atlassian User Group Leader
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Nithin Balachandran

Nithin Balachandran

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